The arrival of Intel’s 11th Generation processor Tiger Lake is set to be the beginning of a new journey for Intel. With a revamped, more artistic logo, attractive badging the company is looking forward to redefining its user’s experience. Needless to say, the OEMs will have a very important part to play in promoting Tiger Lake processor. ASUS has thus decided to be one of the first contributors to Intel’s cause. The Taiwan company has announced its new family of notebooks that would all be fueled by next-gen Tiger Lake. NVIDIA’s MX450 will also be welcomed into the ASUS family with this new lineup.
Looking at the ASUS ZenBook Lineup
According to our sources, ASUS has announced almost a dozen laptop systems which also includes convertibles. There’s quite a few among this lot that offers first-in-class features. The centre of attraction here would be the likes of ZenBook Flip S, ZenBook S, the ExpertBook B9 and ZenBook Pro 15. The aim of the new ZenBook series is to entice customers with the promise of convenience and accessibility. ZenBook Flip S is now the world’s thinnest OLED convertible and also the first to be verified on the Intel Evo platform. In ZenBook Pro 15 we now have the world’s smallest 15-inch 4K OLED laptop.
ASUS’s display has many appreciators and that’s a fact well known. VESA DisplayHDR™ 500 True Black and PANTONE® Validated certification are all hallmarks of the screen people would love to look at. With the introduction of Tiger Lake and Evo powered core the ZenBook Flip S offers two ThunderBolt 4 USB-C® ports, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A port, and an HDMI port. ZenBook Flip 15 presents precisely a great example of balance in creativity and productivity with Tiger Lake and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti. ASUS will surely place strong contention across all price ranges with the ZenBook series. Who’s more excited we, ASUS or Intel?
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