Craob is preparing to launch its concept wireless laptop, Craob X, based on Alder Lake CPU.
The upcoming laptop will be completely portless with all the connectors located on a wireless charger.
The company website has started advertising the laptop but does not give many details on the specifications. My Laptop Guide was the first one to give detailed insight into what this laptop will offer to its users.
The laptop has a 13.3-inch 4K+ bezel-less display with a punch hole web-cam. It will offer a LPDDR5 memory of up to 32GB and PCIe Gen4 storage of around 2TB. The wireless connection will be based on the latest WiFi6E standard.
The fully wireless technology makes this laptop stand out among the lot. Craob X is void of any physical connectors (a completely portless design), so you won’t be seeing any I/O ports be it USB Tyle A/C, SD card slot, MiniJack, Thunderbolt, or even a charging port. The laptop has a very thin body of 7mm, so it would be almost impossible to install these ports on this design. However, a magnetic wireless charger features all these ports on its lid.
The website tells its audience to expect the laptop soon, but it does not give any specific details regarding the release date or pricing as of now.