Craob X, a wirelessly charged, portless laptop
All connectors will be located on a wireless charger.
Craob X is a concept laptop now being advertised with very few details on the company website. Luckily My Laptop Guide appears to have more photos and specifications.
As it turns out, this laptop is to be powered by Intel Core i7-1280P, low power Alder Lake processor that has just been introduced earlier this month. This is a 13.3-inch design with a 4K+ bezel-less screen. There is however a punch-hole camera, but at least it is not a notch like on the latest MacBook Pros.
Specifications-wise, this laptop is actually quite impressive (on paper). It is to be offered with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 memory and 2TB of PCIe Gen4 storage. Wireless connection will rely on the newest WiFi6E standard.
In fact, the wireless technology is what makes this design so impressive. Craob X has no physical connectors (portless design), so there are no I/O ports such as USB Tyle A/C, Thunderbolt, MiniJack, SD card slot, or even a charger port. This laptop is just 7mm thin so those would be very hard to install on this design anyway. However, all these ports will be available on a magnetic wireless charger, which attaches directly to the lid.
According to Craob website, this laptop is coming soon, but no release date or pricing information is available at this moment.
Source: Croab via MyLaptopGuide