Here are the leaked photos of ASUS’ newest Flip devices

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The company’s latest devices were revealed in a presentation ahead of the VivoBook launch.

Meet the VivoBook Flip TP401, and ZenBook Flip UX370

There is one more “Flip” convertible notebook in the works these days and it’s called the VivoBook Flip TP401. ASUS is preparing for its release and the event follows the recent launch of the new ZenBook Flip UX370, a device that has recently passed through the FCC.

Notebook Italia presented an image from ASUS’ latest financial results presentation that reveal the latest Flip device. The image features the new VivoBook Flip and the ZenBook, and it’s captioned “empowering luxury for everyone”.

VivoBook Flip TP401, ZenBook Flip UX370 specs & features

It seems that the ZenBook Flip UX370 will be the placed on the highest level, and the VivoBook will occupy a place below it. The ZenBook Flip UX370 is named by the company “the ultimate luxury”.

The VivoBook Flip TP401 will be 15mm thick, and the ZenBook Flip 12mm thick. Their design look pretty similar and the VivoBook is able to flip its hinge 360 degrees. This means that it can go from laptop to tent or tablet mode.

The VivoBook Flip TP401 will probably run Intel’s newest 7th-gen Kaby Lake processors. According to Notebook Italia, the device will come with a 14-inch display featuring up to 512GB of SSD storage and a maximum of 16GB of RAM. It will also sport the optional dedicated NVIDIA graphics.

These are all the specs that were made available through the presentation, so we can’t say more until we will get a full unveil.

The VivoBook will probably launch at the Computex 2017, starting from May 30. The event lasts until June 3. At the same event, ASUS will make more gaming announcements alongside revealing its latest devices.

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