The new product of the Taiwanese company adopts theCore m ultra-efficient to provide us with a touch-screen computer and rotating axis at 360 degrees less than NIS 2,500
Slowly and carefully, Mobile Hybrids that can be used as dual functions as classic systems for work on the table or on the knees and in line Tablets Large dimensions are becoming more popular and popular, although in many cases they are priced significantly higher than standard laptops with similar hardware. Asus Is now hoping to be one of the first to successfully combine the revolutionary hybrid-to-price hybrid configuration with its new VivoBook Flip.
The new model (TP401 sub-model) is based on a 14-inch touch screen with a modest IPS panel of 1,366 × 768 pixels, alongside the economical dual-core Core m3-7Y30 chip from the Kaby Lake generation of Intel, 10 Home Windows System, 3GB LPDDR4 Memory and 128GB of Storage - Based on an eMMC Chip and Not a Drive SSD, Unfortunately.
The Flip 14 is far from the most beautiful or luxurious model out there, but it does include a full aluminum shell (a big bonus at its price level), including a pivot that can rotate 360 degrees and allow it to operate both as a computer, As a tablet, which should survive at least 20,000 operations of opening and closing throughout its life.
802.11 connectivity, 4.1 connectivity, a pair of speakers, an 39-10-hour battery that is supposed to last ten hours and a perfectly basic set of connections consisting of one USB 3.0, one 2.0 microSD, an integrated SD card reader, an audio connection Integrated analog and micro-HDMI port for Video. The product is offered in gray only, with a weight of 1.5 and a thickness of slightly more than 15 millimeters.
The recommended price of the VivoBook Flip 14 in North America, with no tax, is 550 USD, and you can order it for yourself right now Via Amazon for the price of 673 dollars, Which includes payment of VAT and delivery to the house to Israel - about 2,370 NIS, which is a unique and quite impressive deal in relation to the return, assuming that the hybrid idea winks at you, of course.