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ASUS launches new Zenbooks with AMD Ryzen processors

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ASUS, a Taiwanese tech company has today launched a set of AMD- powered Laptops, the ZenBook 14 and ZenBook Flip 14, at an event in Delhi. At the same event, it has also introduced the  AMD- powered, ultra-slim gaming laptop, the ROG Zephyrus G, and a gaming desktop ROG Strix GL10DH. Both the ZenBook 14 and ZenBook Flip 14 are powered by second-generation Ryzen Processor. The processor enables AI to be used for customization. Both these notebooks are ultra-thin in design as, according to ASUS, the ultra-thin category of laptops is in demand by the Indian consumer.

The ZenBook Flip 14 UM462DA

  1. It is powered by the second-generation Ryzen 7 3700U Mobile Processor, with AMD Radeon Vega 10 graphics, is meant to deliver a high-end visual experience on the go.
  2. It features an IR camera for fast and secure facial log-in, FHD IPS touch-screen and a stylus pen provided in the box.
  3. The screen flips over all the way back until it meets the back of the keyboard and in a way, becomes a tablet.

PRICE:

It is available in variants and cost for Rs. 64,990 and Rs. 74,990.

The ZenBook 14 UM431DA

ASUS launches new Zenbooks with AMD Ryzen processors

  1. It is powered by a Ryzen 5 3500U Mobile Processor with Radeon Vega 8 graphics.
  2. It comes with a battery life of 12 hours.
  3. It supports fingerprint sensor for authentication.

Price:

This model costs Rs. 59,990

Both the notebooks, the ZenBook and ZenBook flip comes with pre-installed MS office. They feature a quad-speaker set up and thin bezels design.

Arnold Su, Business Head, PC, Gaming & Commercial Products, Asus India, said, “The latest launch of AMD- powered ZenBook 14 and ZenBook Flip 14 takes the thin and light, power-packed offering a notch higher. The two laptops champion the cause of present-day creative individuals and multitasking professionals, by offering the perfect blend of mobility with design, weight with specs, and powerful computing performance, to execute a multitude of tasks. It doesn’t end here. We also have a stupendous AMD- powered gaming laptop, GA502, performing brilliantly, along with the first AMD CPU-powered gaming desktop ROG Strix GL10DH. We are hopeful that India’s new-age clan of creative mavericks and multitasking individuals will appreciate the latest offering.”

Apart from these 2 laptops, Asus also launches Asus ROG Strix GL10DH, a new gaming desktop which will start at Rs. 66,990. And really looks cool.

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