Over the past few years, Asus has incorporated OLEDs into nearly every machine in its production line. This year we are starting to add 3D without glasses.
Two machines, ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED and Asus Vivobook Pro 16X 3D OLED. Each comes with a 16-inch, 16:10 screen with a resolution of 3200 x 2000 at 120 Hz. Each can enter a “spatial vision” mode, splitting its resolution between the eyes.
I had a chance to try the screen on my Studiobook before CES and it worked. You could interact with his 3D objects like dinosaur models and watch 3D movie trailers.However, I could feel my head hurting a bit (we had that problem before these types of screens), hopefully the final version will be a bit smoother. We think this might be useful for some professionals working with 3D models to use in 3D space, but this is because the software they use needs to support this kind of display. It also means
When you’re not using Spatial Vision, you can turn it off and return to your normal high-definition OLED screen.
Both the Zenbook and Vivobook use next-generation Intel Core HX-series CPUs and Nvidia GeForce RTX GPUs. For the Studiobook, Asus promises 150W performance for the CPU and GPU combination, up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 8TB of PCIe 4.0 SSD storage. The Studiobook has built-in dials for use with select creative apps. Meanwhile, with up to 64GB of RAM and up to 2TB of storage, the Vivobook has a more basic build with a touch-based dial on the trackpad.
Another Vivobok Pro 16X OLED has either a 3.2K 120 Hz OLED screen or a 2.6K, 165 Hz display, but without the 3D effect.
We also welcome four new members to the Zenbook family. Zenbook 14 Flip OLED, Zenbook 14X OLED, Zenbook 14 Pro OLED, Zenbook Pro 16X OLED.
Flips is a 3.3lb convertible 2-in-1 with the next generation Intel Core P-series CPU, with up to 16GB LPDDR5-4800 memory and up to 1TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD storage. The screen is a 14-inch, 2.8K 90Hz OLED panel with TruBlack 500 certified HDR.
For basic graphics needs, the Zenbook 14X OLED pairs a next-generation H-series Core CPU with up to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 laptop graphics card. It supports up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 1TB storage, and combines two Thunderbolt 4 ports with USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 2 and HDMI 2.1. It has a 14.5 inch, 2880 x 1800 16:10 OLED touchscreen and runs at 120 Hz.
The Zenbook Pro 14 OLED uses an H-series Intel CPU and a next-generation RTX laptop GPU with Nvidia Studio drivers, and a MUX switch for switching between integrated and discrete graphics. It supports up to 16GB DDR5 with up to 2TB SSD storage and room to upgrade to 32GB. Asus allows a TDP of up to 105 watts on this system with its cooling. The screen is 14OLED with the same specs.
The 16X OLED looks like a Zenbook Duo without a second screen. The keyboard still lifts for more airflow, but there’s only one 16-inch 3.2K, 120Hz OLED panel.
Inside, things get more complicated.We have next-generation Intel CPUs (Asus didn’t reveal, but probably New 13th generation mobile chip) “System on Module” design with RAM in the CPU package. This will be paired with his unnamed Nvidia GeForce RTX laptop GPU. The system has a TDP of up to 155W and features a curved vapor chamber and liquid metal TIM cooling. This model comes with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 2TB of PCIe 4.0 SSD storage, plus an Asus Dial, 6 speakers and an FHD webcam.
Asus TUF Gaming
Asus has also announced a new TUF series. This is likely to be the best combination of price and performance. The latest model is the TUF Gaming A16 Advantage Edition, which pairs a next-gen Ryzen 9 CPU with Radeon RDNA 3 graphics for a maximum TGP of 120W. It uses DDR5 RAM and a PCIe Gen 4 SSD (exact specs unknown). still available), 16-inch display with 16:10 aspect ratio up to QHD 240 Hz.
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Other TUF Gaming laptops are the F15 and F17 (Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU), and the A15 and A17 (AMD CPU and Nvidia GPU). Both go up to 140W TGP and feature up to QHD 240 Hz displays. The biggest difference outside of CPU vendors is that the Intel version uses Thunderbolt 4 and the AMD option uses USB-4.
Asus said tom’s hardware Pricing and detailed specifications for all of its laptops will be closer to launch throughout the first and second quarters of this year.