Asus prepares to launch its first 13.3-inch 2-in-1 laptop with OLED display. According to Asus, the 13-inch Vivobook Slate laptop will be able to display 1.07 billion colors. The Asus Vivobook Slate widescreen display has a 16: 9 aspect ratio with 100% coverage of the DCI P3 color spectrum. So in the Asus Vivobook Slate laptop we will see deep layers of black. In addition, Asus claims that the display emits up to 70% less harmful blue light with a delay of 0.2 milliseconds compared to LCD displays. The maximum screen brightness of this model is 550 nits.
Next to the detachable display of the Vivobook Slate laptop Asus has four speakers equipped with Dolby Atmos technology in this laptop, which according to the company uses a smart amplifier to provide the maximum possible volume without scratches. Asus claims that the sound power of these 4 speakers is 3.5 times that of a standard amplifier. The Asus Vivobook Slate 13-inch laptop supports Wi-Fi 6, which can be very useful for gamers. The Asus Vivobook Slate is powered by an Intel quad-core processor clocked at 3.3 GHz, up to 256 GB of SSD memory and up to 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM.
Two USB-C ports, a 3.5 mm audio jack A microSD port can be seen in this laptop, which together with a 5-megapixel front camera and a 13-megapixel rear camera, form the camera system of this laptop. A full-size keyboard, stand, and Asus 2.0 stylus also come with the laptop. The stand of this laptop uses a 170-degree hinge, which makes it very easy to use. The Asus 2.0 pen also has a replaceable tip, and you can hold it in a magnetic pen holder.
According to Asus, this device can work for more than 9 hours on a single charge. The company also believes that you can charge the battery of this laptop up to 60% of its capacity through the USB-C port in 39 minutes. The Asus Vivobook Slate 2-in-1 laptop with its 13-inch display will be available in December with an initial price of $ 600. Of course, different models of this laptop, designed with the help of artists such as Steven Harrington and Philip Colbert, will be introduced next year.
Technology analysts refer to this laptop as a competitor to the Surface. Like the Asus laptop, Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 8 is a 2-in-1 product. 2 in 1 is a combination of tablet and laptop, so it's not bad to take a look at this very attractive Microsoft product. Although over the past few years we have seen changes in the design and capabilities of the Surface Pro, but with the 8th generation these changes have reached their peak and we are witnessing extremely beautiful, efficient and attractive products with good capabilities.
Among the most important changes Compared to its predecessor, the Surface Pro 8 has a 120Hz display that has a smaller margin and a larger display. The display that Microsoft intended for this tablet is 13 inches large, and Microsoft has named it PixelSense Flow. In addition to being larger than most 12.3-inch displays used on most Surf Proes, it also has a small bezel to make it appear larger than it actually is. It also has a higher image resolution and uses features such as Dolby Vision and color matching technology.
Another advantage of the Surface Pro 8 display is its Dynamic Refresh Rate (Windows 11) feature. The use of this feature is quite similar to the technology that Apple has used in products equipped with its promotion display or Samsung in the LTPO display of its phones. The task is that depending on the type of activity you are doing, the tablet changes its refresh rate to consume less charge. Microsoft has taken this feature for a better and smoother experience when touching different options on the screen, and the end result seems to be amazing in practice. The Surface Pro 8 also features a new keyboard with space for a Slim Pen 2. In fact, the stylus is hidden in this area and the user can access it by dragging the keyboard down.
The hardware capabilities of the Surface Pro 8 are also very attractive. Microsoft finally added the Thunderbolt 4 port to the tablet and removed the USB-A port from it. Thus, this product now comes to market with two USB-C ports of Thunderbolt 4 and the same famous charger port of Surface Connect. The Surface Pro 8 will be launched with 11th generation Intel processors that also have quad-core processors. In addition to these Core i5, Core i7 and even Core i3 generation processors, 8 to 32 GB of RAM will be used to complete all your activities with the highest possible speed and quality.