Apple's newest Macbook Proof is not suitable for props, and Windows laptop manufacturers have been taking advantage of Apple's stamble since then. Now, Asus has announced a laptop that looks positive LipFrog Most profitablely fitting – some rather in a professional way of MacBook Pro 17 inches, 16:10 aspect ratios, color-scaled, penton valid, 97-percent DCI-P3 color gamet, 180-degree float screen so small in notebook that it will fit into a bag designed for thin 15-inch laptops.
The Asus Studio Book S Hexacor has 64GB memory and 4TB PCIe SSD storage with Intel Zen E-2176M Processor and Nvidia Quadro P3200 graphics. It's not as small as a 15-inch MacBook Pro – about 1.25 inches wide and 1.75 inches deep – high resolution with 1920 x 1200 panels instead of retina-class displays, which is a shame. But it comes with Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, plus ports more than Apple competition. If you want an ethernet, you will have to use the included USB adapter, but the minimum length is dongle:
Plus, Asas says that two of its specially designed fans and five heat pipes can keep those chips "Library-Quiet": Even though running at full speed under 35 dB.
Oh, and this crazy touchpad has got lights for Numpad for some reason:
"NumberPad resolves the age-old problem of numeric keypad on compact laptops. Tap the numeric icon at the top right corner of the touchpad and the highlighted numerical keypad appears," reads the company's description. I believe Data Entry can be easy, but I think it takes a difficult time to use in Placement.
Asus says the Studio Book S will launch in the coming months, but Engadget It says laptop will come in Q2 2019. Pricing will be announced on the launch.