The Chinese are trying to return to netbooks its former glory and popularity

It would seem that with the advent of tablets on the market,smartphones and ultrabooks such a form factor as netbooks will forever disappear from store shelves. However, Chinese engineers from Magic Bem made an attempt to regain the popularity of small-sized computers by saturating them with high-tech modern components. The company introduced a new netbook under the brand name Mag1 with the assurance that the small size will not prevent the computer from competing in performance with the "senior comrades".

Mag1 model got 8.9 inch toucha monitor (2560x1600) with an aspect ratio of 16 to 10. The overall dimensions of the netbook are 20.7 x 14.6 x 1.8 centimeters, which almost completely corresponds to the size of the A5 format. The mass of the computer is 700 grams. There is a fairly diverse set of connectors: USB Type-C, USB-A 3.0, card reader for microSD, 3.5 mm jack and micro-HDMI.

The hardware of the netbook runs on the processorIntel Core M3-8100Y using 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB SSD. The motherboard has an M.2 connector, which allows you to expand the volume of the drive. Security is ensured by the presence of a fingerprint scanner. The keyboard is equipped with soft backlight.

Autonomous work is provided by rechargeable30 Ah battery, allowing you to work without recharging for 7 hours. Support for Power Delivery Technology. Provides fast charging using the USB Type-C connector. In China, the price of the device is 790 dollars.

Source: techradar