Asus has begun another pattern at CES 2019 with the dispatch of its ZenBook S13 PC. Rather than adopting the standard elective strategy to more slender bezels by moving the camera underneath the showcase, Asus chose to include an indent the bezel itself, leaving its presentation clean and score less.
The ZenBook S13 PC includes a turn around indent, which implies the typical score that eats up into cell phone shows has been transformed and now includes a knock the bezel. The showcase stays clean and the bezels stay ultra-thin put something aside for the little knock at the best which genuinely does not look all that terrible thinking about that it’s on a workstation (and not a cell phone). This diminishes the requirement for putting the webcam in odd spots, as in the console (Huawei MateBook X Pro) or beneath the presentation (2018 Dell XPS 13) that winds up investigating your noses or your body rather than your face.
The internals incorporates an eighth Generation Intel Core i7 chipsets, with up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of PCIe SSD stockpiling.
What’s cooler is the nearness of discrete designs. Asus has figured out how to pack in Nvidia’s GeForce MX 150 GPU which should give clients a chance to amusement at low goals. Huawei’s MateBook X Pro likewise highlighted a GeForce MX 150 GPU inside.
There are the typical USB-C ports a solitary USB-A port and an opening for perusing microSD cards. The typical unique mark peruser is additionally implanted into the trackpad and the workstation accompanies Windows Hello bolster. The evaluating subtleties for the equivalent are not out yet, but rather Asus has plans to dispatch the ZenBook S13 in Q1 this year. Reuters