iBall’s New CompBook Exemplaire+ With 14-inch Screen and 4GB RAM Now in India

iBall, the homegrown electronics giant, has launched the new CompBook Exemplaire+ with a decent 4GB of RAM and a 14-inch display. The company is known for its products which are sold for inexpensive prices and sell pretty well. For example, last August, the company had introduced the CompBook Aer 3 which was pretty successful.

Now, the new CompBook Exemplaire+ has been launched for Rs 16,499. This is a further addition to the CompBook range of laptops which also includes the CompBook Marvel 6. As of now, this new laptop will be available only in a Blue color variant and will be able on all the leading e-commerce websites across the entire nation.

As far as the iBall CompBook Exemplaire+ specs and features are concerned, it is a 14-inch laptop and it will run on the Windows 10 operating system. At its heart, there is a 1.92GHz Intel Quad Core Processor which will be backed up by a decent 4GB DDR3 RAM. As far as storage is concerned, it will have 32GB of internal storage, something which is further expandable to up to 128GB via a dedicated Micro SD Slot. Additionally, the laptop also has a so-called provision slot which will provide an optional 1TB Hard Disk Drive storage.

iBall CompBook Exemplaire+
The new iBall CompBook Exemplaire+

Also on the specs list is the 14-inch HD display which has a screen resolution of 1366×768 pixels, and which has flexible viewing angles. The Compbook Exemplaire+ also features a 0.3-megapixel front camera, which is rather paltry by current standards. Providing ample juice will be a 10,000mAh battery, which iBall claims can last for up to 8.5 hours as well as provide 19 days on standby. The laptop weighs around a mere 1.5kg.

Connectivity options include an inbuilt Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth capabilities as well as a Mini HDMI, some USB Ports as well as well as a headphone jack. Also onboard is an integrated camera for video calling as well as a Touchpad which has several shortcut gestures including certain options as pinching in and also stretching two fingers to both zoom in and zoom out.

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