ASUS is moving its entire productivity range over to OLED panels as the company has introduced its new Vivobook Pro, ZenBook Pro Duo and ProArt Studiobook Pro notebooks. ASUS says the new notebooks have been build with OLED in mind right from the ground up and deliver industry-leading technology both in performance and display calibration.
The company has also announced a new technology built into the ProArt Studiobook Pro range called the “ASUS Dial”. This nifty contraption allows gives users easy access to a range of options by simply rotating the nob. ASUS has also tailored specific applications such as Photoshop, Premier and other apps to work seamlessly and provide instant access to tools.
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The entire new ASUS Creator range comes in different models and configurations. Some pack Intel CPUs and others include AMD Ryzen CPUs. ASUS has created a flexible range of creator notebooks to fit all types of life. The Vivobook Pro and Pro X target the casual creator. The Zenbook Pro and Pro Duo aim to the advanced creator. In addition, the ProArt Studiobook is top-of-the-range and is for industry professionals.
All of these new ASUS notebooks have one thing in common and that is the OLED panel. ASUS says the panel packs 100% DCI-P3, 133% sRGB Colour Gamut and is Pantone validated. In addition, the company has worked on various calibration methods to reduce harmful blue light, keep clarity in low brightness and prevent burn-in through pixel shift and refresh methods.
ASUS ProArt Studiobook / Pro Key features
- Up to AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX / Intel Core i9 11900H
- Up to NVIDIA RTX 3070
- Up to 4TB M.2 SSD Support
- Up to 64GB of RAM
- 16-inch 16:10 4K 60FPS HDR OLED Panel
- ASUS Dial
- Touchpad Stylus Support
- HDMI 2.1 / 8K 120Hz / 10K 60Hz
- Harmon Kardon Sound
ASUS Vivobook Pro Key Features
- Up to AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series
- Up to NVIDIA RTX 3050Ti
- 1TB M.2 SSD
- Up to 32GB RAM
- 14 / 15 / 16 – inch displays with up to 16:10 4K OLED
Local pricing and release date to be announced at a later time. ASUS says the range should arrive in SA in Q4 2021. We will keep you updated.