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ASUS ZenBook Flip S UX371 Overview

Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake lineup has been one of the biggest releases in the past few months. If you want to get your hands on a Tiger Lake powered notebook, then check out the ZenBook Flip S UX371. This thin, lightweight, and fully convertible notebook takes its utility to the next level – from a traditional notebook to a high performing tablet. Let’s have a look at the ZenBook Flip S and see what’s sp unique about this notebook.

Specifications

The new ZenBook is powered by the Core i7-1165G7 processor, the second-fastest in the Intel Tiger Lake-U lineup. It has a base clock speed of 1.2GHz and a maximum boost of 4.7GHz. It packs 12MB of L3 cache to feed the fast four cores on the chip. Having such a high performing processor is almost like winning a jackpot at a reputed platform like JackpotCity online casino!

The ZenBook Flip S UX371 comes with 16GB of LPDDR4X-4266 RAM. Unfortunately, the RAM here is directly soldered to the motherboard; so it can’t be removed or upgraded. As for the storage, it comes with an M.2 2280 PCI Express 3.0 NVMe SSD (ranging from 256GB to 1TB). You can connect with external devices and networks using the Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax from Intel and an integrated Bluetooth 5.0 setup.

Design and Display

The enclosure is made of aluminum, and the lid comes with a brushed surface containing the ASUS logo. If you are one of those who like black colored notebooks with a tinge of shinny elements, then you would love this design. The best part is the 13.3″ OLED display.

You can max out the display at 500 nits, which is pretty insane. ASUS says that this display comes with a TÜV Eye Care certification. We have also been amazed by the 10-point touch system; it can recognize multiple touch patterns and support the stylus (Windows ink compatible). These two features lend superb usability in the tablet mode.

Areej

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