Asus launches the most recent VivoBook line in Europe as laptops with high-end displays with sensible costs

Asus has declared that the most recent round of VivoBooks will, similar to their ZenBook or StudioBook cousins, have OLED-equipped models. Presently, these new workstations have additionally been released on the European market. Their new board types are FHD in the 15-inch model, albeit the Pro 14, 14X and 16X go from 2.5K to 4K, contingent upon the configuration picked.

The OEM has settled on them accessible with choices of eleventh gen Intel H35 or AMD Zen 3 platforms, finishing out at the Core i7-11370H or Ryzen 9 5900HX in the highest-end options. The 14-inch Tiger Lake-powered SKUs might be matched with GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, in spite of the fact that its VivoBook 15 counterpart can upgrade (on paper, in any event) to the RTX 3050.

On the other hand, top-end SKUs may incorporate the 3050 Ti instead. They might be joined by up to 32GB DDR4-3200 RAM and up to 1TB SSDs in the new VivoBooks. Strangely, Asus has shown that a client may even redo a request for one with the OEM’s new Dial-enabled trackpad.

This VivoBook OLED range is projected to become available in the last quarter of 2021. Asus gauges they will begin at €799 (~US$949) for the Pro 14 range, though the 15 will be €949 (~$1,128) at least. At last, the VivoBook Pro 16X will go for €1,299 (~$1544) in its least expensive form.