Asus’ new notebook also celebrates the manufacturer’s first laptop in the space twenty-five years ago.
After Asus unveiled the exciting new laptop at CES 2022 earlier this year, the first customers were buying the ZenBook 14X OLED Space Edition laptop, coordinating space flights.
The laptop is powered by a 12th generation Intel Core i9-12900H processor, with integrated Iris Xe graphics solution and 32GB of memory. The 90Hz 16:10 aspect ratio display, which offers more room to work, is no longer a satellite tech with a Pantone-certified OLED panel, but the new ZenBook has some exciting additions.
The special look of space exploration is made even more extravagant with the 3.5-inch OLED display, which allows the user to display various custom animations, notifications, texts, date and time or even battery status on the back of the home screen. The primary screen is just 14 inches in diameter, which is barely crowded, and the Asus Zenbook 14X is just 15.9mm thick, so we were able to limit its weight to 1.4kg. Although the actual numeric keypad lags behind the tiny, easy-to-carry machine, LEDs can be used to evoke the touchpad, and the convenience features don’t end there at all.
Quick access is provided by a fingerprint reader built into the power button, a convenient and secure connection is provided by noise filtering using artificial intelligence, and an electrically unlockable cover for the webcam. However, perhaps the coolest feature of the ZenBook 14X OLED Space Edition is that we don’t have to rely solely on the manufacturer’s word about its flexibility.
This is because the laptop has been certified by the US space authorities, which we don’t know guarantee the device will survive a potential space flight, but it is sure to withstand extreme shocks as well as extremely low and high temperatures. It is no coincidence that this year the model was launched by Asus, as one of the manufacturer’s laptops was first used in space twenty-five years ago.
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