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Asus Zenbook Flip S : World's Thinnest Hybrid Convertible Is Here

May 30, 2017 05:59 PM EDT

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Asus has already made an ultimate remark with its range of convertible devices. Now the tech giant has taken its step to level up this thrill to the next level. With this focus, the company just unveiled its next sets of convertibles under its Vivo and Zenbook. What is more amazing, Asus just removed the wraps from its newest Zenbook Flip S, which it regards as the world's thinnest 2-in-1 convertible masterpiece.

According to Tech Radar, the laptop measures to be merely 10.9-mm thick. Asus Zenbook Flip S holds a weight of 1.1 Kg only which is even lesser than Apple's slickest MacBook, which was earlier considered to be the slimmest machine made ever. For this incredible creation, Asus reportedly went through an innovative hinge designed out of steel alloy, which only measured about 3.9-mm thickness. Asus Zenbook Flip S boasts ultra-thin vapor-chamber cooling system which lets out external heat in moments. The convertible comes with a body made of aluminum panels which are marked as airplane grade quality.

The Indian Express pointed that, besides of slick design, the laptop also equips some of the most spectacular range of specs and features. Asus Zenbook Flip S is powered by Intel's 7th Gen Core i7 processor. The convertible runs on Windows 10. It boasts an ultra-fast 1TB Solid State Drive as internal storage. Asus Zenbook Flip S comes with a splendid hinge that could be rounded at 360 degrees basis. Additionally, Asus offers 20,000 guaranteed flips to the buyers.

As for the display, Asus Zenbook Flip S flaunts a 13.3-inch QHD front panel having 4K resolution capability. The thinnest machine also comes with an unbeatable price tag. Asus Zenbook Flip S costs $1,099. The color options (if any) for the magnetic stunner and availability of the same are still mysteries. Asus is expected to release the convertible machine in the market by the end of June 2017.

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