The last time a Nokia emblem was on a notebook was back in 2009 when Nokia’s Devices and Services Department declared Nokia Booklet 3G. Nokia manufacturer is back on notebooks thanks to Flipkart that only recently launched Nokia PureBook X14. This notebook is very interesting since it drops in the ultralight class of laptops with only 1.1 kg. It has a 14″ IPS LCD Full HD display and includes a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 Quad-core chip, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512 GB SSD, and dual-band WiFi, BT5.1. The display comes with a 4.8mm ultra-slim bezel and has 86% screen to body ratio with 250 nits brightness. It has assistance for both Dolby Vision and Atmos sound, which can be a pleasant improvement to this PureBook.
Nokia PureBook also has Windows Home 10 pre-installed. The notebook’s entire body is made from magnesium, making it lightweight, sturdy, and cheap since its cost is approximately ₹ 59,990. The Precision TouchPad has multiple gesture option which enables smooth transitions. The backlit keyboard with adjustable brightness and 1.4mm key travel gives you a better typing experience.
With the secure facial recognition, easily unlock your PC with the HD webcam featuring Windows Hello face unlock.
The one thing noticeable is that the bottom area of the notebook lifts along with the display lid once you attempt to open it. Perhaps the screen hinge is a little too tight, or maybe that’s only the circumstance.
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