Surely many of our readers have found netbooks – compact laptops that were popular in the early 2010s. Due to the low popularity among users, most manufacturers refused to release them, but this did not stop some firms. Among them is the start-up One Netbook, which introduced the A1 Pro model.
The novelty is positioned as a laptop for programmers and other IT employees. The company notes in a separate line the optimization of the A1 Pro hardware for working with CAD / CAM / CAE applications, Creo Parametric, etc.
The features of the laptop do not end there. It features a tiny 7-inch IPS display with FHD resolution, which can be rotated 180 degrees, allowing you to turn the device into a kind of tablet.
The manufacturer also took care of the filling. The A1 Pro is powered by an Intel Core i5-1130G7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. The laptop also received Wi-Fi 6, a fingerprint scanner and a whole set of interfaces: there is a pair of USB 3.0, one Type-C 4.0, one micro-HDMI, RJ-45 and even RS-232.
With dimensions of 173 x 136 x 19 mm, the netbook weighs only 550 grams. At the moment, you can buy it for $920, later the price tag will rise to $1080.