Last week we told you about a unique drone with a 4K-camera Hover 2, which is designed for shooting selfies and is able to carry out high-quality video in several modes. Today’s article is devoted to a transforming laptop with a touchscreen called Falcon, the main “chips” of which are compactness, the ability to work in tablet mode, and good autonomy.
About the project
Falcon is a unique ultra-compact transformer notebook, equipped with a 4-core Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor, 8 GB of RAM, a touch screen and a stylus.
Falcon is able to work both as a laptop and as a tablet. The device is equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen IPS-display with Full HD-resolution (1920 × 1080 pixels). The screen supports up to 10 simultaneous keystrokes and rotates freely all 360 degrees relative to the keyboard unit.
It is worth noting that Falcon has far from “gaming” performance. Nevertheless, the capabilities of the Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor and 8 GB of RAM are enough to run office applications and not very “hard” games, as well as surf the web and watch videos. Depending on the modification, the laptop can be equipped with an SSD-drive with a capacity of 128 or 256 GB.
To cool the Falcon an active system is used, thanks to which the laptop is practically not heated. On a single charge, the device can last up to 8 hours, and the operating system uses the Windows 10 Home and Ubuntu platforms.
The package also includes a stylus that supports 1024 levels of sensitivity when pressed.
On the case of the Falcon laptop there are: USB Type-C and USB-A ports, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and an HDMI interface. The keyboard of the device is equipped with a backlight, there are also built-in wireless modules Wi-Fi ac / a / b / g / n and Bluetooth 4.1.
This ultra-compact notebook has dimensions of 200 × 130 × 20 mm and weighs only 650 g. Until the end of the campaign on the Kickstarter platform, the Falcon convertible laptop can be purchased for $ 399.
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