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Teclast F6 Pro Notebook 360° Yoga Riconoscimento delle Impronte Digitali – ARGENTO

Teclast F6 Pro Notebook 360° Yoga Riconoscimento delle Impronte Digitali


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Sistemaoperativo Microsoft Windows 10
Offre prestazioni più potenti per un'esperienza utente più fluida e straordinaria
Intel Core m3-7Y30 Dual Core da 1,0 GHz, fino a 2,6 GHz
La piattaforma a bassissima tensione e l'elaborazione dual-core offrono il massimo efficienza dell'elettricità
Tecnologia Intel HD Graphics 615
La grafica su processore con memoria video condivisa offre immagini di alta qualità per l'utilizzo di Internet, il fotoritocco di base e i giochi casuali. Ottimizzato per utilizzare meno energia
RAM DDR3 da 8 GB per Multitasking elevato
Ampia RAM ad elevata larghezza di banda per eseguire senza problemi giochi, foto e applicazioni di editing video
Schermo IPS da 13,3 pollici con risoluzione 1920 x 1080
IPS FHD (1920 x 1080) un divertimento visivo vivido e colorato
Capacità di archiviazione SSD da 128 GB
Offre spazio per archiviare immagini, video, musica e altro
Fotocamera frontale Faccia a faccia 2.0MP consente di catturare momenti memorabili o chattare con gli amici
Interfaccia Bluetooth 4.2 Sincronizza con dispositivi compatibili
Trasferisci in modo wireless foto, musica e altri contenuti multimediali tra il computer e il telefono cellulare o il lettore MP3 abilitati Bluetooth o collega gli accessori wireless

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