ASUS at IFA formally introduced its 14-inch ZenBook Pro UX480 laptop featuring the company’s ScreenPad, a touchpad with a built-in display. The notebook was demonstrated back in early June at Computex, but ASUS never disclosed its specs nor an availability timeframe. As it appears, the mobile PC is powered by Intel’s latest Whiskey Lake-U processor accompanied by NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX dGPU. ASUS intends to start selling the product sometimes in late October. The ZenBook Pro is a relatively new lineup in ASUS’ product range that is aimed at users demanding performance, portability, and style. Initially, ASUS introduced 15.6-inch versions of its ZenBook Pro laptops, but with the ZenBook Pro 14 UX480 it is adding 14-inch models into the family. Since the system is smaller, ASUS...
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