Nokia decided to expand its activity away from smart phones, as in addition to revealing a group of phones in the recent period, its activity in the electronics market began to expand, when it announced its laptop.
The (Purebook X14) computer comes with an elegant and thin body made of plastic, weighing (1.4) kg, and equipped with a (14) inch IPS screen with a resolution of (1080p), its edges are designed to be thin so that the screen covers most of the front-end area of the device, as well as a keyboard Equipped with interior lighting, according to (Russia Today).
The new performance of this device includes a new eleventh-generation Intel Core i5 processor, (8) and (16) GB RAM, an internal storage disk (NVMe SSD) with a capacity of (512) GB, and an (Iris Xe) graphics processor. .
Nokia also equipped its computer with USB-C ports, USB-A 3.0 ports, HDMI port to connect it with screens and other electronic devices, microSD port for external memory cards, as well as a port for direct connection to networks, and a port (3.5). mm for headphones.
It is assumed that sales of this computer will start in the Indian markets at the beginning of October at a price of about (770) dollars, to reach other global markets at the end of this year.