ASUS unveils 11th Gen Intel Core laptops
09.09.2020 0 Comments
As part of the Built for Brilliance presentation, ASUS presented a range of new products based on Intel Core 11 processors.
In particular, the ultra-compact ZenBook Flip S laptops feature an ultra-responsive 4K UHD NanoEdge display. It will provide the brightest color reproduction and the deepest image contrast. The case is only 13.9 mm thick and weighs 1.2 kg. The designers have developed a unique image of the computer – the dark finish of the case contrasts perfectly with the metallic elements of the color of purple copper.
The laptop swivel mount allows the screen to open 360 degrees, and the comfortable keyboard of the device occupies almost the entire width of the case. The high-capacity battery will keep your laptop running for up to 15 hours on a single charge. ZenBook Flip S is the ultimate companion for work and school.
Another model ASUS ZenBook Flip 13 is 13.9 mm thick and weighs 1.3 kg and has a smaller battery. However, the manufacturer promises that the device will last 14 hours on a single charge. The laptop is powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with integrated Iris Xe graphics and 16GB of RAM. The ultra-sensitive Nano Edge touch display recognizes 4096 levels of pressure for typing or drawing. The main feature of the gadget is its plasticity: the laptop opens 360 degrees, transforming into a tablet.
ASUS ZenBook S is a premium all-metal design. Equipped with a 3.3K Nano Edge touchscreen for flawless color and contrast. The device weighs 1.37 kg and is 15.7 mm thick. The laptop has a high speed of work based on the Intel Core 11 processor. The main feature of this model is the unique screen hinge. When you open the laptop lid, it automatically tilts the keyboard to a more comfortable angle for typing.
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