Jan 06, 2017 10:38 AM EST
Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe: Has Everything that MacBook Pro Couldn’t Have – Likely to Become Laptop of the Year [VIDEO]
Asus has painstakingly revealed its weapon to tear down MacBook Pro in CES 2017. With the launching of Zenbook 3 Deluxe, will Asus take user's experience to the next level like what they did on their gaming laptops? See full details here!
Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe Key Specs
Asus might have crafted the Zenbook 3 Deluxe very well because the specs can be considered as high-performing specs. With the inclusion of Intel's latest chipsets for processor, the laptop is expected to take on MacBook Pro this year.
To begin with, Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe is powered by Intel Kaby Lake (Core i7-7500U) for the CPU where smooth performance can be seen through the laptop's 14-inch screen display with screen resolution of 1080p according to Laptop Mag. That will not be complete without the kickass 16GB of RAM coupled with 1TB PCle SSD which contributes to the 13 x 8.4 x 5 inches laptop performance.
Moreover, ports does matter to the netizens that's why Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe is equipped with three supports where two of them supports Thunderbolt 3 and one is dedicated solely for USB-C Ports. It can be recalled that netizens reacted when Apple decided to ditch the traditional ports to pave the way to the revolutionary USB-C ports.
On the other hand, Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe has notably outfitted the laptop to accommodate big screen area by trimming down the bezels and free up the space for the laptop's display. According to CNET, Asus has also made it possible to have 14-inch screen inside a 13-inch notebook but then again it has something to with eliminating the space taken up by bezels.
Furthermore, Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe is considerably thin with 12.9mm profile and lighter which weighs 2.42 lbs (1.1 kilograms). The notebook is expected to hit the store shelves in May 2017 with an introductory price of $1,699.
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