ASUS never fails to amaze us with their amazing innovative laptops and this year is no different. So these are the latest ASUS Laptops released at CES 2022.
ASUS recently announced their all-new latest laptops at CES 2022. ASUS this year as well kept the spirits high with a ton of new announcements. Recently the company has announced a set of new laptops which will be added to the Zenbook, Expert book, TUF, and Zephyrus lineup. These laptops are powered by the latest generation Intel or AMD Processors.
So 2022 is shaping up pretty well and is going to be a very exciting year for laptops but below we have listed the latest ASUS 2022 laptops that were released at CES. Some of these ASUS laptops are very innovative and it gives us a hint of what the future holds for us in terms of mobile computing technology.
Latest Asus Laptops 2022 – Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition
First off ASUS kicked off a wonderful presentation with their all-new Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition Laptop. The Asus Zenbooks are always known for their outstanding performance machines built onto a spectacular sleek chassis. This time around ASUS is celebrating the time that it sent its laptops to space on the MIR.
This new special edition Zenbook 14X laptop features a unique futuristic-looking design and this is the exclusivity of the Space Edition laptops. The main attraction of this laptop is the 3.5 inch Zen Vision OLED on the top of the lid. According to Asus, this small fiscal can display the current time in digital format and personalized badges for the user’s identity.
The laptop also comes with a 14 inch OLED display with a screen resolution of 2880×1800 pixels and it is powered with the latest and the fastest Intel Core i9-12900H Processor along with 32GB of RAM and 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 Storage. Other things about the laptop include a 63w/hr battery, 180-degree rotation hinge, a fingerprint scanner that is inscribed on the keyboard, and a full set of ports.
Asus Laptops 2022 – Zenbook 14 OLED
The Zenbook 14 OLED is the cut-down version of the higher-end 14X OLED Space Edition that we just saw above. This new ASUS laptop is mainly for the users who want the same features as a normal Zenbook but without the extra aesthetic pulses. This new ASUS notebook comes in three different colors namely, Aqua Celadon, Ponder Blue for the Intel-based Zenbook Laptops, and the Jade Black version for the AMD ones.
The Zenbook 14 OLED doesn’t look as fancy as the space version as we mentioned. It maintained the minimalistic and clean yet sharp looks of the traditional Zenbook laptop. It also features the same 2880×1800 OLED display with slightly different internals. With the Zenbook 14 OLED, you can switch between the Intel Core i9-12900H Processor or the Core i7 variant of the same series.
Or you can go for the AMD Ryzen 7 5826 CPU version which would be priced slightly lower than normal. The Intel variant gets 16GB DDR5 Memory while the AMD variants are limited to up to 16GB DDR4 RAM. The battery is slightly larger than the Space Version. The prime features include Harman Kardon Speakers and Windows Hello support as well.
Asus Laptops 2022 – ASUS ExpertBook B5 series
Apart from the display, the expert book b5 maintained the same chassis and an extremely similar design as of the last year., The main difference between the non-flip and flip Expert B5 is the 360-degree hinge that would allow users to use the laptop in tablet mode.
The ASUS Expert book laptops feature an Intel Core i7 processor with Intel Iris Xe Graphics and support for up to 48GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. The new ASUS laptop weighs around 1.25kghs and thus making it the lightest laptop in its series. It has a very slim form factor but despite that ASUS didn’t fail to provide a handful of ports.
Talking about the all-new B5 Flip, it comes with a stylus and a dedicated space to store the styles. It is extremely easy to carry around the B5 flip as well as the stylus without having to worry much about losing it.
Since it is mainly an enterprise notebook, it is built has all the built-in security features like a fingerprint scanner, an optional face login camera, the new TPM 2.0 chip, and another handful of features. The laptop also passes the MIL-STD 810H US Military standard tests. The pricing is yet to be revealed by ASUS so watch this space for more updates.
Asus Gaming Laptops 2022 – TUF Gaming F15 and F17
CES without gaming laptop announcements from ASUS doesn’t feel right ASUS never disappointed us and this year they also showcased their latest gaming laptops. So in addition to all the lightweight laptops that we have seen yet, the brand also announced that they had upgraded their TUF Gaming Laptops.
The all-new ASUS TUF Gaming F15 and F17 Gaming Laptops feature the Intel Core 12th Gen Processors with up to Nvidia RTX 3070 graphics.
The Armory Core app helps you toggle between the direct GPU mode for more performance and less latency. These ASUS Gaming Laptops in 2022 feature anime-inspired designs and all the new ASUS 2022 laptops pass the MIL-STD 810H certifications so ensuring that durability is not a concern for these modern laptops.
The new mesh design incorporates a quieter operation with more than 13% airflow with lesser noise. Both the 15-inch and the 17-inch variants feature a couple of display options as well starting from the Full HD 1920×1080 at 300Hz and up to QHD 165Hz for a smoother experience. Apart from the 2 inches size difference both the laptops feel and look identical.
Asus Gaming Laptops 2022 – Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 16
ASUS announced that they will behave two different display variants for this model. The first is the Nebula HD which would feature the QHD panel with the new 16:10 aspect ratio. The refreshed rate will be clocked at 165Hz. The display uses a mini LED backlight which can hit up to 1000 nits of brightness. It also features 100% P3 Color space and the display is HDR Certified.
The laptop is the best laptop that you can buy as it is meant for both Gaming and Content Creation.
ASUS hasn’t revealed the pricing yet for this laptop so watch this space for more updates.
Asus Touchscreen Laptops 2022 -Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Foldable Laptop
The all-new ASUS Zenbook 17 OLED Foldable features a big 17.3-inch display which can be folded to become a 12.5-inch display like a laptop for example. ASUS claims that his laptop has been tested for around 30000 cycles for maximum durability. This laptop is one of the most innovative laptops out of the all releases that were made during this year.
The processor is clocked at 1.1Ghz which can get boosted up to 4.7Ghz along with the included Intel Iris Xe Graphics. It also has put 16GB DDR5 RAM along with 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen 4.0 SSD. The laptop has a resolution of 2560×1920 which has a peak brightness of 500 nits and a 0.2ms response time. The display is touchscreen Vesa certified with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
The users can also work on multiple screens using the ScreenXpert Feature. The display can be folded two to become a single 12.5-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1280 pixels with an aspect ratio of 3:2. The laptop passes the US MIL-STD 810H military-grade standard which is a good plus point that we would expect out of a costly device like this.
Asus Gaming Laptops 2022 -TUF Dash F15
Finally, we have the all-new ASUS TUF Dash F15 Gaming laptop which also had its internals refreshed and upgraded, fully geared for 2022. The overall chassis looks very similar to last year’s edition that we saw. ASUS included the original form factor and the thickness.
The new TUF Dash F15 would feature an Intel Core 12th Gen Core i7 12650H Processor and would feature graphics cards of up to an RTX 3070 Graphics Card. The MUX Switch is also present on this laptop.
The newly installed DDR5 RAM modules can run up to 4800Mhz along with a PCIe 4.0 Gen4 SSD. The laptop features a 15-inch QHD 165Hz Display with 100$ DCI P3 Color Coverage. The laptop also features a Thunderbolt 4.0 port along with USB Type C Ports.
So these were the ASUS laptops that were released at CES 2022.
That’s all folks!
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