A while ago we had the KUU K1 in the daily deal. Now the Chinese manufacturer has followed up with the KUU K2, a revised version of the bestseller on the market. This offers a coverable webcam, fingerprint sensor, and even more functions at an unbeatable price.
KUU K2 is budget equipment, mainly due to the Intel Celeron processor from the Gemini Lake family. And now, the Celeron J4115 model is given in the description, so either it is an error and in fact, it is the Celeron J4105 or some special variation that is not on the Intel website. Whatever the case, it is still a more efficient unit than the Celeron N4100 chip commonly used in laptops. There is also 8 GB RAM (DDR3) and 256 or 512 GB M.2 SSD (depending on the version selected).
First of all it mounts a quad-core processor J4115 at 1.5 GHz and Turbo Boost up to 2.5 GHz accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD disk, therefore it offers enough space to be able to install the most useful programs and a good engine on where you can work on your documents and surf the net without slowing down. Moreover, it is a fanless laptop, therefore also very silent as it does not use any fan.
The screen is a 14.1 ? IPS panel with Full HD resolution at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. It uses the 3: 2 format and has a front cover of 80%, with visibility up to 178 degrees of lateral inclination. The external body is made entirely of metal, the keyboard is backlit, the battery is 5,000 mAh while from the point of view of connectivity it mounts: on the left side, the power supply port, a USB-C port, and a micro HDMI (for connecting the computer to a screen or TV); on the right, the memory card reader, headphone jack and USB port 3.
KUU K2 is a laptop with a 14.1-inch IPS display in Full HD resolution and components that make it belong to the budgetary category for every day, but undemanding work. Document editing, web browsing, and similar stuff. It’s all in an aluminum-magnesium casing and interestingly in gold or falling in pink gold (depends on which graphics you look at).
In addition to this, the touchpad also has the secondary function of a numeric keypad: if there is a need, it will be sufficient to make a gesture with two fingers to disable the controller function for the cursor and activate the touch instead for typing the numbers drawn on its surface. Again the gesture, and go back to the trackpad.
Finally, KUU K2 is also a bomb in terms of privacy: if it is true that a piece of black adhesive tape is enough to obscure the webcam of any laptop, here there is a very convenient selector with which to open and close a flap to hide the webcam when not needed. This way you will not run the risk of being “spied” in case of intrusion by an attacker.