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Nokia PureBook Pro 15.6 and 17.3 with 10-Core Intel Chipsets announced

Nokia PureBook Pro 15.6 and 17.3

Nokia in joint partnership with a French technology firm called OFF Global has announced two new laptops ahead of the Mobile World Congress that is scheduled to begin next week. The two laptops, namely PureBook Pro 15.6 and PureBook Pro 17.3, will be officially unveiled at the event, although their detailed specifications and pricing have been revealed.

The PureBook Pro 15.6 has a 15.6-inch FHD+ LED Backlit IPS display and is powered by a 63Wh battery, while the PureBook Pro 17.3 has a larger 17.3-inch FHD+ LED Backlit display, but packed a smaller 57Wh battery. These are their only differences. In other aspects, they are basically the same.

The latest Nokia notebooks have aluminum cover, and they are thin and sleek, measuring approximately 20mm at their thickest point. They runs Windows 11 operating system and have fingerprint sensors that supports Windows Hello biometric security.

Nokia PureBook Pro

The keyboards of the two PureBook Pro models are backlit too, so they can be use both in the day time and in the night time. Let's talk about the display, these have anti-glare non-touch screens with 250 nits brightness. At the top bezel is a 2MP webcam and a microphone for video calling and conferencing.

12th-Gen Intel Core i3-1220p (10-core) processors clocked at 3.30GHz powered the laptops, paired with Intel UHD Graphics. These have 8GB DDR4 RAMs and 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs. It's uncertain if any of the two has external SSD/HDD storage support.

Connectivity present are 2x USB-C 3.2, 1x USB-A, Wi-Fi 802.11ac (dual band), Bluetooth 5, 3.5mm headphones jack, and microSD reader. Four powerful stereo speakers (two at the side and two at the bottom) are equipped for immersive listening experience.

The 15.6-inch model is priced at €699 (US$784), while the 17.3-inch model will be sold for €799 (US$896). They will be available in wide range of colors, including Blue, Silver, Dark Gray, and Red, in Europe, Northern Africa, Canada, Thailand, and other select markets later in the year.


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