Falcon tablet

There is a new tiny computer in the market with 8-inch display. The Topjoy Falcon has just hit crowdfunding with a price tag of $399.

Falcon runs Windows 10 and it has an 8-inch size that strikes a balance between performance and portability. The company claims that the tiny 2-in-1 notebook can be turned into a compact tablet which is lightweight and easy to carry. The device features an ergonomic keyboard and you can put the device in your pocket.

Topjoy says that the Falcon 2-in-1 device can be easily transformed into a tablet and if you close the lid of the keyboard, it would look like a one-handed touchscreen device that makes reading and notetaking more comfortable and easier.

The tiny computer comes in two different storage configurations – 128GB or 256GB. There’s also 8GB of RAM.

Falcon Windows 10 device

The Falcon uses Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor and it’s a good chipset for some decent power. The device should be able to run the basic apps such as Microsoft Edge, Paint 3D, Mail and others with relative ease.

The 8-inch display has a resolution of 1920×1200 resolution which is good considering the price and form factor.

Topjoy Falcon specs

  • The portable and powerful 8-inch laptop is powered by Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor.
  • The 2-in-1 device features an 8-inch display with traditional 1920×1028 resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
  • It comes with 128GB or 256GB of storage coupled up with 8GB of RAM.
  • The device offers up to 8 hours of battery backup.
  • Built-in Active Cooling system.
  • It comes with one USB Type-C port, USB Type-A and HDMI.
  • There’s also a 3.5mm headphone jack.
  • It also has a G-Sensor, backlit keyboard and OFN mouse for track point control.

Topjoy says you can use Falcon as a laptop and tablet thanks to the small keyboard. There is also a Falcon pen which uses 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and provides high sensitivity and precise writing or creativity.

Overall, the Falcon appears to be a good device featuring aluminium-magnesium case and a sleek look. The company plans to begin shipping the Falcon to early backers in February 2019. If you’re interested, you can back the device on Kickstarter.