ASUS ZenBook 14 and ZenBook Pro 15: top-end configuration with a display instead of a touchpad
The ExpertBook B9, ZenBook S and Flip S family of notebooks weren't the only ones in the ASUS range to be affected by the update. The company also introduced new models in the flagship segment, equipping the ZenBook 14 and ZenBook Pro 15 laptops with a unique touch display located in the touch-sensor area. In addition, the models received the latest Intel Tiger Lake processors and GeForce MX450 or GTX 1650 Ti graphics cards.
ASUS ZenBook 14 Ultralight and Screenpad
Given the good sales of the ZenBook 14 series, ASUS decided to release an updated generation of models, but in two modifications. ZenBook 14 Ultralight is positioned as an ultra-compact laptop weighing only 980 grams with a case thickness of 14.9 millimeters. The device's touchpad provides the ability to display a digital panel for quick work with numbers.
In the top configuration, the ZenBook 14 supports an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce MX450 graphics accelerator, 16GB of storage, and 1TB PCIe SSD. The device has a USB 3.2 Type port, a microSD card slot, a combo audio port, two Thunderbolt 4 Type C ports, and HDMI.
ASUS ZenBook Pro 15
In the ZenBook Pro 15, which the company presents as a solution for professionals, ASUS not only installed a proprietary 5.65-inch Screenpad in the touchpad area but also took care of the 15.6-inch OLED HDR main touch display with the most realistic color reproduction and 4K resolution. The top configuration of the new product includes an Intel Core i7 H-series processor, as well as a GTX 1650 Ti graphics accelerator.