Porsche Design Unveils Windows 2-in-1 Convertible called Book One
At the Mobile World Congress 2017, Porsche Design has launched the Book One. A first from the German design company, the Book One in its design is quite like the Surface Book from Microsoft. The Porsche Design Book One is a detachable two in one laptop convertible which runs Windows 10 Pro and supports pen input.
The Book One runs on the Intel Core i7 processor, and has a 13.3-inch touch QHD display with a 3200 x 1800 px resolution. The Windows convertible from Porsche Design has an anodized aluminium body and packs 16 GB of RAM along with 512 GB of internal storage. The Book One has been launched with two USB-C ports, two USB 3.0 ports and a USB-C port that supports ThunderBolt 3.
This Windows two in one convertible from Porsche Design features a 5 MP camera with infrared sensor and facial recognition, both supported by Windows Hello. The Book One’s screen is not just detachable, it can also rotate 360 degrees, a feature that was missing in Microsoft’s Surface Book. The latest convertible from Porsche Design has a precision touch-pad and a back-lit keyboard. The Book One also supports a digital stylus, which magnetically adheres to the right side of the device. The stylus uses Windows Ink to operate on the touch-pad of the Book One. The hardware of the Book One has been designed by Quanta, the Taiwan-based manufacturer that also designed Amazon’s Fire Tablets.
Porsche Design’s Book One will be released in US in April 2017 and will be priced starting US $2,495.