CES 2019 usually features some of the best hardware that will hit the market and Hong-Kong based Nexstgo unveiled their PRIMUS NX301 notebook at the show that is intended for business users.
Highlights include a 14-inch display, a chassis hewn of aluminium that weighs 1.25kg that has also been rated to survive the a battery of US Army durability tests. Other features include a quartet of Dolby Atmos speakers as well as a quoted 13 hours of battery life.
The PRIMUS NX301 also has a TPM 2.0 HW chip for hardware-based security that hardens it against malicious tampering. There aren’t any final specifications as to the storage or processor that it will pack nor how much it will retail for but we’ll keep you posted if there are any updates. Swing by Nexstgo for more details here.