When it comes to laptops there are a lot of options to consider but Mukesh Bhai’s Reliance has launched a worthy contender. The JioBook has got you covered from attending those pesky online classes to programming things that are definitely not nuclear launch codes. Reliance plans to cater the JioBook towards people that want to learn in particular, making a device that works for all age groups.
The JioBook in terms of features has got all the standard bells and whistles such as 4G and WiFi connectivity, trackpad gestures, wireless printing, an integrated chatbot, etc. You can also access JioTV to get access to various forms of educational content. You can play a few games like Saints Row 3, Saints Row 4, Shadow Tactics and a few others through JioCloudGames which some might find appealing. For students inclined towards coding the JioBook comes with a JioBIAN-ready coding environment through which you can learn languages such as C/C++, Java, Python, and Pearl.
Weighing in at only 990 grams the JioBook really puts up a new definition for lightweight. In terms of performance, it comes with a 2.0 GHz octa-core processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage which is expandable up to 256GB with an SD Card. The screen has an anti-glare coating too. The JioBook costs ₹16,499.