- Dec 17, 2013
ASUS is bringing high-end notebook internals to more affordable price points with its new VivoBook laptops.
The announcements at ASUS's Taipei press conference today weren't limited to super-high-end products like the ZenBook Pro. The company also debuted two new, more affordable devices in its VivoBook range, with specs to rival expensive competitors, and hardware designs that look good, but won't turn quite as many heads. Both the VivoBook S and VivoBook Pro are 15.6-inchers, with the main difference between the two being U-series and H-series Intel chips, and NVIDIA 940MX versus GTX 1050 graphics.
They're decidedly mainstream-looking laptops, with such crazy things as full-sized SD card slots and Ethernet ports littering the sides. But maybe that's just what you're after in a notebook. Let's take a closer look.
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