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Asus ZenBook S13: Light ultrabook with thin bezels presented

Picture: Asus
(Post picture: © 2019 Asus)

CES 2019 in Las Vegas is in full swing. Asus has now introduced its first laptop with a pretty much borderless display. Unlike the Huawei MateBook X Pro However, if you don't do without the camera, you put it in a "notch".

While Asus is in casino town today Acer Swift 7 (2019) presented has, you have gone one better. As a "successor" or supplement to the presented models ZenBook 13, 14 and 15 at IFA 2018 The ZenBook S13 has now been presented in Berlin. The name says almost everything: it really is small - but also easy. At 1,1 kilograms, the ZenBook S13 is lightweight. The ZenBook S13 comes with a 13,9-inch display with FHD resolution. The display edges are only around 2,5mm thick. On the top there is an extra frame for an HD webcam.

Slimmed down hardware, but thinner and more compact

Inside, however, there is slimmed-down hardware. There is an Intel Core i5-8265 and an i7-8565U Proprocessor to choose from. A maximum of 16 GB of RAM can be selected. The integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 or alternatively the NVIDIA GeForce MX150 is available for graphics tasks. Of course not at all comparable with the top models from NVIDIA. The target group of this laptop is also correspondingly different.

A PCIe SSD with a capacity of 1 TB is available for your own data. In addition to a "normal" USB-A socket, there are also two USB-C Thunderbolt ports installed. A microSD card reader and a jack socket are also on board. The 50 WH hour battery should last around 15 hours with normal use. As an extra, there is a fingerprint sensor on the touchpad.

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