- iBall CompBook Exemplaire+ features a 14-inch 1366×768 HD display
- The CompBook Exemplaire+ comes with a quad-core Intel processor
- It comes with 1TB HDD storage option
iBall on Monday expanded its footprint in the computing device market in India by launching a new notebook called the iBall CompBook Exemplaire+. With an aim to meet the demands for everyday laptops, the new model comes at a price of Rs. 16,499. iBall hasn’t specified the availability but mentions that the latest entrant goes on sale through online channels in the country. It comes in Blue colour option and sports metal surfaces along with a slim profile. Moreover, the new launch comes months after the Indian company brought models such as the iBall CompBook Aer3 with a rotatable touchscreen panel and an iBall Slide PenBook Windows 10 2-in-1 device.
The Windows 10-based iBall CompBook Exemplaire+ features a 14-inch 1366×768 HD display. The notebook is powered by a quad-core Intel processor that is touted to have a maximum clock speed of 1.92GHz, paired with 4GB of DDR3 RAM. iBall has provided 32GB onboard storage on the CompBook Exemplaire+ that is expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB). Also, the notebook has a provision slot for an optional HDD to offer 1TB storage.
A touchpad is available to support gestures such as pinching in and stretching two fingers to zoom in and out of your screen. The CompBook Explemplaire+ also has a chiclet-style keyboard with dedicated function and navigation keys. It houses a 10000mAh battery that is claimed to deliver nonstop, 8.5 hours of standard usage, 19 days of standby time, and 37 hours of music playback on a single charge. Further, the notebook has wireless connectivity options, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, in addition to Mini-HDMI, a combo jack for headphones and microphone, and USB ports. It also comes with dual speakers that produce stereophonic sound.
iBall states that the CompBook Exemplaire+ suits the diversified needs of regular notebook users. The new model counters entry-level offerings by companies such as Acer, Asus, and HP.