Asus Vivobook 2018: Back-to-school only got a lot some-more interesting

Asus has denounced a resources of new affordable Vivobook laptops, usually in time for a back-to-school rush.

The Vivobooks were denounced alongside a Zenbook Pro and Zenbook S during Computex in Taipei. Unlike their some-more costly Zenbook siblings, that concentration on a reward finish of a market, these laptops are unashamedly directed during mid-range buyers and students on a budget.

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Vivobook S15 (S530) and Vivobook S14 (S430)

Specs:

  • U-series 8th Generation Intel Core i7 CPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce MX150 dissimilar graphics
  • Up to 16GB RAM
  • Up to 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD storage

The Vivobook S15 and Vivobook S14 concentration on portability and have been designed to be as lightweight as possible. They import 1.8kg and 1.4kg respectively. Both also magnitude in during usually 18mm thick.

The dual laptops steal pattern elements from Asus’s latest Zenbooks. They have a same ‘Ergolift’ keyboard hinge as a some-more costly Zenbook S. The hinge raises a laptops’ chiclet keyboards to lay during a five-degree angle, in speculation creation them some-more gentle to form on. The complement worked sincerely good on a Zenbook S during my hands-on session.

They are also a initial Vivobooks to underline Asus’s ‘three corner NanoEdge’ shade design. The pattern means a 15 has an 86% screen-to-body ratio and a 14 an 84% ratio. Both laptops’ shade bezels are noticeably smaller than many affordable laptops as a result.

There’s now no word on possibly laptop’s cost or UK recover date. We’ll refurbish this beam when we get a information from Asus.

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VivoBook S13 (S330)

Specs:

  • U-series 8th Generation Intel Core i7 CPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce MX150 dissimilar graphics
  • Up to 16GB RAM

The Zenbook S13 is flattering identical to a S14 and S15 though facilities a ‘four-sided’ NanoEdge display. This allows for an even smaller 4.3mm bezel than a incomparable siblings. Asus claims that a considerable 89% screen-to-body ratio let them bucket a 13-inch shade into a framework a distance of a normal 11-inch notebook.

Outside of this it’ll have a same choice of 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processors and Nvidia GeForce MX150 dissimilar graphics as a 14 and 15.

There’s now no word on a cost or UK recover date. We’ll refurbish this beam when we get a information from Asus.

VivoBook Flip 14 (TP412)

Specs:

  • U-series 8th Generation Intel Core i7 CPU
  • Up to 16GB RAM
  • Up to 1TB SSD storage
  • Asus Pen stylus support

The Vivobook 14 is Asus’s latest affordable convertible. It lets we spin a laptop into a inscription by folding a shade onto a keyboard’s behind regulating a tradition 360 hinge.

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The 14-inch laptop is somewhat thicker and heavier than a non-convertible sibling, a Vivobook S14, measuring in during 17.6mm thick and weighing 1.5kg.

Its Nanoedge arrangement also has a somewhat incomparable 6.15mm-thin bezel, that equates to an 82% screen-to-body ratio.

Outside of this you’ll get a choice of i5 and i7 U-series CPUs and adult to 16GB RAM. The usually large disproportion is that it has Asus Pen stylus support and a heftier 1TB SSD storage option.

Like a other Vivobooks there’s now no word on a cost or UK recover date. We’ll refurbish this beam when we get a information from Asus.

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