Asus Reveals Zenbook NX500, A 4K/UHD Display Ultrabook With NVIDIA Graphics

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Asus Zenbook NX500 4K Laptop

Asus today announced a new Ultrabook named Zenbook NX500 that will take on devices like Apple MacBook Pro Retina, Dell XPS 15, etc. The device is made of sleek aluminum unibody construction and slim form factor. It is powered by an Intel Core up to i7 quad-core processor and up to NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 850M graphics, supported by 2GB of GDDR5 video memory. On storage side, it comes with SATA 3 RAID 0 or PCIe x4 SSD storage which will enable fast read and write speeds, fast boot up and more. On wireless side, it comes with Broadcom® 3-stream 802.11ac Wi-Fi for great speeds. The main highlight of the device is the 4K/UHD display.

As the first ASUS notebook with a 4K/UHD display with VisualMaster technology, Zenbook NX500 delivers stunningly crisp graphics and text, and comes ready to support future 4K video content. Its 15.6-inch 3840 x 2160 resolution IPS panel provides a large workspace for maximum efficiency and productivity. The display also delivers lifelike color reproduction with a wide color gamut (100% NTSC/108% Adobe RGB) and, plus factory-calibrated color temperature, making it perfect for photographers and other professionals who need accurate and consistent color fidelity for their workflows.

Zenbook NX500’s titanium-film speakers and SonicMaster audio technology, incorporating ICEpower®, Bang & Olufsen technology, ensures truly incredible video and sound quality for exceptional entertainment experiences.



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  • jaylyric

    Hey,do you know when Microsoft is supposed to take the stage at Computex? Is it streaming live anywhere?

    • Zicoz

      2pm (probably local time) June 5th

      • jaylyric

        Thanks!

  • Joe_HTH

    4K display is completely pointless and worthless. Not only is there not content to watch on the thing, it destroys battery life and performance.

  • koenshaku

    smexy device