ASUS Unveils AI-Powered Copilot+ Laptops and Gaming PCs at Computex 2024

ASUS Unveils AI-Powered Copilot+ Laptops and Gaming PCs at Computex 2024

ASUS has announced a diverse lineup of new laptops at Computex 2024, focusing heavily on AI integration across its product ranges. The ProArt series includes the P16, PX13, and PZ13 models, all equipped with advanced AI capabilities, such as the ASUS StoryCube and MuseTree apps. These laptops boast high-performance specifications, including up to 50 TOPS NPUs, AMD Ryzen 9 HX 370 processors, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPUs. The P16 features a 16-inch 4K OLED touchscreen, while the PX13 is designed for portability with a detachable keyboard and Snapdragon processor. All ProArt laptops come with additional software perks, including a three-month Adobe Creative Suite subscription and six months of CapCut Premium.

In the gaming segment, ASUS introduced new models under its TUF and ROG brands. The TUF Gaming A14 and A16 laptops are notable for their portability and high performance, featuring AMD Ryzen 9 AI HX 370 processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 graphics. The A14 offers a 14-inch 165Hz IPS display with a 2560 x 1600 resolution, while the A16 benefits from improved airflow and cooling due to its larger 16-inch screen. Both models are set to launch on July 22. Additionally, the ROG Zephyrus G16 was unveiled, equipped with an AMD Ryzen 9 HX 370 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070, 32GB of RAM, and up to 4TB of storage.

ASUS also introduced the ROG Ally X, an upgraded handheld gaming PC featuring a larger 80Wh battery, 1TB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage, and a 7-inch 1080p 120Hz IPS LCD with AMD FreeSync Premium. Despite these enhancements, it continues to utilize the AMD Z1 Extreme chip. The redesigned TUF A14 gaming laptop was also showcased, featuring AMD’s latest Strix Point AMD HX 370 processor, LPDDR5X memory, dual M.2 SSD slots, and GPU options of NVIDIA RTX 4050 or 4060. The device includes a military-grade chassis, a 1080p webcam with IR support, and dual Arc Flow fans, although pricing and availability details have not yet been disclosed.


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