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RDP 11.6 inch ThinBook launched at Rs 10,590

The laptop is available with leading online stores across India like Amazon and Flipkart and it comes in Matte Black colour.

RDP, a Hyderabad-based IT hardware & mobility manufacturing company, has today announced the launch of RDP 11.6 inch ThinBook for Rs 10,599. The laptop is available with leading online stores across India like Amazon and Flipkart. It comes in Matte Black colour.

The RDP ThinBook features an 11.6 inch IPS screen and has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The display comes with HD IPS panel for crisper video quality, and sharper viewing angles. The keyboard has well-spaced chiclet keys and LED status lights above the keyboard for power, num lock and caps lock.

The RDP ThinBook comes with Windows 10 operating system. It comes armed with 1.92GHz Intel Quad Core x5-Z8350 Processor. The laptop has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage and an integrated Intel HD 400 graphics. It also features an Optional HDD/SSD slot and micro SD card slot. The company has claimed that the laptop can deliver more than 10 hours of mixed usage with 21 days of standby time.

The device has one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port, one mini HDMI and one microSD Card Slot. It measures 297.5 x 204.5 x 20.5 mm and weighs 1.1kg. Connectivity features include Wifi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.

Commenting on the launch, Vikram Redlapalli, Founder & CEO, RDP, said “We are delighted to launch India’s most stylish and slimmest laptop – 11.6 inch ThinBook. RDP has always focused on affordability in the interest of masses – entrepreneurs & students, but has never shied away from quality. We are looking forward for more product launches in the coming days to provide affordable computing solutions for everyone. ”

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