ASUS Unveils 14-inch ZenBook 3 Deluxe

Today, ASUS uncovers one of the most beautiful laptops that run Windows operating system.The machine is called as the "ZenBook 3 Deluxe" and it is extremely thin with just a measurement of 12.9mm. And since it is very thin, it is light as well, at only 2.42 pounds.

According to The Verge, ASUS ZenBook 3 Deluxe will have a svelte body, which is packed with lots of excellent specs. The laptop is running the Kaby Lake Core i7 processor, have 16GB of RAM and a PCIe SSD of 512GB. Aside from that, the ASUS laptop also features three USB-C ports, two of which are 3.1 Gen 2/Thunderbolt 3 while the remaining one is USB 3.0 speed.

The new machine is one of a kind compared to its rivals, thanks to its leverages biometrics when logging that is incorporated with a Windows Hello compatible fingerprint reader. Its sensor is said to be located on the trackpad for easier access. According to ASUS, the ZenBook 3 Deluxe is now available to buy with a starting price of $1,699. It is available in many online stores such as Asus’ eShop itself, Newegg, Amazon, as well as B&H.

With this new release, Asus appears to directly compete with Apple’s new MacBook Pro that was just recently unveiled. It is also said to compete with the Surface Laptop of Microsoft by featuring a 14-inch LED 1920 x 1080 display. The specs of it, which includes the three USB ports, 16GB of memory, a bigger gig of storage, and its processor, makes very worth to buy and plus the Zenbook 3 Deluxe runs Windows 10 Pro.

The Taiwanese multinational computer company is currently offering the ZenBook 3 Deluxe in a blue-gold color scheme and gray-yellow one. Certainly, the blue-colored laptop is a signature brand and theme of ASUS. According to BetaNews, the Zenbook 3 Deluxe is considered as high-end in many regards. However, the display resolution is a little disappointing. The 1080p should be fine on a 14-inch screen, but for some reason, other people want better than that.


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