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The laptop is available in champagne gold and moonlight silver colours. The device is a high-specifications notebook with the status of being the world’s slimmest and lightest 14-inch device. It offers a 4.0 Bluetooth range

Weighing 1.275kg and just 18.2mm thin, Innjoo Leap, a new PC from Chinese Technology firm, Innjoo with base in Dubai, UAE, has redefined computing. The razor-thin Innjoo Leap Book comes in two models—the M100 and A100, both beautifully designed. It comes in full metal body or premium plastic body (optional).

Launched in Nigeria in collaboration with Nigeria’s Technology Distributions Mobile, (TD Mobile), a subsidiary of sub-Saharan Africa’s IT distributor, Technology Distributions, the Innjoo Leap laptop, is a device with features that exactly fits the Nigeria market, especially because of its reduced power consumptions and various charging options, including via the car.

The laptop is available in champagne gold and moonlight silver colours. The device is a high-specifications notebook with the status of being the world’s slimmest and lightest 14-inch device. It offers a 4.0 Bluetooth range

Equipped with a lightning-fast processor – Intel CherryTrail-T3 Quad core Z8350 1.44Ghz up to 1.84Ghz, the InnJoo Leap is a fast, capable work tool effortlessly fitted to today’s dynamic and fast-paced business and lifestyle environment.

In addition, the device is ably suited to the power requirements of tropical Africa with a 10,000 mAh battery which delivers up to 10 hours’ battery life for almost an entire day’s use and an equally fast charger/adapter. It is a touch screen device.

In terms of storage capacity, the Innjoo Leap Book offers a 2GB of RAM for smooth computing experience. In addition, Leap Book A100 crams in a 32GB SSD. Luckily, the storage is expandable up to 128GB via micro SD cards ro suits most users taste for their favouraite music, video and others files.

The InnJoo Leap, which appears cheap, is officially the world’s lightest and slimmest 14’-inch notebook – specifications that are ultimately bound to appeal to a growing generation of tech-savvy Nigerians who rely on their devices to meet a variety of business, work, lifestyle and leisure needs.

With InnJoo’s growing suite of world-class products, the InnJoo Leap is set to command some respect in the Nigerian market, especially among the techies. Also going for the InnJoo brand is its legacy of world class after-sales support through its affiliation with TD Plus which affords all classes of customers the opportunity of enjoying quick repairs and resolution of issues on warranty and out-of-warranty products.

Interestingly, the Innjoo Leap Book, which has a front camera (0.3 Mega Pixel) and dual built in speakers, is the firm’s firstWindows 10 powered devices. The Windows 10 OS not just because it is the latest Windows Operating System, it is also equally very fast and allows compatibility with every new app.

The Leap A100, which crams in a 32GB SSD and built with an Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Quad-core CPU, Intel HD Graphics Gen8-LP 10/12EU up to 600MHz..


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