To the upwardly mobile people, carrying a laptop has always been a burden. InnJoo has changed the concept of mobility with their flagship laptop known as ‘Leap’, unarguably the world’s slimmest laptop. With unique features such as power bank charging feature, and an external SD card memory feature, consumers have an extra dose of elegance, style and long hour workability time. InnJoo Leap seeks to solve the plight of an average Nigerian laptop user where a dearth of electricity supply has often impacted negatively on productivity.
“In the age of lightness and smallness, power rests on fewer loads. The Innjoo Leap reflects all that.”
Innjoo Leap guarantees consumers multiple charging options. Apart from the power bank charging feature which is not common with laptops, the device also avails users to charge with car charging port.
Leap comes in two colours: gold and silver, with top notch aluminum metal casing. Remarkably, as a standard specification, this metal casing is corrosion resistant, crush resistant, and anti-friction. Leap delivers a strong sense of elegance and style, especially for the fashion upwards. With its light weight feature of merely 1,275g or 1.3 kg, it makes it a fashion statement in an age where portability is vogue.
The laptop boasts of a 10 hours normal use for whole day work on a single charge with breathtaking 10,000mAh battery. Working together with the low power consumption Intel chip, featuring 14nm advanced manufacturing process , it even gets up to 6.5 hours video time and 300 hours standby time, so you can reliably carry your LeapBook with you on the business trip without worrying about flat battery or searching for a power outlet to charge. It also comes with enhanced gaming and speed with Gen 8 Intel HD Graphics and 64-bit Instruction Set, making the latop a gamer’s delight.
The LeapBook is running on Windows 10 Desktop System and is meticulously designed with 14.1-inch 1366×768 screen resolution , offering an indispensable video call experience to users maybe with business partner or close kith and kin as long as the 0.3MP camera and 802.11b/g/n wireless network are connected, in a compact body of only 18.2mm thickness and weights 1275g with scientific keyboard spacing comfortably fit for fingers when typing , interfaces of two USB2.0, one HDMI and one SD card slots. The whole laptop is constructed succinctly and compactly.
Talking about memory, due to the 2GB low voltage consumption and power-efficient DDR3L working together with 32GB eMMC flash storage as well as Intel Atom x5 Z8350 chipset, Innjoo Leap runs in prompt response and gorgeously springs to life ignoring long time standby. And also there is an external 128GB micro SD card supported to extend capacity for storing, gaming, watching or browsing.
InnJoo Leap comes without DVD/ CD drive, which some people will see as a downside of the product. However, InnJoo is not left alone in this as Apple’s MacBook, Toshiba Portege Z930 and Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A all come without CD/DVD drive. In the age of lightness and smallness, power rests on fewer loads. The Innjoo Leap reflects all that.
Leap is all about quality and affordability all rolled into one device, with the price of the device hovering around N75,000 – N80,000. Leap, therefore, is an affordable partner for work and fashion. Take that Leap, today.