With CES in full swing, brands are bringing out their big guns. Over at the Asus booth, gamers got a glimpse at the incredible ROG Mothership GZ700 gaming laptop, which may be one of the biggest guns in their armory yet. However, the company also has some exciting new developments across multiple categories of laptops as well.
To begin with, the ZenBook line sees two new additions to the family. First, the ZenBook S13 UX392 takes ultra-slim to a whole new level as this model’s 4-way NanoEdge design features their thinnest display yet, only utilizing 2.5 mm of the 12.9 mm thickness of the machine. Then, the ZenBook 14 UX431 offers an upgraded audio experience with two speakers that fire downward and a second pair of speakers that fire up from either side of the keyboard, while still keeping the balance between value and performance.
Next up, the Chromebook Flip C434 is the next generation of Chromebook. While these models are typically designed with students in mind, the C434 will help you graduate to a laptop that can help you transition to a more grown up lifestyle. This 2-in-1 touts a full 14 inch HD display, a 360 degree ErgoLift hinge, an Intel Core i7-8500Y, 8GB of RAM, and as much as 128GB of storage all masterfully crammed into a 15.7-mm chassis.
Finally, the StudioBook S W700 caters to those professionals that look for a lot more out of their computer than the average user. This all-new design is tailor made for content creators, designers, architects, and engineers. Featuring new shortcuts, a 16:10 aspect ratio that provides extra vertical real estate for toolbars, and exceptional Pantone validated colors thanks to 97% coverage of the DCI-P3 gamut, this mobile workstation lets you bring your office anywhere you need to go.
What do you think of the new line of Asus laptops? Are you excited by any of these new features? Do any of these seem like suitable replacement for your machine? Let us know in the comments.