Since launching our most extensive OLED laptop lineup from 2021 onwards, ASUS has earned itself the world’s number. Number one position in the market for OLED laptops. The wide range of high-performance lifestyle and creator Vivobook laptops unveiled today demonstrate that ASUS takes its time deciding the most important things to its customers.
Excellent performance for everyday productivity and a good quality display, and extended battery life is essential for nearly every user. The 2022 Vivobook lineup puts all of these aspects at the forefront, with improvements across the entire range to provide the best performance and stunning visuals.
“The Vivobook Pro series for aspiring creators is loaded with high-performance components as well as innovative features, like the latest 12th Generation Intel(r) Core(TM) H-Series and AMD Ryzen(TM) 6000 H-Series processors, with up to NVIDIA(r) GeForce RTX(TM) 3070 Ti graphics, ASUS IceCool Pro cooling systems with up to 140 watts of total thermal design power (TDP) The most significant 16 inches 3.2K OLED display with 120 Hz and ASUS DialPad, the ASUS DialPad virtual rotary control.
For those who require the best performance possible in a compact and lightweight design, the sleek Vivobook S series offers the most recent 12th generation Intel Core H-Series and AMD Ryzen 6000 H-Series processors that feature ASUS IceCool technological innovation that can deliver upwards of 45 W of TDP CPU performance. It also comes with the first in the world to feature 14.5-inch and 15.6-inch 2.8K 120 OLED displays at 120 Hz. Vivobook S series laptops are offered in various appealing new colours that the company said in a press release.
The other announced products also included the Vivobook 13 Slate OLED Philip Colbert Edition and the Vivobook 13 Slate OLED Steven Harrington Edition, two special limited editions of the highly versatile and vibrant 2-in-1 companion device that is already captivating the world with its elegant designs and stunning looks.
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