Recently, NEC Japan’s Lenovo (a computer company jointly invested by NEC and Lenovo) has launched a small notebook computer-NEC Lavie Mini. This computer is very interesting. Not only is it small, but it can also “change” a game console in seconds.
NEC Lavie Mini is a two-in-one notebook computer. In order to realize the “Mini”, the overall design is more compact. In terms of appearance, NEC Lavie Mini looks like an antique machine, with big black edges, a retro keyboard, and so on. The keyboard uses a round cap design, and the key travel is also very small.
The front is equipped with an 8-inch full HD touch screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 and supports a stylus. NEC Lavie Mini also supports keyboard disassembly. If you just want to use it as a tablet, you can just disassemble the keyboard.
In terms of configuration, NEC Lavie Mini is equipped with Intel’s 11th-generation Core ultra-low voltage processor i7-1180G7. The processor is a quad-core processor with a base frequency of 2.2GHz and a turbo frequency of up to 4.6GHz, which has good performance. In addition, NEC Lavie Mini is also equipped with 16GB LPDDR4X dual-channel memory and 256GB SSD, using Xe core graphics.
Because NEC Lavie Mini is equipped with a USB Type-C interface on both sides of the computer, with the two handle accessories returned by the official, it can be changed into a game console in seconds. The advantage of this is that you can play the game without using additional handles, but the control performance has yet to be tested.
At present, NEC Lavie Mini is only a concept stage, and the specific price and time to market are currently unknown.