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Asus' ZenBook Pro was the most expensive machine on offer at Asus' press conference at Computex, but once you peek inside you'll see why.
That 15.6-inch 4K display is powered by an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Ti, which somehow lives inside the 18.9mm chassis.
Talking power, it's running off an i7 H-series core with 16GB of memory and 1TB SSD storage.
Weighing 1.8kg (3.9 pounds) and keeping it tight with the "nanoedge" slim bezel design that kept popping up across Asus' new range, it's a slim solution when you need grunt on the go.
A quad speaker setup shows off the Harmon Kardon audio. Though this is a picture, and it's hard to tell from that.
Equipped with Asus' fast charging, you'll get 60 percent of your battery life back in 49 minutes. A full charge will keep the ZenBook Pro alive for 14 hours.
The ZenBook Pro will start at $1,299. That's around AU$1,750 or £1,000, though there's no firm pricing for other countries yet.