New Asus computers featuring Kaby Lake processors:
- ZenBook UX330 laptop starting at $749 (already available)
- ZenBook UX310 laptop starting at $699 (already available)
- ZenBook UX510 laptop starting at $999 (already available)
- ZenBook Flip UX360UA 2-in-1 starting at $899 (available May 2017)
- Transformer Pro T304 2-in-1 starting at $999 (available May 2017)
- Zen AiO Pro Z240IE all-in-one desktop starting at $1,799 (available May 2017)
- Zen AiO ZN270IE all-in-one desktop starting at $999 (available May 2017)
- Zen AiO ZN241IC all-in-one desktop starting at $999 (available May 2017)
Kaby Lake processors offer mainly incremental upgrades and are 10 times more efficient than first-generation Core processors. However, it doesn’t bring the kind of huge improvements one might expect from a new generation of processors.
Kaby Lake is a relatively new processor model launched in August last year. One of its main improvements is its video engine upgrade, which allows computers to handle 10-bit content without much of an effort. Issues such as FPS rate drops and screen tearing are history on Kaby Lake-powered computers.
Kaby Lake processors are very powerful and reliable. Your Kaby Lake powered Asus computer is the perfect choice for multitasking usage. No matter the strain you put on your computer, Kaby Lake will definitely fuel the necessary power to complete all your tasks without any problem.
Speaking of Kaby Lake processors, Asus also confirms that its new ROG Z270 motherboards powered by Kaby Lake CPUs support overclocking of up to 5GHz with a 80% success rate. All it takes is a click in the BIOS thanks to the 5H OC profile which can be loaded via the Asus UEFI BIOS.
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