ASUS ZenBook 3

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A slender gadget that exudes ultimate sophistication; the ASUS ZenBook 3 ($1999) is a true marvel sculpted to perfection. This slender damsel in cocktail blue has edges adorned in golden, giving the laptop a hint of tastefulness and royalty. The 11.9 mm thick ZenBook 3 may be the answer Windows was seeking ever since the launch of the Apple 12-inch MacBook.

The ASUS ZenBook 3 weighs a mere 910 grams (2 pounds) and the 12.5-inch gorilla glass screen has a perfectly sleek bezel that keeps the user’s focus glued to the Full HD screen. This stylish aluminum-alloy device promises to be thinner and lighter than its MacBook counterpart, and its powerful i7 processor is twice as fast. The fingerprint scanner is supported by the Windows 10 Hello Security system, making logins a quick, seamless experience.

The ASUS ZenBook 3 has a glass-covered touchpad and the keyboard has large keys spread edge-to-edge. Apart from its sexy royal blue shade, this ultra-slim device is also available in Quartz gray and Rose Gold. Could ASUS finally be entering the exalted realm of trendsetting laptop designs? Only time, and unit sales, will tell. 😎

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