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Asus shows compact ZenBook laptops with clear LED touch paddles on IFA



Asus has introduced six new ZenBooks at IFA in Berlin. The new laptops have compact, lightweight design and what the company described as "productivity enhancing features" for business and private users, including a new dual-touchpad.

ZenBook 13, 14 and 15

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Asus ZenBook 14, which shows the LED number plate on the touchpad.


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ZenBook 13 (UX333), ZenBook 14 (UX433) and ZenBook 15 (UX533) run on 8-generation Core i5 or i7 processors with up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB of PCIe SSD storage and discreet NvidiaGeForce graphics (MX 150 on 13 and 14-inch models, GTX 1050 Max-Q on ZenBook 15). All three laptops come with a 3D infrared camera that allows you to log in quickly through Windows Hello. The new design also has ultra-slim NanoEdge frames, which provide screen-to-body ratio of up to 95 percent.

The 13-inch and 14-inch models make up the lack of a plate on the keyboard by incorporating an LED illuminated license plate in the touchpad. SE: 20 pro tips to make Windows 10 work as you want (free PDF)

The The ZenBook 15 is big enough to accommodate a number pillow in its traditional position. New ZenBook laptops are built for military quality (MIL-STD-810G) and deliver battery life of between 14 hours (ZenBook 13 and 14, 50Wh battery) and 16 hours (ZenBook 15, 73Wh battery).

New ZenBooks currently do not have a release date beyond "Q4", while Asus says the prices will be verified "short".

ZenBook Flip 13 and 15

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Asus ZenBook Flip 13 and 15: 360-degree convertibles.


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Asus ZenBook Flip 13 (UX362) and Flip 15 (UX562) are 360-degree convertible touchscreen laptops that can also be used as tablets.

As mentioned above, the new Flip models have NanoEdge monitors that provide a more compact chassis with ten percent less footprints than previous models.

Flip 13 and 15 are powered by 8th generation Core i5 and i7 processors with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. The 15-inch model can also house a 2TB hard drive. While Flip 13 is limited to an integrated GPU, Flip 15 has a discreet Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Max-Q chipset, plus the possibility of a PANTONE-approved 4K UHD display feature that makes this model suitable for graphics professionals. [19659007] Flip 13 features dual-function touchpad with built-in LED-illuminated NumberPad, both models have the infrared Windows Hello camera, and it's an optional Full-HD camera with world-wide design designed for use with Windows 10's Mixed Reality Viewer. As with ZenBooks, the new MIL-STD-810G Flip models are compatible.

Asus ZenBook Flip 13 and Flip 15 will be available from the middle of the fourth quarter. The price is not yet confirmed.

ZenBook Pro 14

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Asus ZenBook Pro with ScreenPad.


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Asus also used the opportunity to showcase the ZenBook Pro 14, announced earlier this year, at IFA. This 14-inch laptop is designed for "very mobile artists, designers, programmers" and other "high performance professors".

ZenBook Pro 14 has 8-generation Core i5 and i7 processors, up to 16GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Max-Q graphics, 1TB PCIe x4 SSD and Intel Optane memory – a platform that allows this laptop can handle demanding tasks.

The key feature of the ZenPad Pro 14 is the ScreenPad, which combines the touchpad with a high resolution secondary 5.5-inch touchscreen. Featured desktop applications – including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint – offer close integration with ScreenPad to increase productivity; ScreenPad apps can also be downloaded from the Windows Store.

Asus ZenBook Pro 14 (UX480) will be available from the end of October, with prices to be verified.

New ScreenPad Applications

In addition to new hardware, Asus also announced new apps for ScreenPad, allowing users to use new features and features. New apps include Adobe Sign, Handwriting and SpeechTyper.

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