At Asus’ Computex press conference this year, which conducted recently in Taipei, Taiwan and the focus was solely on Asus’ new laptops, new additions to its ZenBook line: the ZenBook Flip S and the ZenBook Pro UX550.
Both laptops are very thin and lightweight. The company claims the ZenBook Flip S is “the world’s thinnest convertible laptop.” It weighs in at just 1.1kg and is only 10.9mm thick. In support of their claim, company’s data was to compare with the HP Spectre x360, which weighs 1.29kg and is 13.8mm thick, and the MacBook Air at 1.35kg and 17mm.
The ZenBook Flip S’s 13.3in 4K touchscreen display can flip 360 degrees, while its specs–an Intel Core i7-7500U processor, up to 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD– should give a fast performance.
The company claims the laptop’s battery would last up to 11.5 hours and reach a 60 percent charge in 49 minutes, and it has a USB-C port for peripherals. The ZenBook Flip S will be available for sale from September this year with starting price around Rs. 71100.00.
The ZenBook Pro UX550 also has a 15.6in 4K touchscreen display and it runs on Intel’s seventh-generation Core i7-7700HQ quad-core processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a discrete graphic card, the Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti. This configuration, mainly to target gamers.
The ZenBook Pro UX550’s thin profile weighs 1.8kg and is just 18.9mm thick. Pricing will start at Rs. 84100.00 when it may hit the market by July this year.
Source: Tech Crunch