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The Realme Book is certified as a PC with 65W charging

The Realme Book could look like this. (Source: GizNext)
The Realme Book could look like this. (Source: GizNext)
Realme has confirmed that it will launch its first-gen PC soon, widely thought to be a MacBook clone since thanks to numerous leaks on the subject. Now, a new product from the OEM that is almost certainly this probable ultrabook has been approved by the regulator 3C. It suggests that the Book does indeed have a spec to match many of its Apple counterpart.

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Realme has strongly hinted that it will debut its first-gen Book in 2021, if not precisely when or how. It is thought to have a vaguely generic 14-inch ultrabook with Intel Tiger Lake processors. Now, its latest leak might reinforce these rumors.

It consists of a new 3C certification secured by Realme for a product overtly registered as its inaugural PC. It is indeed a laptop with the model number RMNBxxxx, the last 4 alphanumeric characters of which vary based on specs including RAM, storage, CPU and so on.

This new leak also confirms that the machine is capable of charging at the decent rate of 65 watts (W). It will most likely do so through 1 of its 2 rumored USB type-C ports, said to be located on the same side of the ultrabook.

The same chassis is now also slated to have Red, Blue, and Apricot colorways in addition to the more usual Silver, to have a 3:2 aspect-ratio display and, of course, to be a new entry in the thin-and-light category.

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The new "Realme Book" certification. (Source: 3C via MySmartPrice)
The new "Realme Book" certification. (Source: 3C via MySmartPrice)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-07-29 (Update: 2021-07-29)