The ZenBook Pro UX501
Asus claims it the most powerful laptop. Its slim and compact chassis is 20.6mm thin for easy portability, and is clad in beautiful aluminum featuring the iconic ASUS spun-metal finish. Brushed metal surfaces and diamond-cut champers on the edges add brilliant highlights, and the keyboard surround is enhanced with a stylish laser-engraved ripple-effect pattern.
The ZenBook Pro UX501
15.6-inch VisualMaster multi-touch display with a pin-sharp 4K/UHD 3860 x 2160 resolution — four times higher than Full HD — and an incredible pixel density of 282PPI for stunningly-detailed and lifelike images. IPS technology with wide 178-degree viewing angles ensures that colors and contrast are not degraded from any viewing position.
It also has high-performance components including a powerful quad-core 6th generation Intel® Core ™ processor, gaming-grade NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 960M 4GB DDR5 graphics and the world’s fastest 256GB PCI Express® (PCIe®) x4 SSD. Despite its breathtaking performance, ZenBook Pro UX501 offers users an outstanding battery life of more than six hours from its high-capacity 96Wh lithium-polymer battery. Stylish Notebook with ultra-fast SSD storage.
The ZenBook UX305LA
It is powered by the new 6th generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor for seamless multitasking, and features a lightning-fast up to 512GB solid-state drive (SSD). The crisp, vibrant and stunningly-detailed 13.3-inch display has an up to FHD resolution of 1920×1080 pixels
Starting Monday right by finishing all the backlogs and writing about one #MyIncredibleStory.
Asus held an event in Valkeyrie a few weeks ago for the launch of new Asus Laptops. The new laptops are packed with 6th generation Intel® Core ™ processors for extra mobility and improved performance. Plus it is now made even made better with pre-installed Microsoft Windows 10.
Asus also introduced the new desktop with Real-Sense Technology. I wish they introduced and let the guests experienced the Real-Sense Technology. Remember back in May when I attended the Tech World in Beijing? I was one of the presenters of the Real-Sense Technology and we got to play with it.
During Tech World where I got to experienced Real-Sense Technology
Anyway, the event worked like a reunion for bloggers. I got to see some of the bloggers I haven’t seen for a while!
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I am not an Asus laptop user, but it is interesting to know that more and more brands are offering different laptop choices for consumers with different needs.
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