Asus ZenBook Flip’s Tricks: Ultra-thin, Ultra-light – And Now Available In The U.S.
With a 360-degree hinge and efficient Intel Core M processor, the Asus ZenBook Flip is a sleek and cheap alternative to pricier ultrabooks. Asus’s latest ultrabook is 2.9 pounds, 13.9 mm thick and now available in the U.S.
Asus, a leading Taiwanese technology company founded in 1989, is known for its mobile device innovations. The ZenBook Flip UX360CA is no exception and showcases Asus’s best tricks. The ultrabook’s Intel Skylake Core M 6Y30 CPU processor keeps the system lightweight and extends its battery life. Unlike other hybrid PCs that double as tablet and laptop, the ZenBook Flip uses a passive cooling system that implements a fanless design. This means less noise and less power consumption. Its all-aluminum frame also helps keep the heat down. According to Asus, a fully charged battery should last up to ten hours. The system has a 13.3-inch touchscreen that is LED-backlit with a maximum resolution of 1920×1080.
The 360-degree rotatable display allows the system to convert with the ease from laptop to tablet and can even stop midway to stand on its own in a tent-like shape.
You can purchase the ultrabook starting at 258GB or 512GB for $699 and $799 respectively.