Asus’ latest ZenBook laptops feature Intel’s 11th Gen CPUs and Thunderbolt 4 ports

Promising long battery life and solid performance

Curated via Twitter from The Verge’s twitter account….

The ZenBook S (and as a matter of fact, almost all of Asus’ new laptops announced today) is, as mentioned, powered with Intel’s 11th Gen processors, starting with a Core i5 variant and working up to a Core i7 variant with Iris Xe architecture graphics.

Asus announced its next wave of Zenbook laptops for release later this fall that will run on Intel’s 11th Gen processors — only days after it announced similar versions that run on Intel’s 10th Gen processors.

Like the other models mentioned, they’ll support Intel’s 11th Gen processors with Iris Xe graphics, fast RAM, and Thunderbolt 4 ports, along with Nvidia’s MX250 graphics.

Asus is technically making three versions of the new ZenBook 14. One puts a second 5. 6-inch ScreenPad display into the trackpad section, so you can use it to multitask by watching a YouTube video or some other app down there, or just use it as a standard trackpad.

Asus claims that the ZenBook Flip S is the thinnest 2-in-1 laptop that has support for an OLED screen.

The flagship ZenBook S is 15mm thick and weighs 2. 9 pounds. It has a 13. 9-inch IPS touchscreen (3300 x 2200) with a 3:2 aspect ratio, 500 nits at peak brightness, and 100 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

It also supports Intel’s 11th Gen processors, but Asus will use a single Core i7 variant with Iris Xe graphics for the Flip S.

As for specs, it will support up to Intel’s Core i7-10750H processor with one Thunderbolt 3 port (though it won’t support USB-C charging), and it comes standard with the Nvidia GTX 1650 graphics chip with support for up to the GTX 1650 Ti.

Asus is angling the ZenBook Pro 15 as the high-performance machine for creators who want an OLED screen and features like an SD card slot.

The styling of this model is similar to the ZenBook S, though the Flip is slightly lighter at 2. 6 pounds and has a more compressed 16:9 aspect ratio display.

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