Besides officially announcing its AMD and NVIDIA-powered TUF Gaming FX505D gaming notebook, ASUS also lifted the veil off several other AMD Ryzen-driven notebooks. Those notebooks are the ROG Zephyrus G gaming notebook, the VivoBook Ultra A412, and ZenBook Flip 14.
First announced back in April this year, the ROG Zephyrus G is the latest addition to the brand’s Zephyrus lineup. It differs from its siblings, both simply because – and obviously – it is the first notebook under the Zephyrus lineup to be ship out with a AMD’s 12mn Ryzen 7-3750H CPU, as well as NVIDIA’s Turing-powered GeForce GTX 1660 Ti notebook GPU.
Other hardware specifications include 8GB DDR4 RAM (expandable up to 32GB), an NVME PCIe SSD with a capacity of up to 512GB. Plus a thin bezel, 15.6-inch Full HD display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Ports-wise, the Zephyrus G hosts an HDMI 2.0b port, an RJ45 LAN port, a USB-C port with support for DisplayPort 1.4, and three USB 3.1 Type-A ports.
The ASUS Zephyrus G will retail at an SRP of RM4999. The notebook will be available at all authorised resellers sometime in July, although ASUS did not provide an exact date.
Moving on, ASUS also introduced its refreshed VivoBook Ultra A412 notebook. Specs-wise, the notebook is fitted with a Ryzen 5-3500U processor, complete with a Radeon Vega 8 integrated GPU, and 4GB DDR4 RAM. For storage, the VivoBook Ultra A412 is handled by a 256GB SSD. The display is a 14-inch Full HD featuring a thin bezel design.
The ASUS VivoBook Ultra A412 will retail for RM2199, and is available starting today.
Last on ASUS’ list is the ZenBook Flip 14, it’s 2-in-1 convertible notebook. As with all notebooks announced today, the ZenBook Flip 14 comes fitted with an AMD Ryzen CPU. Specifically, a Ryzen 7-3700U.
Additionally, the notebook also comes with a 14-inch Full HD touch display that is also rotatable. For memory, the ZenBook Flip 14 can be fitted with up to 16GB DDR4 RAM, while the maximum storage capacity is a 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD. The ZenBook Flip 14 also features a touchpad that also doubles as the numeral pad, as well as a built-in IR camera for fast and secure facial log-in.
At this point, we were expecting a local price and availability date. Unfortunately, ASUS had informed us that the ZenBook has yet to receive a launch date, and therefore was unable to provide us with a local price for the machine.