Laptop, Tablet or Both?

We live in an age when it is impossible not to have a PC. It is needless to say that people who are connected to digital drawing, graphics or gaming have faced the problem of quite a difficult choice: to buy a tablet for sketching and graphics? to buy a gaming laptop? or just to buy a computer in order to use it for coding, working and studying? And how not to go bankrupt on the one hand but fulfil your ambitions on the other one?

This year Asus has come up with the solution and presented Asus ZenBook Flip 14.

Firstly, the sleek four-sided NanoEdge design makes ZenBook extra slim and compact, with an amazing 90% screen-to-body ratio. Its Core™i7 processor (10th Gen Intel® CPU), up to 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD, Windows 10 Pro and gaming-grade graphics (discrete graphics chip supercharges your laptop for work or play) give you effortless performance for on-the-go productivity and visual creativity.

Secondly, the 360° ErgoLift hinge. This innovation also lifts and tilts the keyboard into a comfortable typing position when the display is opened beyond 135°. Otherwise, you turn the display on 360° and, in a moment, you have a tablet in your arms. Now, all you need for sketching or graphics is taking a stylus and a couple of free hours. For this reason, the laptop has the touch display and a perfect fixation of the display thanks to well-made hinges.

Thirdly, the new ScreenPad 2.0 upgrades the traditional laptop experience, adding an interactive secondary touchscreen. Its intuitive smartphone-like interface lets you easily manage tasks and create your own seamless multitasking workflow. There are useful quick controls that improve the interactions between the main display and ScreenPad: for instance, you can now launch a video or chat box — or many other apps — onto ScreenPad to take advantage of the extra space wherever you are, and without interrupting your work on the main display.

Taking everything into account, Asus has not presented an outstanding nor unusual design of their laptop. They have not added a fantastic camera, have not invented something new instead of facial log in. Nevertheless, this laptop charms customers and it is almost impossible to find something more universal than ZenBook Flip 14 nowadays.






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2 thoughts on “Laptop, Tablet or Both?

  1. Avatar Nelson Adam says:

    Great Blog! I think Asus offers great value for money, I personally own a Asus laptop and I love it. It handles anything I throw at it 🙂

  2. Avatar Bogatyriov Oleg says:

    The way ASUS makes laptops for designers is incredible! I hope some of these features will be added to other laptops on a regular basis.
    Great job!

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