ASUS Zenbook Infinity offers amazing resolution

ASUS has come up with a new tech wonder, which this time comes to us in the form of the Zenbook Infinity ultrabook. The device comes with an extremely thin chassis (just 15.5 mm), made of high quality aluminum and Gorilla Glass 3 protection for the display.

If this is not enough for you then read this – the ASUS Zenbook Infinity has a 13.3-inch display that works at the amazing display resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Inside the ultrabook is powered by a dual-core Intel Haswell processor with an integrated Intel HD 5100 GPU and has 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD. The notebook also offers a number of connectivity options including but not limited to USB 3.0 ports, a card reader, a Mini DisplayPort and MicroHDMI outputs, 802.11ac Wi-Fi with Intel WiDi support and a 50 watt-hour battery. The ASUS Zenbook Infinity will run Windows 8.1.

Unfortunately this amazing ultrabook will hit the market later this year with December being the most probable month. The ASUS Zenbook Infinity will sell for around EUR 1500.


Source: Sweclockers

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