Nexstgo unveiled its flagship commercial laptop, the PRIMUS NX301, at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. In addition, the company also partnered with Foxit to have the latter’s PhantomPDF preinstalled in all of the Nexstgo commercial PC products.
“Coming into 2019, we see great demand across Asia Pacific markets for quality ultrathin laptops at competitive prices. In this aspect, Nexstgo will continue to deliver breakthrough commercial and business-grade laptops that are innovative and suit changing consumer tastes,” said Alex Chung, CEO of Nexstgo.
Nexstgo PRIMUS NX301
Targeted for business users, the PRIMUS NX301 offers performance, durability, and security in its 1.25kg body. The laptop features a 13-inch narrow bezel display and a battery life that can last for up to 13 hours. The PRIMUS also sports four Dolby Atmos DAX3 speakers and a fixed-focus IR web camera with FHD 1080P resolution.
The new Nexstgo flagship laptop is one tough cookie. The PRIMUS has undergone the US military’s 14 military-grade tests. These tests assessed its performance in cases of extreme temperature, shock, and vibrations.
Nexstgo laptops to carry Foxit PhantomPDF
PhantomPDF-equipped Nexstgo laptops can expect to build smart PDF documents with the solutions offered by PhantomPDF that supports the complete document lifecycle (create, collaborate, edit, manage, share, secure, and track usage).
Editing PDFs, compressing PDF images, changing fonts, customization, and embedding images and videos are just a few benefits and features available from the Foxit software.
AVITA IoT Devices
With the younger generation in mind, the Hong Kong tech company debuts the AVITA Smart Home Ecosystem at CES 2019. AVITA harnesses IoT to create products that can be controlled from a single screen. Their smart mirrors, for example, are gather data from other smart devices through its Android OS and multiple sensors.