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Realme teases a product that looks very like the OEM's first-gen laptop

Is this Realme's first laptop? (Source: Twitter)
Is this Realme's first laptop? (Source: Twitter)
Realme CEO Madhav Sheth's latest tweet hints strongly at the imminent launch of this company's inaugural laptop. Judging from a possible product teaser included with this post, the machine is intended to be a MacBook clone, along the same lines as the Xiaomi Mi Notebook line. Realme's new take on this category is slated to launch by the end of June 2021.

Certain BBK Electronics-owned OEMs have been projected to break into the PC market in 2021. Now, it seems Realme will be the first of these brands to get there, rather than OPPO as rumored earlier. A new tweet on the part of company executive Madhav Sheth might bring this prospect closer to reality than ever before.

The CEO claims that Realme's "new product category" has a "message" for us: a string of ASCII code that, slightly inevitably, translates to the phrase "Hello World". This official leak, combined with an image pointing to a modern-day laptop (finished in fairly generic silver) peeking out of a compatible sleeve, may reinforce the impression that Realme intends to launch a new particularly thin and light-style laptop soon.

Sheth also now hints this potentially impending ultrabook will debut under the OEM's new Dizo ecosystem brand, rather than being a Realme Book as previously thought. Accordingly, it might come with enhanced pairing features for existing TechLife products, not to mention Buds-series peripherals, on its still to-be-determined launch.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-06- 9 (Update: 2021-06- 9)