N-one NBook Fly, new notebook with surprising dual display

From China they never cease to surprise us with new devices, as is the case with the N-one NBook Fly laptop and its dual screen system.

Undoubtedly what strikes us most about this new laptop is its dual screen, we find on the front a 16″ and under it another 14″ touch screen. A system that can be useful for design programs where we need to have tools on a secondary screen, something that will make us gain a lot of productivity.

As we can see the rest of the features of this laptop are interesting to work on a daily basis, it is not a Gaming hardware but it does not pretend to be either.

N one NBook Fly

N-one NBook Fly Specifications

We can see the N-one NBook Fly offers as processor the powerful Intel Core i7-10750H with six cores and twelve threads manufactured in 14nm and TPD of 45W, with a speed of up to 5 GHz. As a graphics solution we have the integrated Intel HD Graphics GPU sufficient for office, surfing and multimedia.

The RAM memory is 16 GB DDR4 at 2666 MHZ Dual Channel, while for storage we have a 1 TB SSD disk installed as standard.

Display and other features

The N-one NBook Fly has a 16″ IPS main screen with 1920×1200 resolution and 300 nits brightness, the lower 14″ touch screen is tiltable at 12º with 1920×550 resolution.

N one NBook Fly laptop

For network connectivity we have, a Gigabit Ethernet port, Wifi 5, Bluetooth 4.2 while in the upper frame we have a 1MP Webcam with microphone with noise cancellation system. The ports included are, a USB-A 3.0, two USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.1, one audio jack and a full size HDMI 2.0 port.

Finally, the battery is 51 Wh which will give us about 6 hours of autonomy. It weighs 2.5 kg and measures 356 x 247 x 28 mm. The operating system is Windows 11 and is installed by default. The keyboard has a side trackpad that also allows the use of a virtual numeric keypad, also offers backlighting system.

Price and availability

N one NBook Fly laptop dual screen

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