Asus has unleashed a brand new spin on its ultraportable ZenBook 13, which the corporation is claiming is the world’s thinnest pocketbook with a discrete graphics card (in different phrases, an extra highly effective separate GPU versus built-in graphics).
- The Asus ZenBook 13 UX331 was revealed at CES again at first of the 12 months, weighing simply 985g, and this new mannequin provides a discrete GeForce MX150 for additional pixel-pushing energy.
Naturally sufficient, this implies it’s barely heftier, however nonetheless very trim at simply 1.12kg, with a thickness of 14mm, which means that it nonetheless simply qualifies as an Ultrabook.
That GPU is paired with an Intel Core i5-8250U processor (clocked at 1.6GHz with Turbo to three.4GHz), together with 8GB of system RAM, and storage is offered courtesy of a 256GB SSD.
The laptop computer has a 13.Three-inch show with a Full HD decision and an ultra-thin bezel. You additionally get a USB Type-C port, together with a pair of USB Three.zero connectors, an HDMI port, microSD card reader, and a full-size backlit keyboard.
Battery life is promised at as much as 14 hours, with fast-charge know-how which means the pocketbook will be juiced as much as 60% in 50 minutes.
The new ZenBook 13 UX331 (mannequin UN-WS51T) is now on sale in the US priced at $999 (around £720, AU$1,270). It’s obtainable in slate grey or royal blue color schemes.
Via Tom’s Hardware