TCL introduced its first portable laptop, the Book 14 Go, to the Russian market. It is designed for simple daily tasks, office work, study, conference calls and business trips.

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The laptop received a very compact case with a thickness of only 13.95 mm and a weight of 1.28 kg. The cover is made of aluminum alloy. The screen is 14-inch with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels and a refresh rate of 60Hz.

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The heart of the TCL Book 14 Go is an 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C processor built on the ARM architecture. Low power consumption combined with a 41 Wh battery will allow you to use the laptop up to 12 hours away from the outlet.

It can be powered by either of two USB-C ports with Power Delivery and a compact 30W power adapter. One of the two connectors supports video output to external devices using the DisplayPort standard. There is also one full-size USB-A port and a microSD card slot.

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Communication capabilities are represented by a dual-band Wi-Fi module supporting 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac standards, a Bluetooth 5.1 adapter and a built-in 4G / 3G modem that allows you to always stay connected via mobile Internet.

Among other things: a webcam with a resolution of 1 megapixel, two microphones, stereo speakers and a standard 3.5 mm audio jack. The amount of RAM in the basic modification is 4 GB, the built-in memory is 128 GB.

The device is based on a full-fledged Windows 11 operating system with support for all standard programs for office and study, as well as the ability to install third-party applications. TCL proprietary utilities allow you to broadcast a smartphone screen to a laptop, use a shared clipboard and copy files by simple drag and drop.

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The TCL Book 14 Go laptop is available in Citylink and DNS at a price of 32,990 rubles. From September 12, the first customers can receive a TCL Tab 10S tablet as a gift.

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