This is one of the strangest devices (or gadget) I’ve seen so far this year. It’s a cross between a mini laptop and a hand-held console. I wonder how it plays and perform. It does look pretty cool though.
Taken from Engadget … the NEC Lavie Mini: a sort of modern take on the classic netbook that, with the right accessories, doubles as a Switch-style game console. Just let all that sink in for a moment.
To be absolutely clear, the Lavie Mini doesn’t properly exist yet — it’s a concept design cooked up by Lenovo its and sub-brand NEC, and there’s no guarantee that it will ever actually be made. Still, it’s hard not to appreciate just how delightfully odd this thing is. The Lavie Mini sports an 8-inch touchscreen running at 1900×1200, one of Intel’s 11th-gen i7-1180G7 processors, 16GB of LPDDR4x 4266MHz RAM, a 256GB m.2 SSD, two USB 3.1 Type-C ports, and an optical touch sensor in place of a proper trackpad, plus a tiny keyboard with curious, circular keys. (You’d be forgiven for immediately thinking of the Lofree; we did the same thing.)