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Asus Launches 14-In. ZenBook After Z3 Price Slashed By $600

Asus Launches 14-In. ZenBook After Z3 Price Slashed By $600

Struggling Taiwanese PC Company Asus has launched a new 14-inch laptop model into the Australian market. The Company is not saying how their Asus Z3 is going after dropping the price from $2,600 when it was launched to $1,998.

Their ZenBook UX430 which is being touted as a “sophisticated, stylish laptop with a large slim-bezel display, in an ultra-compact form factor”.

Asus management said that the display’s 80pc screen-to-body ratio enables a more compact size, supposedly making the ZenBook UX430 no larger than many 13-inch laptops.

The interior sports an Intel Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM, Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics and up to 512GB of SSD storage.

The UX430 can be acquired from the Asus online shop and channel partners, starting at A$1399.

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