- Tram Ho
It turns out that Apple’s hatred of laptop ports is still too mild compared to a recent Craob laptop design, the Craob X. If Apple still left some ports on its MacBook myself, the Craob X completely removed them, even the charging port.
Instead, this laptop uses wireless charging to charge its laptop battery. In addition to attaching a magnet for faster charging, this wireless charging dock also acts like a PortsHub, when integrating other connectivity ports, including USB-A, USB-C, Thunderbolt port, headphone jack, slot SD card plug and many other connections.
This design helps users maintain the necessary connections while still enjoying the convenience of wireless connectivity and the unparalleled mobility of a thin and light laptop.
The trade-off for this completely portless design is a desirable thickness for any computing device, at just 7mm, significantly thinner than the MacBook Air’s 16mm thickness. Along with a thickness that is thinner than many phones is the world’s lightest laptop today, just over 800 g, while Apple’s laptop weighs 1.3 kg. Even the lightest version of the LG Gram laptop is heavier at 999g.
The completely portless design and unparalleled thickness of the Craob X have somewhat overshadowed its specs.
Behind this impressive design is a 13.3-inch 4K UHD screen, ultra-thin bezels and a punch-hole camera. The heart of the machine is a 12th generation Intel Core i7-1280P CPU, along with it 32GB of DDR5 RAM, a 2TB NVMe SSD and Intel Wifi 6E connectivity.
However, there is currently no other official information about this laptop except for information on the website and some promotional photos. There is also no information about the price and launch time of this particular laptop.
Refer to Wccftech
Source : Genk