#ASUSNotebookStandout highlights: MauWrob and an entire new line-up of convertible notebooks | Hungry Geeks | Latest news

ASUS just brought an entire line-up of VivoBook, VivoBook Flip and ZenBook Flip notebooks into the Philippine market during their Edge of Beyond #ASUSNotebookStandout launch.

Helping these new ASUS notebooks stand out is none other than Maureen Wroblewitz, their newest brand ambassador.

ZenBook Flip S

The star of the show – the ZenBook Flip S is the world’s thinnest convertible laptop. It comes with a NanoEdge display, either an Intel Core i7 7500U or 8550U configuration, a 512GB SSD and 16GB of RAM and will retail starting at Php84,995.

ZenBook Flip 15

If you’d like something more powerful in the graphics department, the ZenBook Flip 15 comes with a discrete GPU – either an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 or MX150, yet retails the 360 degree flippable display. Configuration options are 8GB RAM with either a 1TB HDD+128GB SSD or 512GB SSD. Depending on which one you’re getting, the ZenBook Flip 15 sells for Php69,995 starting price.

VivoBook Flip

The more affordable VivoBook Flip series comes in two variants – you get to choose between a 14- or 15-inch display at Php39,995 and Php59,995, respectively. The 14-inch model comes with an Intel Core i5-7Y54, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD storage, while the pricier 15-inch model has a Core i5-8250, 8GB RAM and 1TB HDD+128GB SSD storage.

VivoBooks for those on a budget

ASUS also introduced a couple of new notebook models that are easier on the wallet, the VivoBook E402 and the VivoBook E12. These models will retail for Php14,995 and 13,995, respectively.

The VivoBook E402 is an 11.6-incher notebook with Intel Celeron N3450 processor, 4GB RAM with an option for either 500GB or 1TB storage, while the lower-priced VivoBook E12 features an Intel Celeron N3350, 2GB RAM and 500GB storage.

All of the above ASUS ZenBook Flip and VivoBook Flip models will come with an ASUS Pen, allowing you to draw, write and annotate from within supported apps. It features near-instant response, 1024 pressure levels and can handle up to 300g of pen tip force.

Availability for these notebook models are yet to be announced.



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