The PrimeBook Circular is a notebook that adopts a modular design to make hardware upgrades easy and simple. This represents an important advantage for any user, and allows you to offer a long service lifewhich means that it will be easier to amortize our investment in this equipment.
The screen of the PrimeBook Circular is IPS type, has a size of 13.9 inches and a resolution of 3,000 x 2,000 pixels, which means that it is designed to work. Its chassis is made of anodized aluminum, integrates a touch pad protected by glass and has biometric authentication through fingerprint and infrared facial recognition. Its weight is only 1.36 kilograms, which makes it a full-fledged ultralight.
The brain of the PrimeBook Circular will be an Intel Core Gen11 processor, that is, a Tiger Lake chip, although we can choose between three different configurations that we show you below:
- Intel Celeron 6305, 4 GB RAM, integrated Intel UHD graphics GPU and Intel AX201 network card.
- Intel Core i5-1135G, 8 GB RAM, integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics GPU and Intel AX201 network card.
- Intel Core i7-1165G7, 16 GB RAM, integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics GPU and Intel AX201 network card.
Both the processor and the RAM memory and the network card will come integrated in the same module, so to update the Circular PrimeBook and give it a new life we will only have to change said module. It is an interesting approach, but it has a negative side, and that is that if we buy, for example, the version with Intel Celeron 6305 we will not be able to expand only the RAM memory, since it will be soldered.
Otherwise, the PrimeBook Circular will come with a M.2 SSD slotIt will have HDMI 2.0b connectors and outputs, Mini DisplayPort 1.4a, Thunderbolt 4, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, 3.5mm audio jack and Gigabit Ethernet connector, and will have a 3-year warranty. We do not yet know the exact price of the PrimeBook Circular.