Meet the world’s thinnest convertible — the
Flip S UX370. Announced Monday at Asus’ press occasion at Computex in Taipei, the laptop computer has a 13.Three-inch 4K touchscreen show that flips round.
The ZenBook Flip S is a convertible that options 4 modes: Laptop, Tent, Presentation and Tablet, and weighs in at simply 1.1 kilograms. It will go for $1,zero99, which roughly converts to £855 or AU$1,480. It runs Windows 10 and has an Asus Pen for writing and drawing utilizing Windows Ink. To log in rapidly, there is a fingerprint sensor like those you discover on smartphones.
Besides its spectacular gentle weight and slim profile, the laptop computer additionally packs two USB Type-C ports and Intel’s seventh-generation Core i7-7500 processor that guarantees nice efficiency. Unlike the ZenBook Pro although, the Flip S lacks discrete graphics, so do not count on to do heavy gaming with this.
What you possibly can count on is a beautiful 4K show on what Asus is looking the thinnest convertible ever made. At underneath 11mm (zero.43 inches) thick, it is arduous to argue with their claims. Getting a fast hands-on with it confirmed these hinges had been going to drag their weight, seamlessly folding away and supporting the display screen at any angle.
It additionally companions with the Asus Stylus, which suggests Windows Ink compatibility will get very attention-grabbing. And for what it is price, Asus’ claims of three-times quicker boot speeds from standby appeared to carry up underneath the new lights on the present ground.
- Intel Core i7-7500 processor
- 10.9 mm thick, 1.1 kg
- Four person modes
- Two USB Type-C ports
- $1,zero99 (round £855 or AU$1,480)
Check out the remainder of CNET’s Computex 2017 coverage here.