Asus, on the occasion of the Chinese new year, has announced 4 new powerful laptops, 2 each in its Zenbook and Transformerbook series. The laptops introduced in Zenbook series are UX305 and UX501. The new Transformerbook series notebooks are T100 and T300 Chi.
Asus T300 Chi is available with low power DDR3 4GB or 8GB RAM with/without 2K or full HD 12.5 inch LED inch IPS display for a starting price of 700 dollars (43000 Rs). It has 31WHr battery and Windows 8.1 operating system.
TransformerBook T300 CHI has 1.445 kilograms weight, quad-core 64 bit Intel Core M (5Y10 or 5Y71) processor, 128GB SSD and it is 7.2 millimeters thick.
Transformer book T100 chi on other hand features Intel 1.46 GHz Z3775 dual-core processor. It sails on the same OS as the T300 chi. This Asus laptop is priced at 27000 (450 dollars) and it offers 64GB of EMMC storage.
T100 Chi has an IPS 10.5 inch display built with light emitting diodes. It has 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution and 30 WHr battery.
UX305 laptop was announced in September last year. Today it has been officially launched. We expected Asus to price UX305 around 37K but we were wrong. Asus will sell this notebook for a price within 740 to 750 dollars.
This laptop features the thinnest quad HD screen ever made. It has a lightweight build and compact design. You can go through the full features of Asus Zenbook UX305 here.
Asus Zenbook Pro UX501 is the upcoming gaming laptop from the Taiwanese computer manufacturer.
This laptop has DDR3L 16GB RAM and it features an ultra high definition 15.6 inch IPS display. The Zenbook Pro UX501 supports 512GB SSD and it has internal 1TB storage memory.
This gaming laptop has a monstrous 96 WHr battery. It has quad-core Intel core i7 processor, Nvidia GTX series GPU with 4GB DDRR5 dedicated graphics memory, display, and Thunderbolt port. As it has high-end features, UX501 should be priced below 75000 Rs in India.
All these latest Asus notebooks feature HDMI and USB ports. They have an SD card reader, onboard WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0 and Ethernet connector. [Image source: Yahoo News]