As happens with the arrival of each new Windows rendition, OEMs are gradually overhauling their current tablet lineups and dispatching new models that offer backing for the new desktop working framework – Windows 10 – from Microsoft and its new elements. One such organization that has been forcefully propelling new tablets is Asus. The Taiwanese innovation titan has propelled various portable PCs, running from low-end to top of the line sections following the arrival of Windows 10 on July 29. On Monday, it dispatched the Asus VivoBook 4K to expand its top of the line offerings.
OEMs slowly updating their existing laptop lineups and launching new models
The highlight of the Asus VivoBook 4K, as its name proposes, is its 4K/UHD (3840×2160 pixel) IPS show that keeps up a 16:9 perspective proportion. Customers have a decision between fifth or 6th era Intel Core i7 processor, with the base model including the double center Core i7-5500U. Clients can pick up to 12GB of DDR3L SDRAM, and a Nvidia GeForce 940M with 2GB DDR3 VRAM GPU. On the capacity front, clients have a decision between 500GB 5400rpm HDD, 500GB 7200rpm HDD, 1TB 5400RPM HDD, 1.5TB 5400rpm HDD, 2TB 5400rpm HDD, 128GB SSD, or 256GB SSD.
Different components of the Vivobook 4K note pad incorporate a Super-Multi DVD player, a 3-in-1 card peruser, a VGA camera, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port, one HDMI port, one VGA port, and one LAN RJ45 jack. Weighing around 2.3kg, the portable workstation likewise includes 2W stereo speakers, and a 2-cell 37Whr battery,
The organization says that the showcase highlights a wide 178-degree seeing capacities, and a 72 percent NTSC, clear hues, combined with organization’s homegrown ASUS Eye Care mode to lessen blue-light levels by 33% “to guarantee an open to review experience.”
On the product front, the VivoBook 4K runs Windows 10. The brushed-metal tablet comes in Icicle Gold, Glacier Gray, Black, and Navy Blue shading alternatives. The organization hasn’t divulged the retail value or accessibility of the portable workstation yet.