TRIGONO XN01 is a convertible laptop based on Intel’s NUC Elements. The Element, a compact and powerful technology, consists in a module which includes the CPU, memory and Wi-Fi. This module can be easily replaced or transfered into a diferent device, offering a new ecological approach to computing.
It also allows to choose the configuration which best fits the needs of the user, whether it’s a device for a student, a teacher or a on the go professional.
What are the benefits?
This modular approach allows to extend the device’s lifecycle drastically while promoting the reduction of technological waste, offering a new ecological approach to computing.
If the barebone gets damaged, the user can switch to a different one in a matter of minutes, without losing any data or apps. If NUC Elements Module fails, the user can replace the module – there will not be a loss of data in case it has an external SSD. The keyboard and battery are easily replaceable.
Enables the upgrading of NUC Elements while maintaining the same chassis, or switch to a different chassis while keeping the same NUC Elements. Choose from 7 different NUC Elements and storage options.
OS Windows 10 | Storage 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB PCIe SSD NVMe (Optane Supported) | Display 15.6” IPS FHD; 4K (UHD); Multi-touch w/ Active Stylus | I/O 2x USB 3.0 Type-C; 2x USB 3.0 Type-A; 1x HDMI; 1x Micro-SD Card Slot | Sensors Fingerprint; Ambient light sensor; Gyroscope; 2x G-Sensor | Connectivity Wi-Fi 5 (802.11 ac) 2x2 | Camera 1MP | Battery 45Wh Li-Po Battery ( ±7h) | Ruggedness MIL-STD-810G up to 100cm; IP52 | Weight <2.5 Kg | Dimensions 368 x 258 x 23.35mm
Based on Intel's NUC Elements.
Nuc Elements Specifications
Intel® Celeron™ 4305U + 4GB LPDDR4 + 64GB eMMC + AC9560
Intel® Pentium™ 5405U + 4GB LPDDR4 + 64GB eMMC + AC9560
Intel® Core™ i3-8145U + 4GB LPDDR4 + AC9560
Intel® Core™ i5-8265U + 8GB LPDDR4 + AC9560
Intel® Core™ i5-8365U + 8GB LPDDR4 + AC9560
Intel® Core™ i7-8565U + 8GB LPDDR4 + AC9560
Intel® Core™ i7-8665U + 8GB LPDDR4 + AC9560
And it – really - is!
Just a small screwdriver and a little dose of patience and you can easily replace the NUC Element. Keeping the "chassis", you get a completely new and updated laptop.