The Asus ZenBook Flip 14 is the world’s thinnest 2-in-1 laptop
Asus announced its ZenBook Flip 14 (UX461) laptop. At just 13.9 mm thick, it ranks as the thinnest laptop in the world. The announcement was made at the IFA 2017 press event, where the company also revealed the updated ZenBook Flip 15 (UX561).
ZenBook Flip 14 specs and features
According to Asus, there’s nothing ordinary about this device, but there is a lot of “extraordinary.”
The device weighs only 1.4kg, comes with a 360-degree rotatable NanoEdge Full HD display touchscreen with ASUS Pen support and a discrete graphics card.
Asus promised the laptop would provide up to 13 hours of battery life. It also sports a fingerprint sensor for Windows Hello authentication. The ZenBook Flip 14 will come in Slate Grey and Icicle Gold.
The laptop is perfect for on-the-go creativity in tablet mode, stress-busting relaxation, and document-crunching in laptop mode.
The new Asus ZenBook Flip 15
Asus also announced the updated ZenBook Flip 15 (UX561) 2-in-1 laptop that will sport a 360-degree 15.6-inch display. The laptop is powered by the 8th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, will have up to 16GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM, a NVIDIA GTX1050 graphics, up to 2TB HDD and a 512GB SSD.
The laptop comes with USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 to support lots of accessories. Users will be able to choose from a NanoEdge 4K UHD of Full HD touchscreen display, and both of them will feature the precision-stylus support. The Asus pen support will take users beyond the boundaries of a traditional laptop.
The ZenBook Flip 15 will be available in Icicle Gold and Slate Grey.
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