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Teso K116 Ultrabook Price & Review
With so many gadgets being introduced in midst in technological advancements, there are manufacturers who trying to do innovative things. From designing sleek and slim ultrabooks to adding multiple features, the manufacturers are doing nearly everything to woo the customers. Where tablet computers have become common, we are seeing laptops going through a slimming regime and become more quicker, fitter, and slimmer.
We are talking about ultrabooks. This form of laptops is slowly making its way into the computer world. Actually, ultrabooks fill a niche space that lies between keyboard-less tablet computers and heavy-and-difficult-to-carry laptops. With advancing technology, laptops are taking shape of ultrabooks that are far more easy to carry and are far quicker and lighter than their predecessors (laptops).
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Very recently, Teso introduced an ultrabook, which it named K116. The computing device is somewhat similar to Asus Transformer series featuring a detachable keyboard dock. With this form and make of ultrabook, Teso wants to capture another wide market where people want a detachable keyboard with their ultrabooks. Let us have a look at some of the features of Teso K116 Ultrabook.
Features of Teso K116 Ultrabook
As already mentioned, it is one of the ultrabooks that would remind you of Transformer series from Asus. The ultrabook features a detachable keyboard dock, which would render the already-slim device, slimmer. The device is actually touted as a hybrid that has a beautiful design with total metal finish. Teso has been successful in keeping the weight of this device pretty low.
Core and Capacity
According to the available information, the hybrid ultrabook will feature Ivy Bridge and would be running on X86 platform. No clock speeds of the processor are available at present.
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Also, there are no clear-cut configurations available for this device, but it is believed to be shipped in different models with either 1 GB, 2 GB, or even 4 GB of RAM depending upon the model. Furthermore, it is anticipated to be available in 16 GB to 128 GB SSD storage versions.
Screen and Display
Teso K116 ultrabook will feature an 11.6-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The touchscreen is provided to support the Windows 8. However, it is believed that the device will be shipped with Windows current version, but will also support the touch-friendly next version (Windows 8).
Other features that are expected to be present in this device are Wi-Fi-N, Bluetooth 4.0, optional 3G, NFC, card reader, a fingerprint reader, and a 1.3-megapixel web camera. The keyboard dock is anticipated to have USB 3.0 port along with Ethernet and 3.5 mm audio jack port.
Price and Availability of Teso K116 Ultrabook
As of now, there is no information available regarding shipping of this device, but we strongly anticipate it to arrive later this year. For the price, it would depend on its configuration and is expected to cost anywhere between $400 to $600 for bulk orders (in 1000s). The cost to final customer, however, can range anywhere from $800 to $1,000, depending upon the configuration.