Asus says the ZenBook S13 has the slimmest bezels of any laptop on Earth
Hi, I'm Justin Jaffee with CNET and we're at CES 2019.
And this afternoon we're taking a look at a couple of laptops from a Asus.
We'll start off here with the Zenbook S13.
You can see super slim profile.
Very narrow bezels We've got a frameless NanoEdge display with a super slim side bezel it's about two and a half millimeters wide.
So what that gives you is a pretty vast screen to body ratio, it's about 97%.
Also on board are powerful components.
We've got Invidous GeForce MX150 Discrete Graphics here.
Next up is the ZenBook 14, again narrow bezels.
Not quite as narrow on the S13 but still a pretty good screen to body ratio here.
It's a little bit bigger machine.
This is a 14-inch display.
LED back lite.
Got discrete graphics onboard, Nvidia GeForce MX150.
This is eight generation Intel Core I7 processor.
So again you're not having to sacrifice performance or portability and we know that this one is gonna start at about $750 The last laptop that we saw today is the new Studiobook S, this is a incredibly powerful workstation made for creatives.
Having said that, pretty portable.
Somehow they've crammed a 17 inch display into a really compact 15 inch chassis.
Heavy duty components all the way through.
You get Intel Z on processor Quadro graphics from Nvidia the display here is worth calling out again 17 inches professional grade pantone validated big beautiful display in a pretty portable package.
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