DERE R10 an office notebook with Intel Celeron N5095 and only 1.2 Kg


Today we find a new lightweight notebook with the name of DERE R10 that incorporates the interesting Intel Celeron N5095 processor. A chip that thanks to its 10 nm manufacturing process improves performance over the previous generation.

A laptop weighing only 1.6 kg and featuring a screen with bezels of only 5 mm that give its design a very light appearance. In terms of specifications, the new DERE R10 offers sufficient features for priority use in office automation, browsing and multimedia playback. We have two versions with different features, only the model with 16 GB of RAM includes fingerprint reader and backlit keyboard.

Processor, RAM and storage

The DERE R10 laptop as we say integrates as processor the new Intel Celeron N5095 manufactured in 10nm, a Quad Core with a maximum frequency of 2.9 Ghz, Intel UHD Graphics 11 Gen graphics with support for 4K@60fps video. The consumption of this processor is only 15 W TPD and is cooled with an internal fan.

Depending on the version, the motherboard has 8/16 GB of Dual Channel LPDDR4 RAM and an M.2 SSD with 256/512 GB capacity installed.

Display and other specifications

The screen of the DERE R10 has a diagonal of 15.6 inches with frames of only 5 mm, a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and includes on top an HD camera with microphone. We also find Wifi aC Dual Band, Bluetooth 4.0, 38000 mAh battery with 6 hours of battery life. On the sides we have the connectors, with two USB 3.0 ports, USB-C port, HDMI connector, 3.5 mm audio jack and micro SD card reader.

The operating system is Windows 10 Pro 64 bits upgradeable to Windows 11 and its weight is around 1.6 kg. We have an extended trackpad and the keys have a good separation.

Price and availability

  • The DERE R10 laptop with Intel Celeron N5095 can be purchased on AliExpress only for $444 / €392 including VAT and shipping to Europe using the store coupons, we also have several colors.

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Marius

The title says 1.2 but the article says 1.6 kg. I’d guess that 1.6kg is the right figure given it’s a 15 inch laptop.