The ASUS just announced at CES 2019, which began on Monday (7), a powerful laptop with Windows which can be a major competitor for Macbooks Pro from Apple, designed for professional use.
Named StudioBook S, the laptop features 17-inch, 16:10 resolution, Pantone scale validation, 180-degree flat screen, small enough to fit in bags designed for 15-inch notebooks.
The StudioBook S also boasts of 64 GB of RAM, 4 TB of storage, Intel Xeon E-2176M processor, Nvidia Quadro p3200 graphics, Wi-Fi 6 and more ports than a MacBook, including a USB adapter for Ethernet cable.
Asus also included two fans and five heatpipes designed to keep the laptop cool and quiet, less than 35 db, even if it is running at high speed.
An Asus novelty differential is on your touchpad, which lights a numeric keypad, a feature not available on the physical keyboard. According to the company presentation, simply press the upper right corner of the touchpad so that the numbers appear.
The StudiBook S is expected to hit the market by the end of the first quarter of this year. The value of the laptop has not yet been announced.