Well, that was fast
Here’s how booting up my current computer works: I open it up, press the “on” button, then go feed the cat, make a sandwich, and come back just in time for my laptop to be able to handle me typing in the passcode. And while that’s a great example of my multi-tasking abilities, it’s not exactly user-friendly.
When I first booted up the Notebook 7 spin, the text cursor immediately started happily blinking. A bit incredulous, I typed in the passcode, and was launched directly to the desktop. The whole process took about six seconds, thanks to the 128 GB solid state drive. While that solid state drive is an upgrade option, the standard models won't be left in the dust for long. They both come with an SSD slot, making it easier for people to make the upgrade later.