"Asus ZenPad S 8.0: 64-bit processing in a 6mm thick tablet"
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Asus ZenPad S 8.0: 64-bit processing in a 6mm thick tablet
Nick Healey here in Taipei at Computex at the Asus launch.
We've just seen the launch of the ZenPad S 8.0.
That's an eight inch tablet that taps into Intel's processing to give it.
Has some incredible power.
The Thin Pad S is using a 64 bit Intel Z3580 processor along with four gigabytes of ram.
And according to Asus it's the first eight inch tablet to offer that much processing power and ram.
The screen is a 2K QXGA screen that 1536 by 2048 pixels.
And 324 pixels per square inch which is an incredible resolution for an eight inch product.
Accessories include things like a power case that will give you up to 15 hours of extra battery life.
But in true ASUS style a lot of their accessory are a fashion forward including a clutch case designed to look like quite a fashion accessory.
In addition to the ASUS, there's a straight ZenPad 8.0 Using a lower power processor but also coming with quite a remarkable accessory case called the audio that offers 5.1 surround sound which six figures built into a rear case.
Access says that all of the impact range will come with a LTE version or a wifi only version but it's gonna depend on region and variance within those regions.
No information about that yet but we will update when we have that to hand.
The F of that inpad s of course the stylus the then stylus isn't an accessory it's an optional accessory.
But it has been built specifically for the penpad f8.0.
It does include 124 point compressor and comes with a 1.2 millimeter stylus head.
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