The notebook PCs will be the only Personal Computers to be sold. The desktop PC market has more than enough manufacturers. The notebook PC however are what a majority of new PC buyers are buying, therefore the resources are devoted to manufacturing notebook PCs.
There are two sizes. A 13.3″ model and a 16″ model. The main difference between the two are screen sizes and resolutions, battery, and maximum ram and storage. All systems will support integrated memory and storage. There is also 4 USB-4 ports, an 8MP 720p webcam. There is also a fingerprint reader, Bluetooth 5, and wifi-6. There is also support for LTE with a nano-SIM slot. As for the OS, all computers will support Windows, but will come with FSP OS. The GPU will be an AMD Radeon Pro 5500 with 4GB of VRAM with Intell UHD 630 graphics for less demanding tasks. Both models will also have an SD card reader which is important to professionals. There is also a fingerprint reader built into the power button located right of the function keys.
The 13.3″ has a 2560×1600 resolution. The maximum ram is 16GB, and storage up to 2 1TB storage modules. The 13″ model will have a 60 watt battery with a 60 watt charger. Options for CPUs will be an Intel i5 or i7 CPUs.
The 16″ model will have a 3072×1920 resolution. The maximum ram is 64GB, and storage is up to 2 16TB modules. The 16″ model will have a 100watt battery with a 100 watt charger. Options for CPUs will include an i7 or i9 CPUs.