Like most laptops, the Alldocube GTBook N5100 uses Intel’s Celeron processor. The Celeron N5100 processor inside is the latest quad-core SoC of the Intel Jasper Lake series, as we know, we can mainly find it on some cheap notebook computers. On the other hand, the clock speed of the Four Tremont CPU cores is between 1.1 and 2.8 GHz (Single-core Burst). A hyper-threading is not provided. Intel claims that the single-threaded performance of the single-core can be increased by an average of 30%.
In addition to the quad-core CPU module, the SoC also integrates a 24 EU Intel UHD GPU clocked up to 800 MHz. Surprisingly, the GT Book features 12GB LPDDR4X memory (dual-channel 2933 MHz). In fact, it is rare at such an affordable price point. And it’s equipped with a replaceable 256GB SSD storage at the bottom.
Alldocube GTBook Display
The Alldocube GTBook N5100 is available in only one screen size – 14.1-inch, which comes with 1080P resolution. The screen on the laptop is an IPS panel with 72% NTSC colour coverage. It is far more vivid than its competitors at its price point. In addition, the narrow bezel of the display looks great and just reminded me of the latest, expensive competitors.
For basic office and entertainment uses, the display looks quite adequate. All of the laptop’s ports are located on the two edges. You can find a DC charging port, a full-functioning USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack on the left side. On the other side, there is a USB 3.0 Type-A port and an unusual microSD card slot, with which you can have extended storage up to 128GB.
- Affordable price
- Easy to carry
- High-quality speaker
- Weak battery
Specification: Alldocube GTBook 14.1″ 12GB/256GB
Current: $ | Average: $259.99 | The lowest: $329.99 | 4 records in DB | Price monitoring since 2021-08-03