Berlin, Germany hosted the IFA 2022 with pomp and a decent roll call of manufacturers. OffGlobal will be presenting Nokia PureBook laptops at IFA 2022 as a Nokia licensee. Nokia PureBook Fold, Nokia PureBook Lite, and Nokia PureBook Pro are the three new laptops

Nokia PureBook Fold and PureBook Lite both have 14-inch displays, while Nokia PureBook Pro has a 15.6-inch display. PureBook Pro comes with an Intel Core i3 1220P while Fold and Lite are powered by Intel Pentium Silver N6000. Because of the lower chipset, the price is more affordable than the Intel Core i3. Core i3 chipsets feature thinner and more affordable laptops than AMD Ryzen 5000 chipsets. Compared to Core i7 processors, it performs similarly.
Three laptops feature full HD IPS screens with 60Hz refresh rates. Their peak brightness is 250 nits. The PureBook Fold has a touch display and an FHD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. In addition to Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, the Nokia PureBook lineup also supports WiFi 5. In addition, they have USB-C 3.2 (x2), USB-A 3.2 (x1), and a 3.2mm headphone jack. The models come with 8GB of RAM, a fingerprint scanner, and expandable storage. In the Fold and Lite models, there will be 128GB of SSD space, while in the PureBook Pro there will be 512GB of SSD space.
It weighs 1.47kg for the PureBook Lite, 2.5kg for the PureBook Fold, and 2kg for the PureBook Pro. There is a 2MP camera on the Pro model, as well as an aluminum top frame. Plastic frames and a 1MP camera are available in the smaller models. There is a backlit keyboard on the 15.6-inch model, and the battery has 57Wh with 65W charging power. A 38Wh battery and 44W power adapter are found in the Lite and Fold models, respectively. In 14-inch models, a single charge can last up to 8 hours.
A four-speaker system will be available for the Nokia PureBook Pro and two for the smaller models. The PureBook series will run on Windows 11 right out of the box. Although the new laptops are expected to arrive in France this month, full availability details are still unclear. Currently, OffGlobal hasn’t revealed the prices of its new laptops.