ASUS Vivobook S14 and S15 Evoke Efficiency and Fashion
If you’re looking for a fresh laptop that will have no problems getting things done yet strives to turn heads while doing so – ASUS has you covered. The manufacturer announced their new ASUS Vivobook S14 and S15 laptops today. They promise efficiency with ScreenPad 2.0 while looking damn good to the outside world. Don’t believe us? Check out ASUS’ stylish promotional video below.
The ASUS Vivobook S14 and S15 both feature ScreenPad 2.0 tech built in. Those that have utilized screen pads known that they can be a dream for more efficient multitasking and they look pretty damn cool too.
ScreenPad 2.0 measures in at 5.65 inches with a FHD+ (2160 x 1080) Super IPS display. The screen is covered in glass too and are advertised as fingerprint and smudge resistant. They also tout palm rejection technology as well as precision touchpad technology with four finger smart gesture recognition.
The S14 utilizes a 14 inch LED backlit 1920 x 1080 panel with 16:9 aspect ratio. The S15 does the same but on a 15.6 inch LED screen. A full size keyboard with 1.4 mm key travel is also built within. There’s an optional backlight too ensuring you won’t have any troubles striking keys in the dark.
Even when closed these laptops will still look stunning. They both come with a metal chassis finish that’s available in Moss Green, Punk Pink, Cobalt Blue, Transparent Silver or Gun Metal. Each with unique accents to pop their designs pop. ASUS even throws an array of stickers in too if you want to decorate your portable PC that way.
These devices won’t weigh you down on the go either. The NanoEdge display design on the duo keeps their respective weights down to 1.4 kg and 1.8 kg. ASUS promises they’ll easily slip into your messenger bag or backpack.
The gambit of specs are available on ASUS’ site. Pricing details on the ASUS Vivobook S14 and S15 haven’t been divulged yet. The company says the duo will be launching in multiple configurations later this year. Interested in some other cool stuff in the meantime? We have tons of it.