realme Book Prime with 11th Gen Core i5 to launch in the Philippines on March 27 for P47,990

The realme Book Prime is set to launch in the Philippines on March 27 at Lazada’s 10th Birthday Sale. The new laptop has a price of Php 47,990. From March 27 to 29, the laptop will come with a Php 6,000 discount.

From the outside, the realme Book Prime follows their first laptop, the highly successful realme Book with an aluminum frame. But the Prime model comes with an Intel 11th Gen Core i5-11320H processor and a 2K Full Vision display.

realme Book Prime Price in the Philippines

realme has also added new thermal management with a dual-fan VC cooling system, which is capable of up to 50% better heat dissipation, boosting performance.

The laptop also comes with a Thunderbolt 4 port, Wi-Fi 6, Windows 11, and a 54Wh battery with a 65W USB-C charger.

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The realme Book Prime 8GB + 512GB is available with a price of Php 47,990 via the realme Official Store on Lazada. During the Lazada Epic 10th Birthday Sale from March 27 to 29, the laptop will come with Phph 6,000 OFF for a sale price of Php 41,990. Those who purchase during the early-bird sale will get a free realme Wireless Mouse worth Php 690.

realme Book Prime specs

Display14-inch 2K IPS FullVision Display, 2160 × 1440, 100% sRGB, 400 nits
Processor11th Gen Intel Core i5-11320H, 3GHz Quad-core
Intel Iris Xe Graphics
Storage256GB/ 512GB PCIe SSD Storage
Cameras720P HD Camera
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6, Bluetooth
IO PortsThunderbolt 4 x 1
USB-A 3.1 Gen 1 x 1
USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 x 1
Headphone Jack
OthersPower Button and Touch Fingerprint Sensor
Backlit Chiclet Keyboard
HARMAN Stereo Speakers
Dual-fan VC Cooling System
Microphone x 2
OSWindows 11 with Pre-installed MS Office Home & Student
Battery54Wh Battery, 65W Charger

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