ASUS blog: OLED and 5G for business

ASUS leverages state-of-the-art technology not only in multimedia ultrabooks, but also in business models.

The proliferation of OLED panels, whether notebooks or monitors, has been discussed several times in the ASUS product range. In connection with this technology, the manufacturer especially wants to highlight the huge color space, the (almost) infinite contrast ratio and the color space coverage independent of changing the brightness, so it is no wonder that it can be found mainly in the ProArt families for graphics work and high-end ultrabooks. But not only that, as VivoBook comes with OLED, for example, it can even be found in the ExpertBook family, which is aimed entirely at business users, where OLED can be used as a tablet. B5 Flip.

ExpertBook B5 Flip
ExpertBook B5 Flip [+]

This 13.3-inch, 1.3kg, 309 x 211 x 17mm business 2-in-1 notebook is built on 11th generation Intel processors with up to 48GB of memory on the motherboard and a 32GB GB module in the SO-DIMM slot) can hold up to two 1TB NVMe SSDs from mass storage. There is a Type-A (USB 3.2 Gen 2) and two Type-C connectors on the side of the housing, the latter offering a Thunderbolt 4 interface and can also be used as a display or charging connector. In addition, we get a micro HDMI port that works as gigabit Ethernet with the included adapter, as well as an HDMI 2.0bt and a combined audio connector.

ExpertBook B5 Flip
ExpertBook B5 Flip [+]

The buzzword already mentioned is the OLED screen (the options also include a classic IPS panel with Full HD resolution), which has a maximum luminance of 400 nits, 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space and is accurate (certified by Pantone) offers colors.

As you would expect from a high-end business ultrabook, portability is also aided by a relatively high-capacity 66 Wh battery that can be charged with the included USB-PD charger. The webcam has a resolution of 720p and does not lack a mechanical lock, and as an option you can request it with the NumberPad tapadad, which makes it extremely easy to enter numbers.

ExpertBook B7 Flip
ExpertBook B7 Flip [+]

The older sibling of the ExpertBook B5 Flip is the B7 Flip, which has a 14 ”display. Here, OLED is not the call word, but 5G, this 2 in 1 notebook can be equipped with a modem that is (also) compatible with the new mobile networks. Inside the 11th generation Core i5 or Core i7, there are two SO-DIMM sockets (max. Memory: 64 GB) and one M.2 slot. The aforementioned 14-inch display uses an IPS panel, but there are several options: the resolution can be 2560×1600 or 1920×1200. As you can see, instead of 16: 9, a slightly higher 16:10 aspect ratio is available, with 500 nits of brightness at 100% sRGB at best.

ExpertBook B7 Flip
ExpertBook B7 Flip [+]

Because this notebook is physically larger than the B5 (it weighs 320 x 234 x 19 mm in addition to its 1.4 kg weight), it was also better equipped with interfaces, so the two TB4, one Type-A, one In addition to HDMI 2.0b, a microHDMI-encapsulated Ethernet and a combined audio connector, we also get a SmartCard reader. The machine is equipped with an IEEE 802.11ax Wi-Fi adapter, Harman / Kardon speakers, and an optional NumberPad.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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