Take the ZenBook Flip S, an 13. 9 millimeter thin beauty with a convertible 4K OLED screen. It weighs just 2. 6 pounds, and is ASUS’s first Evo-certified notebook. While it doesn’t look that much different than ASUS’s previous ZenBooks, there’s a lot going on under the hood.
It’s also a convertible, meaning it can be rotated into laptop, tent and tablet modes, and features a 1080p OLED screen. (Trust me, you’d be hard pressed to really see the resolution difference while watching video on a laptop. ) ASUS doesn’t mention any HDR support, but the addition of OLED alone gives it a leg up over most LCD screens.
Alongside the usual ZenBook upgrades, the company is unveiling several thin and light notebooks with gorgeous OLED screens and some of its slickest designs yet.
Given that the Flip 13 also features stylus support, it’s likely going to be a cheaper alternative for people who like the idea of the Flip S for slightly less. (We don’t have pricing details on any of these new machines, unfortunately.