ASUS has recently launched its latest ultra-portable ZenBook 13, which the company has claimed to be the world’s thinnest notebook with a discrete graphics card. To be precise, the laptop with a more powerful separate GPU as opposed to integrated graphics.
It was in CES 2018, where the Asus ZenBook 13 UX331 was first revealed this year. Weighing only 985g, this new model also adds a discrete GeForce MX150 for extra pixel-pushing power. Even after this, it is still very trim at just 1.12kg, with a thickness of 14mm, meaning that it might be also regarded as an Ultrabook.
Further specs reveal that GPU is paired with an Intel Core i5-8250U processor, clocked at 1.6GHz with Turbo 3.4GHz, along with 8GB of system RAM, and storage is provided courtesy of a 256GB SSD.
Also, the laptop has a 13.3-inch display with a Full HD resolution and an ultra-thin bezel. Users might as well get a USB Type-C port, along with a pair of USB 3.0 connectors, an HDMI port, microSD card reader, and a full-size backlit keyboard.
The Battery life is promised at up to 14 hours, with fast-charge technology that means the notebook can be juiced up to 60% in 50 minutes.
Right now, the new ZenBook 13 UX331 is now on put on sale in the US priced at $999 which is around £720, AU$1,270, invariants of slate gray or royal blue color schemes.