Regarding the display, it's 15.6-inch NanoEdge 4K UHD ultraslim-bezel touchscreen and it uses PANTONE technology that offers a professional colour accuracy. Now have some PR. With the ErgoLift design making for better typing experience, the fine craftsmanship and adaptive design of the ScreenPad, ASUS provides a range of innovation enabling users to create what they know they are able to achieve. The VivoBook Flip 14 is also equipped with a touchpad-mounted fingerprint sensor and also supports the ASUS Pen active stylus for accurate input and writing.
The Asus ZenBook Pro 15 with ScreenPad will be available from July, worldwide. Additionally, the audio is Harmon Kardon-certified, so we're expecting loud, clear sound.
Featuring up to an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, the Asus ZenBook S (UX391) will be available from 11 June at a MSRP of Dollars 1,199 at Amazon, B & H, and other large retailers. On the other hand, the ZenBook Pro 14 is powered by up to the 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, paired with 16GB RAM and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 MAX-Q graphics.
Touchpads have always been a staple of laptops since their introduction in 1992 but since then, besides better accuracy and accompanying gesture-based software support, there just hasn't been much innovation.
Or, you can run special ScreenPad apps - available through the Microsoft Store - like a calculator, calendar, music player and numeric keypad. In its quest to make the ScreenPad viable, ASUS has announced that it will support dedicated apps, while at the same time surfacing contextual functions and controls for the app you're using on your main display.
ASUS have revealed their latest flagship notebook, the ZenBook Pro 15.
Locally, the ZenBook Pro 15 starts at $2999 for the i7-8750H/16GB/512SATA/GTX1050 configuration. Flawless for designers, it features a display with built-in ASUS Calibration Technology that provides the Delta-E colour difference of less than 3.0, while colour-accuracy tuning compensation makes it easy to calibrate display brightness and colour consistency.
As you might have guessed from the top GPU option, the ZenBook Pro isn't really designed for gamers. The ScreenPad is similar to the Touchpad found on the first generation Apple MacBook Pro launched two years ago.
In a world full of technology, there's nothing more frustrating than being one cable or adapter away from being able to quickly transfer files or share your screen. In addition, these laptops also feature USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A and USB 2.0 ports, HDMI output, and a microSD card reader for hassle-free compatibility with current peripherals, displays, and projectors.