Lenovo has made a Nintendo Switch-like smaller than expected PC that can change into a handheld gaming console.
The model is known as the Lavie Mini, and it and comes from a joint endeavor among Lenovo and Japan’s NEC Corporation. The item resembles an outdated netbook with a 8-inch screen. Notwithstanding, it’s additionally a PC convertible, which means you can flip it into a touch-screen tablet, because of a 360-degree hinge.
In tablet mode, you can connect a optional gaming regulator and transform the Lavie Mini into a handheld comfort for PC games. “The controller comes with all the functions you’d expect and in a familiar gaming layout, including immersive vibrations, left/right trigger buttons, and analog thumbsticks,” Lenovo said.
In spite of the fact that the PC is little, the item packs some force. The model can be arranged with up to Intel’s eleventh era Core i7 mobile processor, which contains an underlying GPU through the Iris Xe illustrations.
The equipment has additionally been equipped with an infrared camera to empower Windows Hello, 16GB of RAM, up to 256GB of SSD stockpiling, and a Wi-Fi 6 modem.
Also, the Lavie Mini highlights a 1,920-by-1,200 WUXGA board and a HDMI port. The item itself comes in at 1.28 pounds, which is about twofold the heaviness of a Nintendo Switch without the Joy-Con controllers attached.
There’s no word on if the Lavie Mini will actually turn into a real item. However, we anticipate that the company should show it off during the next week’s CES. Stay tuned for our coverage.
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