Earlier this year, ASUS teased the ZenBook 17 Fold OLED tablet (UX9702) with a promising design.
Just imagine having a cool tablet that can be converted onto a laptop, with all the convenience of recently-released foldable smartphones. After months of preparation, the Asus Zen
ASUS took to the IFA conference to finally “kick” the product into the market. To those unaware, the device fits in the hybrid category since it can be either a tablet or a lap
It packs a 17-inch OLED screen with 2,560 x 1,920 pixels and a 4:3 aspect ratio.
It comes with 500 nits of brightness and Bluetooth support. Therefore, you can hook ASUS’s Bluetooth keyboard or a third-party Bluetooth keyboard and use the product as a monitor
If you’re in the need of a tablet, you can also use it as a tablet, after all, it has a touch screen. However, it may not offer the best experience for tablet users, since it’s
ASUS equipped its ZenBook 17 Fold OLED with an Intel Core i7-1250U processor plus 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM. There are 2 performance cores and 8 efficiency cores providing enough power f
In terms of connectivity, the product packs two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 tech for display output and charging. The product is charged at 65W. Last but not least we have a 3.5
There is a 75 Whr 4-cell battery keeping the lights on. It weighs 1.5 kg, so as we’ve said it may not be the best product to use as a tablet and hold with just one hand.
Smartphone makers are still fighting to bring foldable smartphones to levels below the $1,500 mark.
The Asus ZenBook 17, due to its complexity and amount of high-cost components will cost €3,999/$3,499. That’s the price of two Galaxy Z Fold4