ASUS portfolio in its mobile PC products can be sure to grow with success in bringing the Flip 14 TP401 laptop model as an expansion of its flagship VivoBook line recently. Not only the success of bringing the ratio of the screen to the body of the device as much as 75 percent, ASUS reportedly also successfully adjust the support panel Full HD 14-inch screen into the frame VivoBook laptop Flip 14 which measures only 13 inches.
Stretch “Flip” on the existing model name, it’s easy to make sure that ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 is a convertible device. In addition to displaying what ASUS refers to as “a metal hinge with no 360 degree limit” that allows the device to operate as a tablet or laptop, a convertible device with a thickness of 15.4 mm and a weight of 3.3 lbs (± 1.49 kg) is also present in a bandage chasing aluminum.
VivoBook Flip 14 is seen relying on the power of dual core Intel Core m3-7Y30 generation to 7 that carry the base clock 1GHz and boost clock 2.6GHz. While thanks to TDP support that only 4.5 watts, making VivoBook Flip 14 is able to support the existence of fanless design that became its flagship.
Support 4GB LPDDR3 memory and 128GB eMMC storage is more than enough. While connectivity support Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, microUSB port, USB 3.1 Type-C, microHDMI port, and SD card reader that allows users to better optimize the existing Windows 10 Home system.
There is also a VGA camera on the front and dual speakers with ASUS SonicMaster support and virtual surround sound. Not to mention the optional ASUS Pen stylus aluminum accessories that support the 1024 pressure level, which allows users to more freely operate the system on the presence of existing touch screen panels. Can be ordered now through ASUS and Amazon’s official outlets, ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 is priced at $ 549 or about 7.4 million rupiah per unit.