[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]hose partial to the design language of Porsche subsidiary Porsche Design, rejoice. The firm’s releasing a snazzy looking tablet-cum-notebook, The Porsche Design Book One, in April, and the specifications and design look very promising, beating even Microsoft to the punch on some elements.
Aside from packing some of the most powerful multi-core processors you’ll be able to find in a tablet, they’ve crammed it with the latest hardware that kicks performance up a notch, namely a generously-sized 512GB solid-state drive (SSD) hard disk and USB Type C / 3.0 ports, both which will enable fast charging and blazing transfer and processing speeds for the executive on the go. Get work done with barely any load times or waits.
Switch it into a laptop by simply snapping in the keyboard attachment, which, by the way, can swivel a full 360 degrees for tablet functionality even while it’s locked in. While the much-vaunted Microsoft Surface Pro has this down pat as well, its hinge set-up left a chink which detracted from the overall look (and gathered dust).
To sum it up, it’s got design that can match up to Apple, but with the power and convenience of the Surface Pro. And yes, a headphone jack is included.