Back in May during Computex, ASUS announced the Zenbook 3 laptop. However fast forward to today at IFA 2016, it seems that ASUS is introducing the Zenbook 3 again. If you haven’t purchased your Zenbook laptop yet, you will be pleased to learn that you have made a very good decision.
This is because with this reintroduction, ASUS will be giving the Zenbook 3 an upgrade to Intel’s Kaby Lake processors which is the latest generation, versus the 6th generation Skylake chipsets that would have found its way into the laptop earlier this year, and given all that we’ve heard about Kaby Lake, this can only be a good thing.
In case you missed the announcement at Computex, the Zenbook 3 is an ultrathin laptop so if that’s a form factor you’re after, it could be worth considering. Users will be able to configure the laptop to pack hardware specs like an Intel Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB of PCie Gen3 SSD, and it will also come with Harman Kardon audio with four built-in speakers, thus transforming this laptop into a truly multimedia device.
Unfortunately going for the top of the line specs won’t come cheap as it will set you back around 1,999 euros, but fret not as keeping it simple should be able to reduce some of those costs.