ARvolution: Spacetop Laptop Transforming Computing

Sam Taylor
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A new star has emerged in the galaxy of gaming and computing. Software development company Sightful has launched a well-anticipated bit of equipment with the first-ever AR laptop! Capturing the hearts of tech enthusiasts and gamers alike, we explore what this new product entails. 

Introducing Spacetop

Step onto the stage, Spacetop- an AR laptop that promises to redefine the way we experience computing and gaming. AR has become no stranger to changing and raising the game in an array of industries, including cinema and even the medical sector. But why have we waited so long for an AR laptop? CEO at Sightful said: 

“Laptops are the centrepiece of our daily working lives, but the technology has not evolved with the modern, work from anywhere, privacy matters, ‘road warrior’ mentality. Meanwhile, augmented reality is full of potential and promise but is yet to find its daily use case. We are at the perfect moment for a significant paradigm shift in a device we all know and love”. 

So what exciting features can we expect? 

Sightful says the Spacetop will be a 100-inch laptop. What a treat! You can control the AR laptop fairly similar to a regular one. The AR tech means that a computer screen will project into the air before you and you can see different parts of the projection from your head movements as the in-built camera tracks you. Here are some of the specifications of the laptop: 

  • CPU: Snapdragon 365 
  • GPU: Adreno 650 
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Battery life: 5 hours 
  • Storage: 256GB

Coming in at a whooping price, the Spacetop costs $2000. Considering this is still considered a testing model, is that too much? Also when looking at the specifications, some would expect more in terms of storage and RAM. 

Will you be purchasing the first AR laptop or waiting for a more refined version? 

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A Brighton UK-based content creator, Sam has worked with some world-conquering brands, including Cartoon Network, Marvel and Screen Rant.When he's not writing about the latest next-gen tech insights, he's probably off walking the dog, reading comics, eating sushi and listening to podcasts, or doing his weekly improv course.
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