THE Positive revealed a new generation of Positive Motion C this Thursday (29). With the promise of offering a high quality product, the launch comes with a two-year warranty and a button to access Netflix. The computer, however, was announced with the Intel Celeron processor – yes, the one that will be retired.
The notebook aims to enhance the brand’s commitment to quality. No wonder, Positivo will offer a two-year warranty on the launch. That is, twice what is generally offered in the Brazilian market.
“We are confident that we have developed a high-quality product and have decided to offer a two-year warranty,” said Norberto Maraschin, Vice President of Consumption and Mobility at Positivo Tecnologia. “We are the only computer manufacturers with this condition for devices in the same category.”
In addition to the extended warranty, the notebook brings other interesting attributes. This is the case of the 19 mm body and the weight of 1.7 kg to facilitate everyday mobility. The computer also has a button on the keyboard to access Netflix and Alexa for PC for you to use voice commands to perform tasks through the Amazon assistant.
However, the notebook with a 15.6-inch screen and HD resolution comes out of the box with the Intel Celeron N4020 processor. And, as we already know, the “Celeron” and “Pentium” brands will be shutting down soon. The spec list also adds 4GB or 8GB RAM, in addition to storage ranging between 128GB and 1TB.
In the ad, the manufacturer even informs that the Positivo Motion C “is also ideal for students and professionals who need to be connected for long periods”. And that might even be the case. But with this processor, it is not possible to guarantee that the notebook will behave well with heavy day-to-day tasks.
Battery only has one year warranty
The battery is another point that deserves attention. It even promises an autonomy of 8 hours, a good mark for a working day. But, in a footnote, Positivo pointed out that the component has a one-year warranty. In other words: the computer has a two-year warranty, but not much.
For the rest, the launch has an HDMI output to connect it to an external monitor or a television. Additionally, consumers can purchase Positivo Motion C with Windows 11 or Linux. The computer is on sale in Brazil with suggested prices starting at R$2,149.
“Shipping is free throughout Brazil and there is a 10% discount for payments made via Pix”, they informed.