ASUS Releases New ZenBooks with Impossibly Thin Bezels and Powerful Insides

Looking for a thin, powerful laptop that runs Windows? The incredibly shrinking bezels continue with new ASUS ZenBooks, boasting powerful insides and a near-borderless screen. 


Asus has three new ZenBooks out, in 13, 14, and 15” screen sizes. ASUS isn’t kidding about being nearly borderless, promising the laptops have a 95% screen to body ratio. These bezels seem so unrealistic, they’re the Barbies of laptops. There are a few fun tricks the new ZenBooks have up their sleeves USB ports. The 15in ZenBook has a numeric keyboard, while the 13 and 14in ones manage to fit one into the smaller keyboards by putting an LED number pad on the touchpad. It’s a pretty ingenious way to utilize less space and add more productivity. 


ASUS popped Intel Core i series processors into these new notebooks, along with Windows 10, USB-C, and up to 16GB of RAM depending on configuration. The ZenBook 14 starts at $999 and is available now, while the ZenBook 15 starts at $1399 and ships later this week, and the ZenBook 13 will be $849 to start and ships later in November. No matter which size you choose, you’ll have plenty of options and price points, and just in time for the holiday season!


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