If you like your laptops thin and light then boy has Asus got the laptops for you.
Asus has dubbed its new ZenBook Flip 14 the “world’s thinnest 2-in-1 with high-performance discrete graphics,” which is an impressive qualifier if there ever was one.
Still, at just 13.9mm thick, weighing 1.4kg, and with a 14-inch 1080p screen in the footprint of a typical 13-inch laptop, the ZenBook Flip 14 is certainly portable enough.
Inside is an 8th generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor (otherwise known as Kaby Lake Refresh), along with 16GB of memory, and an Nvidia Geforce MX150 graphics card.
The MX150 certainly won’t win any speeds awards, but it should handle e-sports games without issue, as well as help speed up rendering tasks in compatible applications.
There’s also a 512GB PCIe SSD inside, a fingerprint sensor, and a battery rated for up to 13 hours of use. Prices start from €799.
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