[Computex 2017] ASUS just announced a bunch of new laptops, but some of these laptops are over the $1,000 mark which makes them out of reach for shoppers on a budget, or for those who don’t really see the need to spend so much on a computer. If that’s you fret not because ASUS also has some lower-priced offerings.
The company announced the VivoBook S which they are calling a luxury for everyone to enjoy, and a laptop that won’t be breaking the bank. It will feature an aluminum chassis so you don’t have to worry about sacrificing quality for price, and it will also feature some pretty impressive specs like an Intel Core i7 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce 940M GPU, a combination of an SSD and a HDD, up to 16GB of RAM, and fast charging technology. There will also be a 15.6-inch Full HD display.
However for those who want a little bit more power and oomph in their laptops, not to worry as ASUS has you guys covered too, and this comes in the form of the ASUS VivoBook Pro. It will come with a 4K display and feature an Intel Core i7 H-series CPU, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 GPU, a dual fan design, Intel Optane memory, and HDD and SSD options. The company is also touting professional grade audio that is Harman-Kardon certified.
As for price, the ASUS VivoBook is set at $499 while the VivoBook Pro will go for $799.
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