TCL Book 14 Go is a notebook with ARM chip and Windows 11 that the Chinese firm has presented at CES. Its autonomy and economic price are its great bet and it is intended for students or users with limited budgets who are looking for the entry range.
TCL is likely best known for making televisions or smartphones, but the Chinese electronics company also makes tablets and other devices. Now it debuts with its first entry-level laptop.
TCL Book 14 Go has a 14.1-inch LCD screen with HD resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Too basic for what the market offers today, but the bet is to lower the price as much as possible. Its engine is a Qualcomm ARM, a Snapdragon 7c of which the best that can be said is that Supports 4G mobile broadband.
It is accompanied by 4 Gbytes of RAM and 128 Gbytes for internal storage. Regarding connectivity, we have WI-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.1, two USB 2.0 Type-C ports, one USB 3.0 Type-A port, one 3.5mm headphone jack, and one microSD / nano SIM card combo slot.
It also has a 1 MP webcam for video conferencing and 1 watt stereo speakers. Your 40 Wh battery should enable it to 12 hours of autonomy, according to the manufacturer. Its aesthetics are visible, a classic laptop with a polycarbonate chassis, light and thin with 13.95 mm thick and a weight of 1.3 kg.
TCL Book 14 Go pre-installs the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, Windows 11, and will be available on the international market in the second half of 2022 for an affordable price. $ 349. It won’t break any performance records, but it’s cheap, lightweight, offers autonomy for a full day’s work, and a fourth-generation mobile broadband connection.
There is no shortage of PC manufacturers and hundreds of equipment to choose from, but new offers are always welcome, in this case from TCL.