Asus promises to present something that has not yet been created

Asus promises to present something that has not yet been created

On September 2 ASUS will promote an event for the launch of its ZenBook Pro15 OLED model, and mentions that it will create the launch event online that something that has not yet been created

ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED lets you do it all in style: quietly, efficiently and clutter-free. It's the next-level stylish and powerful companion for productivity and creativity on the go, with an incredible 4K tactile OLED HDR display. It also features the ASUS ScreenPad Plus 4K secondary display with a new tilting design that offers seamless ergonomics and workflow.

Powered by an eight-core Intel Core i9 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GPU, the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED offers today, all the benefits of tomorrow's technology. The Zenbook is an ultrabook from ASUS, a well-known manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, and is considered the thinnest on the market, having only 3 mm on the front, and 9 mm on the back.

Thinner than Apple's MacBook Air, its design is based on the hands of the clock, according to the manufacturer. It is very resistant, with its chassis being made of aluminium, silver coloured (brushed aluminium).

Create the 'Uncreated' is the brand's claim, and the call for you to use the new ZenBook series to push all your boundaries and create what has never been imagined or dreamed of. ZenBook Pro Duo with the innovative ScreenPad Plus will help you break new ground and become a creative pioneer! ZenBook Pro 15 OLED is designed for powerful productivity and ready to help you create, anywhere, anytime.

The revolutionary ASUS ScreenPad 1 touchscreen puts control at your fingertips, while Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti discrete graphics, come together to deliver great performance. With a stunning 15-inch NanoEdge2 OLED display and 88% body proportion screen ZenBook Pro 15 OLED has all the reach and precision you need to realize your creative vision.

Source: Asus