Realme will unveil its first laptop computer referred to as Realme Guide (Slim) on August 18. It should include a skinny, metallic design and have a complete of three USB ports onboard – two USB-C on the left aspect and one USB-A on the proper, which might be joined by a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Realme has confirmed that one of many USB-C ports might be Thunderbolt 4, whereas the opposite might be USB-C 3.2 Gen 2. And because the Guide (Slim) will cost by means of USB-C, the variety of ports may very well be a difficulty with potential clients, which means they must resort to purchasing USB hubs if they need further ports. Nicely, it appears like Realme might be prepared with their very own USB hubs when the laptop computer hits the cabinets because the accent has appeared in a picture shared by a Realme worker.
Realme’s USB hub reminds us of Apple’s USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, which helps USB-C, USB-A, and HDMI connectivity. And whereas it is unclear if Realme’s resolution can even function an HDMI port, it is secure to imagine it is going to include USB-A and USB-C ports.
The image additionally reveals us a yellow-colored Realme mouse with a silver scroll wheel and slim profile, however just like the USB hub, particulars concerning the mouse are scarce proper now.
It is price mentioning that again in February, Realme’s Narzo-branded gaming mouse had surfaced with a design harking back to Logitech’s G502 Hero, and it has been six months since we heard something about it, suggesting Realme’s gaming mouse nonetheless is not prepared for launch.
Nonetheless, because the picture of the USB adapter and mouse has been shared by a Realme worker, and contemplating the timing of it, we consider Realme’s non-gaming mouse, with the USB hub, will debut subsequent Wednesday alongside the Realme Guide (Slim).