ASUS has this week started selling its new VivoBook Flip 14 convertible notepad from $549 equipped with a an Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake-Y Core m3 processor SoC supported by NVIDIA GeForce 930MX graphics.
The hybrid mobile PC is also equipped with a 14 inch full HD display offering users a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and featuring an ultra-narrow ASUS NanoEdge bezel all enclosed in and aluminium shell.
ASUS explains more about the design of their new convertible notebook :
Fitting a 14-inch Full HD display into a frame size that’s typical of a 13-inch laptop isn’t easy — but the ultra-narrow 8mm NanoEdge bezel makes it possible. With its NanoEdge design, the VivoBook Flip 14 features an incredible 78.7% screen-to-body ratio and a larger display area for more immersive viewing. The Full HD display also features 178˚ wide-view technology to ensure that colors and contrast remain vivid and bold, even when viewed at sharp angles. This makes it the perfect solution for sharing content with friends and colleagues.
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To ensure ultimate durability, the precision-engineered stepless 360° metal hinge of the VivoBook Flip 14 was subjected to 20,000-cycle open-and-close tests. So you can rest assured that your VivoBook Flip 14 will be ready for any mode, anytime — for years to come!