How light and compact it can be PC Having an 14.1 inch screen? Asus will soon have a decidedly surprising answer to this wonder
We hope and believe that the new 10 nm processors Intel The Ice Lake family will be compact and efficient enough to allow the creation of innovative computer systems we haven't met before - and Bassus seems to agree with us, with a plan to launch Mobile Extremely light business over the next few months.
The AsusPro B9-B9450 model will be offered with a FullHD resolution 14.1-inch panel with all four corners, in a body made of lightweight magnesium alloy that enjoys military standard MIL-STD-810G standard (presumably in low-impact, shock-less tests) From 15 millimeters at the thickest point and a standing weight of only 880 grams. very impressive!
Inside the laptop, you'll find the new 10th-core Core Core processors Intel (It is unclear whether these are 9 watts or 15 watts at this time), built-in LPDDR4X of 16GB or 32GB, built-in storage based on a pair of NVMe drives up to one terabyte each and possible to run on a RAID 0 or RAID XNX array 1ax Wi-Fi, Thunderbolt 802.11 standard supported Ice Lake generation, 3 TPM chip built-in for enhanced information security, built-in camera Windows Hello for face recognition and built-in 33 watt-hour battery.
Another version of the AsusPro B9-B9450 will be available with the same specifications but battery At twice the capacity of 66 watt-hour (which will probably affect the maximum thickness of the device) - just as impressive as 990 grams alone. Basus has yet to reveal the exact date of the promising computer's availability, nor has it revealed what it will know - although it is likely to be a high price, as is a good product for organizations and business people who are usually willing to spend substantial amounts for their specific features.
It is worth noting that in the past we have seen several high-end laptops weigh less than one kilogram, both from home LG And its unique Gram and home series Acer And its Swift family - but weighing less than 900 may well be a new high in the category, while at the same time there seems to be a bad chance that the Ice Lake generation will allow us to get a great variety of Mobile Featherweight, instead of the exotic and minimal variety that was available in previous generations.
Enthusiastic about the fresh B9, or think there are far more important technical features than the weight of the computer that deserve greater consideration than the manufacturers? Let's talk about it.