ASUS debuts two new notebooks

ASUS debuts two new notebooks

ASUS has expanded its N Series of notebooks with two new models known as N552 and N752. There’s something in their names that suggests the display sizes of the newcomers – the N552 features a 15.6-inch display, while the N752 comes with a larger 17.3-inch display. The two new notebooks are designed for both business tasks and entertainment and come with powerful hardware inside.

The N552 and N752 are based on Intel’s latest 6th generation Core processors and can be ordered with up to an Intel Core i7 Skylake chip. The machines support up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics cards, up to 16 GB of the latest DDR4 memory and can be had with ultra-fast 512 GB PCI-E x4 1500 MB/sec SSD storage. In addition to this the notebooks have the newest USB Type-C port for easy connectivity as well as support for USB 3.1 for data transfers that are up to 20 times faster than what USB 2.0 can offer.

The new ASUS N552 and N752 can be ordered with IPS displays that support up to 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) and that offer 178-degree viewing angles. Moreover the displays support up to 72 per cent NTSC coverage, 100 per cent sRGB coverage and 74 per cent Adobe RGB for more accurate colors. The notebooks also have ASUS Splendid technology, which ensures that any kind of visual content is always displayed with the optimum settings and ASUS Eye Care mode, which reduces blue light levels by up to 33 per cent for a more comfortable experience.

To complement all this ASUS offers the N552 and N752 notebooks with ASUS SonicMaster audio with ICEpower technology and the ASUS AudioWizard software that lets users switch instantly between 6 preset modes to get the best audio from any kind of content. The devices have two front-facing speakers as well as an aluminum-clad lid and keyboard area and a LED backlit keyboard with an ergonomic 1.8 mm key travel.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: ASUS

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