Monday, January 6th 2020

ASUS Debuts Latest VivoBook and ZenBook Series Lineup at CES 2020

Today, at CES 2020, ASUS debuted its latest VivoBook and ZenBook laptop refreshes. The first in the lineup is the VivoBook S series, which is consisting out of VivoBook S333, S433 and S533 models. At the heart of these new laptops is the latest 10th generation of processors from Intel that is giving the ultra-portable notebooks power to perform everyday tasks with ease. In some configurations like S433 and S533, there is a choice of Core i7 and Core i5 Comet Lake CPUs, while the S333 model is rocking Ice Lake at its core. For Comet Lake configurations, there is a choice of Intel Core i7-10510U or Core i5-10210U processor, while Ice Lake powered models have a choice between Intel Core i7-1065G7 or Core i5-1035G1 processors. As far as graphics power goes, users can choose to use Intel iGPU, or add NVIDIA MX series GPU for an additional price increase.
All of the S333, S433, and S533 models have an LED-backlit, 1080p NanoEdge display with 178-degree wide-view technology from ASUS. When it comes to storage options, these laptops feature Intel Optane H10 memory in combination with up to 512 GB SSD. The amount of RAM is consistent across all three models too, with 8 GB being the base and 16 GB being the maximum. Connectivity is similar in all models featuring Intel Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) with Gig+ performance and Bluetooth 5.0 support. When it comes to battery power, these models have a 50Wh 3-cells lithium-polymer battery that features fast charging technology capable of charging 60% in just 49 minutes.

Another interesting update now comes to ASUS'es ZenBook Duo UX481 model, which is named "Duo" after its dual display where you have one main 14-inch 60 Hz 1080p NanoEdge touchscreen display with Pantone validation and one 12.6-inch touchscreen placed above the keyboard. This laptop also got the Intel 10th generation treatment in form of a Comet Lake processors, where you can choose from either Core i7-10510U or Core i5-10210U CPUs. It supports up to 16 GB of LPDDR3 2133 MHz RAM and up to two PCIe 3.0 SSDs, where one has 1 TB capacity and runs on 4 PCIe lanes, while the other can be configured up to 512 GB and runs on 2 PCIe lanes.
In addition to these models, ASUS also updated the VivoBook 14 and the VivoBook 15 models with 10th generation of Intel processors and NVIDIA's MX 330 graphics card with 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM. The laptops feature 14-inch and 15.6-inch screen respectively, however, they feature TN panels which are available in 720p and 1080p variants.
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Zen without the AMD? Nah brah.
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