Realme is gearing up to launch its first laptop Realme Book Slim on August 18, 2021 alongside Realme GT series. According to the company, it will be the slimmest in comparison to Xiaomi, HP and Dell’s offerings. Ahead of next week’s launch, the company has now teased a new feature similar to Microsoft Your Phone. The teaser also showcases the Realme GT Master Edition. However, this is not the only leak we have heard so far, let us look at the new leak and more in detail:
According to the teaser, the Realme Book Slim will feature “PC Connect Feature”. This will allow users to control their smartphone directly from the laptop and share files. It could use Wi-Fi direct, meaning both the devices should be connected to the same network. This feature will set the laptop apart from most budget and mid-range laptops. It could also make the buying decision a lot more decisive for some.
What is This New Feature – PC Connect on Realme Book Slim?
As mentioned above, it will allow the user to connect their phone to the Realme Book Slim through Wi-Fi Direct. In simpler words, it works by mirroring your mobile phone’s display on the laptop screen. This effectively will allow the users to connect and access the applications present on their smartphone. Especially tasks like make calls and do other tasks that are not possible with laptops. This will all happen all while having access to Windows.
PC Connect would allow the user to easily and rapidly share files across both laptops and smartphones. Although this is not the first time this feature is coming, Huawei and Xiaomi have also offered the feature. Moreover, Microsoft offers such functionalities with its Your Phone app for Windows. Meanwhile, the promotional image shows the Realme Book Slim will have a webcam on the top bezel, a large trackpad that should support Microsoft gestures, and an aluminum body with a silver colour option. The laptop will have a webcam placed on the top bezel. There’s a 3.5mm audio jack and USB A port on the right spine.
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