Realme introduces the Notebook Air laptop and Buds Air 3 Neo earphones

After the top-of-the-range hangover, the rich Realme event used the remaining minutes to grant a few moments of popularity to two other new products, namely the new Buds Air 3 Neo earphones and the Notebook Air laptop.
Realme introduces the Notebook Air laptop and Buds Air 3 Neo earphones

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During the event dedicated to the top range GT2 Master Explorer Edition, Realme also presented other products, including a new pair of tws earphones and an unprecedented yet lightweight Windows based laptop.

Starting from the earphones, the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, despite being the direct heirs of the Buds Air 2 Neo, have the stem for touch controls, like the Buds Air Neo and the Buds Air 3. Made in White or Starry Night Blue, they are lightweight , with a weight of only 4 grams per unit and ensure a full charge 7 hours of autonomy, which increases to 30 with the chargeable case in Type-C. Inside they contain 10 mm drivers but do not integrate the necessaire for the ANC: on the other hand, 3D audio is supported via Dolby Atmos and, during a phone call, they provide AI based reduction of environmental noise (ENC) .

Still on the subject of specifications, the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo true wireless earphones have Bluetooth 5.2 for connection with the source, provide a low latency mode, 88 ms, for when you play games, and pair easily, via app. Realme Link, with smartphones running Realme UI (or “cousin” OxygenOS 7 ColorOS interfaces). For the price, pre-orders from today until July 19 will allow you to pay around 19 euros (129 yuan), with the price that will then rise to around 22 euros (149 yuan).

Moving on to the laptop, the latter is simply known as the Notebook Air. It has a metal body in Sky Gray and Ice Blue which, on the sides, has various ports (including an audio jack combo, and four USB 3.2 ports, two of which are Gen 2 Type-C and two Gen 1 Type-A): in homage to its name, the terminal is extremely portable, with a maximum thickness of 14.9 mm, a weight of 1.36 kg and 4.9 mm frames (vs the 8.9 of the Apple MacBook Air M1).

The screen, probably 14 ”, is a resolute LCD panel in FullHD (1920 × 1200 pixels) according to the panoramic aspect at 16:10, extended on 88% of screen-to-body. The webcam is HD and is accompanied by a dual microphone array with ambient noise reduction: the speakers are two, calibrated by Harman Kardon, and support DTS HD Surround Sound.

Guiding it on the software side is Windows 11 while, for the hardware, an i3 processor of the 11th gen Intel (Tiger Lake) participates, assisted by 8 GB of RAM and, as for SSD storage, by cuts of 256 or 512 GB: the thermal dissipation is entrusted to two fans and a liquid system with vapor chamber. Security is handled by a fingerprint scanner, inserted into the on-off button.

For energy, the Realme Notebook Air draws on the 54 Wh of battery (max 13.5 hours of autonomy), which can be quickly charged (50% in 30 min), in Power Delivery, at 65 W: obviously, there is no shortage of wireless connectivity. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 6. Also in this case, there are launch prices for pre-orders, with the 8 + 256 GB setup set at 2999 yuan (about 444 euros) and the 8 + 512 GB one listed at 3299 yuan (about 488 euros).


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