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.
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.
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.
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.
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.