ASUS announces the ZenBook UX306UA

ASUS announces the ZenBook UX306UA

ASUS has presented one more ZenBook model – the UX306UA. The new notebook has a lot in common with the older ZenBook UX305UA notebook and to underline this the ZenBook UX306UA comes with the same 13.3-inch display and nearly the same weight and thickness of 1.19 kilograms and 13.9 mm, respectively.

The new ASUS notebook is based on Core i7-6500U or Core i5-6200U Skylake processors and features Intel HD 520 graphics, up to 16 GB of DDR3L-1866 memory, solid state drives with capacities of 256 GB or 512 GB and IPS display technology. Speaking of this, the ZenBook UX306UA is available with displays that run at 1920 x 1080 pixels or at 3200 x 1800 pixels. The device supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi and comes with a SD card reader, a USB Type-C port, a USB 3.0 port, a microHDMI connector, a 57 watt-hour battery and Windows 10.

The ZenBook UX306UA notebook comes with a 2-year warranty. The price of the notebook is unknown.

Source: ASUS

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