Zenbook 17 Fold Review:
This is ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, the world’s largest folding display laptop. let’s just go ahead and do the magic trick, you’re gonna definitely get some attention. Because it’s just not a lot of stuff out there. We’ve got a 17.3-inch folding OLED touchscreen display and it’s so beautiful. So, this is one of the most unfamiliar laptops on the planet right now. This Laptop is really a large folding device with a huge OLED display. It is the Zenbook 17-fold OLED; the cool part is that its weight is 3.3 pounds.
Size of Laptop:
Actually, this is a very nice display, but the best thing about it is the fact that we can literally fold it in half. And when it is folded, it’s like carrying around a 12.5-inch laptop. Just slightly smaller than an A4 sheet of paper. When it’s unfolded at its thinnest point it’s just around 8.7 millimeters, and when folded it’s around 7.4 millimeters.
Modes Of laptop:
Let me talk you through these some of the unique features that you’re going to be getting here on the fold, which you’re not going on pretty much any other laptop. So, if you want to utilize the full 17.3-inch display, you can use this in tablet mode. something looks at this you use it in this orientation you can have a dual mode sort of thing going on two displays and having an input on the bottom. You can use it in reading mode, laptop mode, or desktop mode.
Now, of course, virtual keyboards are not for everybody. And ASUS does include this Bluetooth keyboard and it’s got magnets. it’s wirelessly connected via Bluetooth. That’s what gives you flexibility. We’ve got a touchpad and we do have around 1.4 millimeters of key travel. It’s also really easy to carry around. Now, if you’re reading an e-book maybe, if you’re on the plane, on the train, then you can have it in this reader mode where you can have pages on either side.
The Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is powered by the 12th generation Intel Core i7-1250U processor with up to 16 gigabytes of LPDDR5 RAM. 1TB PCIe 4.0 X 4 NVMe M.2 SSD, which is the same size SSD as any high-end laptop. Intel Iris Xe Graphics. Now for audio, we do have sound there is a quad-speaker audio system with a quad microphone array. A smart AMP for the ports, we do have two Thunderbolt 4 ports as well as a 3.5-millimeter audio combo jack.
Zenbook 17 fold review For the battery, we do have a 75 Watts-hour battery and we do get that 65-Watt. USB type-C charger included. Well, realistically, as a maximum, you can get up to nine to 10 hours depending on what you’re doing, of course, it is going to vary.
Finally, let’s talk about pricing. So this starts at around £3,300 in the UK or around $3,500 in the U.S.
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