ASUS turned 30 a month ago, so it’s nothing unexpected that the organization spared some unique release items for Computex. What we have in the market is the ZenFone 6 Edition 30, ZenBook Edition 30 and Prime X299 Edition 30 motherboard – a fitting trio to mirror the organization’s extended portfolio throughout the decades. While the equipment isn’t fresh out of the plastic new, they all feature ASUS’ 30th anniversary “A” logo, alongside some selective looks and specs.
On account of the ZenFone 6, it sports ASUS’ classic concentric-circle finish on a curved matte dark body, and it’s pushed to the limit to 12GB of RAM in addition to 512GB of capacity (these were initially topped at 8GB and 256GB, separately). The telephone is generally indistinguishable from the remainder of the arrangement, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, a flip dual camera, a 6.4-inch notch less FHD+ LCD and an enormous 5,000mAh battery. You’ll additionally locate a similar rear fingerprint scanner, stereo speakers, dual microphone noise cancellation, earphone jack, and NFC.
The ZenBook Edition 30 (UX334FL) is somewhat more luxurious, nearly taking the spotlight from the new dual screen ZenBook Duo series. Paying tribute to the leather-bound W6 and S6 from 2006, this special version PC has its top enveloped by “Pearl White” authentic Italian calfskin, finished off with an 18-karat rose gold-plated logo. The machine additionally accompanies a coordinating white mouse, mouse pad in addition to a leather sleeve. Spec-wise, it depends on the naturally updated ZenBook 13 with ScreenPad 2.0 and NVIDIA MX250 GPU. You’ll find a similar old 95 percent screen-to-body proportion, eighth gen Intel Core i7 CPUs, 16GB of RAM, PCIe SSDs and gigabit WiFi.
At long last, we have the Prime X299 Edition 30, which pays tribute to ASUS’ first-ever motherboard, the ISA-386C from 1990. It’s fundamentally a turn on the Prime X299-Deluxe II with the equivalent dual M.2 spaces (with passive heat sinks), dual Thunderbolt 3 ports (with DisplayPort input), 5G Aquantia Ethernet, Intel Gigabit LAN, WiFi 6, and an extravagant 2-inch LiveDash OLED for demonstrating framework vitals or custom art. As a little something extra, the Edition 30 accompanies a “Smart Control Console” USB module, which offers a second LiveDash display as well as voice and hand-motion control.
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