BMW is set to announce two new laptops in the UK, with one of them a laptop replacement for the UK’s £2,000+ price tag.
The other is a new laptop replacement that costs £1,000, according to Automotive News.
Both of these laptops are set to launch in 2018, and both of them will be made by a British-based manufacturer.
For BMW, the launch is an attempt to capitalize on the UK car market that has been hit by a slump in demand.
It’s also a way to capitalize off of a trend that has seen demand for premium luxury laptops fall sharply over the past few years.
In the UK market, the BMW i8 and the new BMW i3 are among the best selling laptops in terms of revenue, while the latest MacBook Pro model is also a solid seller.
BMW also has its own laptop business, and it has already announced plans to launch two more laptops in 2018: the new i3 in October, and a new MacBook Pro in December.
As Automotive news reports, BMW will also be making its own laptops, the i3i and the i5i, which will both be the successor to the i8.
One of the main selling points for BMW’s laptop line is the fact that they are affordable and have a variety of different features to suit different budgets.
While the i7 and i9 laptops are the best sellers in the BMW lineup, the new laptops will be more affordable and feature a more streamlined look.
There will also reportedly be a laptop for every budget, and in a future BMW lineup it will include a laptop with an Intel Core i5 processor, a Thunderbolt 3 port, and two USB 3.0 ports.
Automotive also says that BMW will announce new models for the BMW M3 and M5 in 2019.