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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.

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That 15.6-inch 4K display is powered by an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Ti, which somehow lives inside the 18.9mm chassis.

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Talking power, it's running off an i7 H-series core with 16GB of memory and 1TB SSD storage.

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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.

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A quad speaker setup shows off the Harmon Kardon audio. Though this is a picture, and it's hard to tell from that.

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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.

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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.

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