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Review: ASUS ZenBook 3

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What we have here is an outlier, a sub portable notebook designed for optimal portability and long battery life but which can also handle some top-level performance thanks to the fact that it has the latest processors and bumped up specs.

ASUS ZenBook 3 is the company’s answer two Apple notebooks. It has the 12-inch form-factor of the ultra-portable Retina MacBook, but boasts processor and specs that can go head-to-head with even the latest MacBook Pro. Here are my impressions of the remarkable new ASUS ZenBook 3.

In case you haven’t noticed, ultra-thin, ultra light notebooks are a definite thing. Apple defined the space with the MacBook Air, Intel’s OEMs followed suit with the Ultrabook class of devices. Apple went insanely portable with the 12-inch Retina MacBook, a true wonder of engineering mired by a low-performance (although fanless and power efficient mobile processor), a single USB-Type C port and innovations like the butterfly keyboard mechanism and solid-state trackpad. Hit jump for the full review.

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ASUS targets Retina MacBook with new ZenBook 3 notebook

ASUS unloaded some impressive new hardware during Computex 2016. The Ultra-sleek and light ZenBook 3 is ASUS' take on the Retina MacBook and even comes in similar gold and silver colours as well as a blue variant. The ZenBook 3 may look like a Retina MacBook, right down to its single USB Type-C port (groan),  12.5-inch display (slightly bigger than the MacBook's 12-inch display), but it improves over the Apple subnotebook in various ways.

The ASUS ZenBook 3 can run up to Core i7 processors more powerful than the MacBook's Core m processor) and it offers 9 hours of battery life. ASUS expects to sell the ZevBook 3 starting at US $999 in the next few months.


HP's new Spectre is the thinnest notebook in the market today

HP has been busy creating the Spectre Notebook which at 10 mm (as thin as a AAA battery) is the thinnest notebook in the world. A gilded wonder of black metal and copper flourishes, the Spectre Notebook is most definitely a showcase product and while it beats out all other slim and light notebooks in the market today, it also brings substantial processing power to the table.

The Spectre Notebook's feature set includes full-spec 6th generation Core i5 and i7 processors, three USB-C ports–all of which provide power, high-speed data, video out, and sleep and charge capabilities. A full-sized and high-quality keyboard and touchpad, and a 13.3-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS display. So, very little compromise in an extremely portable form factor boasting a 9-hour battery.

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OLink is first fast charging USB-C Multiport Adapter for MacBook

Amango Mobile, Inc., a technology company dedicated to improving the user experience of mobile devices, today announces OLink, the first fast charging, ultra-portable USB-C multiport adapter for MacBook. OLink is designed to provide MacBook owners with a convenient way to connect all of their existing peripheral devices and get a multiport fast charger, whether the laptop is on or off. 

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