Measuring in at 10.9mm thin and 1.1kg in weight, it trumps even the 12-inch MacBook as the smallest and lightest laptop. To create such a compact convertible, Asus constructed a new ergo lift hinge design that's made of steel alloy and only measures 3.9mm in thickness. This mechanism should also see users through opening and closing the notebook at least 20,000 times. Meanwhile, the body is made of aerospace-grade aluminum, and for cooling Asus has went with an ultrathin vapor-chamber cooling system.Another core piece of the ZenBook Flip S is a 13.3-inch nano edge 4K UHD display that features ultrathin 6.11mm bezels.With a touchscreen the ZenBook Flip S also fully supports the Windows Ink and works in tandem with the Asus Pen to offer 1,024 levels of precision, as well as reading 10 to 300 grams of force. Windows Hello is also fully supported with an integrated fingerprint sensor.Modern Standby combined with Instant Resume features see the laptop waking up from sleep 3 times faster than other laptops. This is partially thanks to the ZenBook Flip S' speedy hardware that includes the latest Intel Core i7 CPUs with up to 1TB PCIe SSDs and 16GB of DDR3 RAM.
The Asus ZenBook Flip S starts at $1,099, however, the company has yet to say anything on availability.Timelord science Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe, which the company calls most prestigious laptop in the world.Measuring in at 12.9mm and weighing just 1.1kg, it's incredibly light and thin for a 14-inch laptop in a 13-inch notebook shell. This is made possible thanks to its chassis being made of aerospace-grade metal. The Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe also sees the same nano-edge display that also uniquely features a 0.55mm thin sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for the cover glass. Configurations go up to an Intel Core i7, 1TB PCIe SSD and 16GB of RAM. If you want more power the laptop also connects to Asus' external GPU solution, the XG Station 2.In terms of inputs, it includes a glass covered touch pad and fully back-lit keyboard. The ZenBook 3 Deluxe also features quad-speakers with Harmon Kardon's Smart Amp technology to make it three-times louder than your average laptop.Asus has set the starting price for the ZenBook 3 Deluxe at $1,199, but again, hasn't mentioned availability.Move over MacBook Pro Rounding out the trio of Ultrabook announcements was the Asus ZenBook Pro. It amps up the power with an Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti and Intel Core i7 H-series (read: quad-core) processors.Over other ZenBooks, the Pro is further upgradable to a 1TB PCIe x4 SSD and 16GB DDR4 RAM.Despite all this power the ZenBook Pro is also thin and light at just 18.9mm thick and 1.8kg in weight. The 15.6-inch nano-edge 4K display is no slouch either.
The Pro also features a 14 hour battery life thanks to a 73WHr battery and can charge up to 60% after 49 minutes. Quad-speakers also find their way to the Pro for a 2.5x louder sound and 1.6x wider frequency response.The Asus ZenBook Pro starts at $1,299 with no word on availability.
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