The first convertible notebook featuring the Intel Gemini Lake has shown up at HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017. The notebook runs Window 10 and comes with a stylus and support for Windows Ink. The Intel roadmap suggested that we would be getting Intel Gemini Lake CPUs before the end of the year and it seems that we are getting our first look at Intel Gemini Lake powered devices.
The notebook does not have any kind of branding but it does feature the Celeron N4000 which has a TDP of 6W and features 2 cores. The laptop comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. If the CPU did not give it away then the storage will tell you that this is an entry-level notebook. The notebook has slim bezels and the screen can be rotated 360 degrees.
The display is Full HD and the laptop comes with a fingerprint scanner which can be used with Windows Hello. The laptop also features USB 3.0 and USB Type-C ports along with a microSD card slot. This model did not come with LTE support but it is expected that there will be an LTE version as well.
The notebook should make it to the market in the upcoming months so stay tuned for more information regarding Intel Gemini Lake notebooks. As of right now, we have no information regarding the pricing or the availability of these upcoming Intel Gemini Lake laptops.
In other news, we have also seen that the HP X360 will be powered by Ryzen 5 2500U and AMD Vega graphics, you can read all about that here. Also, check out the HP Z-class workstations that feature dual Xeon CPUs and Dual Nvidia Quadro P6000 GPUs.
Let us know what you think about Intel Gemini Lake and whether or not you are interested in buying a notebook that is powered by these upcoming CPUs.