Though we wouldn’t go so far as saying that they’re universally loved, Porsche has an extremely large and very loyal fanbase. So it’s no surprise that they expanded their wheelhouse outside of vehicles via their Porsche Design division. This car-inspired sub-brand has produced everything from sunglasses to sound bars. And now they’ve released their first computer, the Porsche Design Book One.
Beautiful in its construction, this 2-in-1 hybrid laptop/tablet – the screen fully separates from the keyboard – actually boasts some solid technology beneath the hood. Namely it is equipped with a 512 GB solid state hard drive, a 7th generation Core i7 processor, a litany of connection options (including USB type-C, Thunderbolt, and USB-A), and a 10-finger-multitouch QHD+ IPS-display with 3200 x 1800 pixel resolution. And that’s not all. It’s also fitted with a 5 megapixel front-facing camera, 16 gigs of RAM, and a li-polymer battery that charges fully in just 2 hours and lasts for 14. But if you want the elite branding and tech, it will cost you $2,495. [Purchase]