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Get an Asus Zenbook Prime 13.3-inch ultrabook for $699

This well-appointed portable usually sells for at least $200 more.

By 25 June 2013

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Asus ZenBook Prime UX31A

The ZenBook Prime UX31A is everything the ZenBook UX31E should have been and more. We have no hesitation in recommending this laptop if you truly want no-compromise performance in an ultrabook.

25 June 2012

4.5 stars Editors' rating 25 June 2012

Typical price: $1,799.00

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Asus Zenbook Prime UX32VD hands-on

There are several high-end improvements over the original model in the new UX32. The display is now an IPS screen in full HD. The UX32VD also has a discrete graphics card, almost unheard of in a 13-inch ultrabook.

By 24 July 2012

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What does a great Windows 8 gaming laptop need?

Five months into the Windows 8 era, and we have yet to see a must-have gaming system.

By 19 March 2013

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Asus shows off Windows 8 and RT lines

A collection of inventive systems, from dual-screen laptops to high-powered tablets.

By 25 October 2012

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Asus Windows 8 lineup brings touchscreens, keyboard docks

Asus has shown off its Windows 8 lineup including the Vivo Tabs, new Zenbooks and the barmy dual-screen Taichi.

By 24 October 2012

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Laptops with long battery life 2012

As we review laptops throughout 2012, we'll add their battery life stats here. If battery's the most important thing to you, this is the place to look.

By 23 October 2012

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Ultrabooks: The top technical problems

What hardware issues plague ultrabook owners? Tech support Q&A site FixYa reveals some of the top ones.

By 21 September 2012

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Meet the Asus menagerie of Windows 8 hybrids, ultrabooks and tablets from IFA

The variety of intriguing and sometimes wild Windows 8 designs from Asus comprise an aggressive portfolio of tablets and laptops, including the dual-screened Taichi and several detachable tablet/keyboard hybrids. Here's the complete rundown from Berlin.

By 31 August 2012

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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity set for £600 launch next month

With a powerful chip and incredibly high-res screen, the Infinity is Android's apex predator. But can it kill the snappy little Nexus 7?

By 25 July 2012