As we all know, the screen of consumer electronics is crucial, and it directly affects our visual experience. In the mobile industry, high-resolution and high-refresh screens have become the norm in mid-to-high end phones, while in the laptop industry, manufacturers and consumers are paying more attention to screens. A few days ago, Asus officially announced that it would launch a new laptop with a “super power” screen. Judging from the official parameters, it is really attractive.
The new laptop has a 2.8K OLED HDR screen with a peak brightness of 600 nits and a native 10bit color depth capable of displaying 1.07 billion colors, according to the Asus laptop’s official account. It is Pantone certified. In addition, the new product also supports 90Hz high refresh rate and 100% DCI-P3 ultra wide color gamut. On the whole, for a product that it isn’t a game or a specialty, the new laptop’s screen is something to look forward to.
We noted that Asus is positioning the new device as “a high performance, lightweight book with a powerful screen.” In addition to the screen power, its exterior design is light and stylish line. In the preheating poster, ASUS released a new large half of the appearance, the frame is narrow, screen ratio data is good. Also, according to the logo at the bottom of the screen, this laptop belongs to the Vivobook family and will use AMD processors, so it should be affordable.