Asus only finished a Computex Taipei 2017 press conference, and in a startling depart for a Taiwanese company, it was totally straightforward. That’s right, there were no uncanny tablets or indeterminate home robots this year, and nobody pronounced “selfie” on theatre even once — there were only a ton of new laptops. Here are all of them!
ZenBook Flip S
The Flip S is a “world’s thinnest convertible,” according to Asus authority Jonney Shih. It’s 10.9mm thick, that Asus says is 20 percent slimmer than a MacBook, and it weighs in during 1.1kg (2.42 pounds). Asus claims 11.5 hours of battery life from a Core i7 processor, yet a association isn’t naming that specific chip it’s regulating inside a Flip S. There’s a singular USB-C port, and a 13.3-inch 4K shade folds around 360 degrees for inscription use. The ZenBook Flip S starts during $1,099.
The new ZenBook Pro sounds like a flattering plain all-rounder, cramming an Nvidia GTX 1050Ti GPU, a 15.6-inch 4K display, and an H-series Core i7 CPU inside an 18.9mm-thick chassis. Asus claims adult to 14 hours of battery life for a ZenBook Pro, that will start during $1,299.
ZenBook 3 Deluxe
Asus called a ZenBook 3 a “world’s many prestigious laptop” final year, and it’s regulating a same tagline for a new ZenBook 3 Deluxe. It’s bigger than a unchanging ZenBook 3, with Asus job it a world’s thinnest 14-inch laptop during 12.9mm thick. It has dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, an vague Core i7 processor, and a 1080p display; it’ll start during $1,199.
“Mainstream laptops will never be a same again” after a VivoBook S, according to Shih. So what is a VivoBook S? It’s a $499 laptop in a 17.9mm-thick vaguely MacBook-Pro-ish aluminum box with adult to a Core i7 processor and an Nvidia GTX 940MX GPU inside. The 15-inch shade didn’t demeanour good in my brief time with a laptop, though a specs aren’t bad for a price.
The new VivoBook Pro is Asus’ mid-range offering, entrance with a 15.6-inch 4K display, a Core i7 processor, and a GTX 1050 GPU. It’ll boat in a summer for $799.