Asus has upgraded VivoBook and ZenBook laptop using the 11th gen Intel Core processors. Previously these two model laptops from Asus have been using the 10th generations intel processor to process manual input operations. The two laptop series from Asus holds four different laptop models with varied hardware specifications and features. VivoBook Ultra 14, VivoBook Ultra 15, VivoBook Ultra K15, and the Asus ZenBook 14 are the four model laptops from Asus, which gets upgraded using the 11th generation intel processor. Among these four model laptops from Asus, ZenBook 14 is the higher-end model with the maximum specification in RAM configuration and hardware specification. Diamond-cut aluminum alloy is generally used for designing this model laptop, which gets a bold outer appearance. ErgoLift hinge provided with the laptop is designed so that it raises the laptop’s keyboard angle easier for typing. Asus claims that ZenBook 14 is designed enough to provide battery life up to 21 hours.
ZenBook 14 Specification
A single variant pine grey color option is provided in ZenBook 14. The display of the laptop comes with a 14-inch full-HD+ display. LED back-lit display is coupled with the laptop, which improves the device’s user experience to a considerable extent. Windows 10 Home comes in as a default option that might get some of the security updates and other UI updates during the laptop’s initial setup. Asus laptop is powered by either Intel Core 11th Gen Core i5-1135G7 or Intel Core i7-1165G7 processors as its core internal component. Intel Iris X graphics is a default graphic card option that is included with the device. Most of the laptops developed these days come with the default graphic card option, making it process high bandwidth graphical content within a short time. The graphic card option of the device can be improved up to 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM.
ZenBook 14 Feature
67Wh lithium-polymer battery is coupled with the ZenBook 14, which is claimed to offer up to 21 hours of battery life. The battery of the laptop device comes with fast charging support for gaining full charge within a short span of time. The laptop device’s super-fast charging is developed to gain 60 percent of the battery within 49 minutes. This option is something that can’t find in the majority of computational laptops. Two Thunderbolt 4 USB Type-C ports are included along the laptop’s sides, which provides space for transferring information through the wired connection. One USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A is provided with the laptop, which is slightly less fast in transferring data from the Thunderbolt ports. Almost every connectivity feature is included with the device, making it compete with the other similar model laptops. One microSD Reader is provided with the laptop, which provides an option for reading information from the SD card. Earlier, the user has to opt for an external hardware device for retrieving data from the SD card.
Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth v5 are the wireless connectivity feature included with the laptop device, which is generally used for transferring information. HD infrared web camera is placed above the display screen, which can be used during video call meetings. The device looks compact, with 319x208x13.9 mm in dimension. Overall the device is developed to perform some of the hardcore operations using heavy hardware components.