Climb launched its first notebook product, equipped with Intel quad-core processor

Recently, Climb launched a MaxBook P1 notebook product. This is the first notebook product of Climb. It is equipped with an Intel quad-core processor, an aluminum-magnesium alloy body with a 15.6-inch large screen, and the 8GB+256GB version has a starting price of only 1899 yuan (USD $271) .

According to reports, the climbing MaxBook P1 notebook uses a thin and light metal body, equipped with a 15.6-inch IPS screen, 1080P resolution, the surface is covered with a tempered glass cover, and a 200W pixel camera above the screen. The C side of the fuselage is equipped with a narrow-frame keyboard and a large-size touchpad, with a thickness of 16.9mm.

In terms of hardware configuration, MaxBook P1 is equipped with Intel J4105 processor, four cores and four threads, acceleration frequency can reach 2.5GHz, and integrated UHD600 core display. It is also equipped with 8GB memory and 256GB SSD solid state, and a large-capacity battery is added to provide more than 10 hours of video playback battery life.

In addition, the MaxBook P1 body also provides two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, Micro SD card slot, 3.5mm audio port, etc., supports dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 5.1, pre-installed Windows 10 operating system.