After successfully leading the smartphone sales, Realme is diving into the new realm of laptops with its new Realme Book (or Book Slim), the first-ever laptop from the firm. It’s a slim and light 14-inch ultrabook that comes with 11th gen Intel processors, Windows 10, and an elongated battery life of up to 11-hours on a single charge.
Despite its first attempt, Realme has left no stone unturned in terms of design — the laptop offers a premium all-metallic finish in blue and grey color options.
The display outputs 2160 x 1440 pixel resolution and has a 3:2 aspect ratio with Gorilla Glass protection. The display’s brightness maxes out at 400 nits, and courtesy of its taller aspect ratio you get more space to fit vertical content on the screen which should come in handy while browsing the web.
At the helm is Intel’s 11th gen Core i3 and Core i5 processors coupled up with Iris XE integrated graphics. And to cool it down there’s a dual-fan cooling solution. It has 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 512GB of PCIe SSD storage.
In terms of port, there’s a Type-C USB 3, Type-C USB with Thunderbolt 4 port, a Type-A USB 3, and a headphone jack. The laptop also has Wi-Fi 6 support and brings stereo speakers enhanced by Harman Kardon.
The laptop carries a 54Wh cell claimed to last up to 11-hours, however, if in case you need to fill it, there’s a 65W charger (0-50% in just 30 minutes) that runs via USB-C port. It also supports Realme’s own 30W Dart Charge solutions for phones if in case you want to use just one charger for your phone and laptop.
Realme Book Slim Price and Availability
The Realme Book Slim goes for a starting price of INR 46,999 in India (around NPR 80,000 in Nepal) for the Intel Core i3 model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. For the Core i5 variant with 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage, it’ll cost INR 59,999 (around NPR 100,000 in Nepal).
Sales begin from August 30, though we are yet to know if the Realme Book Slim is launching in Nepal or not.