- Sleek, versatile, modern & powerful
- Large 13Ã¢â¬Â rotatable touchscreen display
- Perfect blend of notebook and tablet
- Lasts for 8 hours on a single charge
- 2.5GHz Intel Quad-Core processor & 4GB RAM
The first portable computer that resembled laptops today came out in 1982, the GRID Compass. It was not widely used. The first successful laptop computer was the Japanese Kyocera Kyotronic 85, introduced in 1983. Laptop computers were not IBM compatible until 1986.
Slim, Stylish, Sophisticated
We know you prefer to travel light, and so it gets hard to decide whether to take your laptop or tablet along. FlexiBook is the perfect blend of a powerful laptop, a handy tablet, and a convertible media stationÃ¢â¬âall in one device. The meticulously crafted aluminum body is not only elegant but also built to withstand daily wear and tear.
360ÃÂ° of Freedom
Bend it. flip it. fold it. No matter which way you choose to use FlexiBook, it has been designed to amaze from any angle. The large 13Ã¢â¬Â 360-degree rotatable display features a IPS capacitive touch screen. Type, touch, or simply, or use it as a traditional laptop; or when you want to take a break, flip the screen to watch a movie or play a gameÃ¢â¬âFlexiBook has been designed for people on the move.
Built for All-Day People
Back-to-back presentations? Constantly on-the-move? FlexiBook has been built to smoothly execute your daily computing needs, without having you worry about battery or power. The built-in 5,000mAh rechargeable battery last for 8 hours on a single charge to suit your on-the-go lifestyle.
Incredibly Fast, Yet Surprisingly Silent
With an Intel 2.5GHz Quad-Core processor at its heart, 2MB L2 cache, 4GB of DDR3L RAM, and Intel HD Graphics, FlexiBook is designed to handle whatever you throw at itÃ¢â¬âbe it typing documents, developing spreadsheets and presentations, or editing photos and videos.