ASUS has recently launched three ZenBooks based on AMD’s Ryzen Mobile 3000 series APUs. One machine is a convertible ZenBook Flip 14 while the other two are traditional ZenBook 14. Everything which users expect from ZenBook branded laptops is included in these systems such as style, design, sleek aluminum chassis, robust connectivity, and NumberPad touchpad. The new ASUS ZenBook notebooks are powered with AMD’s 15 Watt Ryzen 7 3700U Mobile or Ryzen 5 3500U Mobile with integrated Radeon Vega graphics. These three launches from ASUS are – relatively basic ZenBooK 14 UM431DA, more premium ZenBook 14 UM433DA and the convertible ZenBook Flip 14 UX462DA.
These ZenBook systems are based on AMD’s Ryzen Mobile APUs feature and 14-inch InfinityEdge Full-HD display with or without touch support. And this display can cover 100% of the sRGB color gamut. Like today’s mobile PCs feature of thin bezels, the UM433DA is also packed with the same feature of the thinnest bezels while UM431DA is built with thickest bezels. The ZenBook Flip 14 UX462DA has a natural touchpad and it can work with the ASUS Pen and 360-degree ErgoLift hinge. Own Snap has complete details about a few more launches of this year.
For connectivity point of view, ASUS has enabled these three machines with a fairly standard 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-A, and USB Type-C connectors, an HDMI display output and a 3.5-mm audio jack. And for battery life concern, the ZenBook 14 UM431DA and the ZenBook 14 UM433DA are powered by 47 Wh and 50 Wh batteries that run for 12 hours after a single charge. But the convertible ZenBook Flip 14 UX462DA is built with a 42 Wh battery that runs for 9 hours.