Computex 2014 | Asus updates Zenbook series with QHD+ UX303 and the multimedia N751
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Alongside the upcoming additions to the ROG series, Asus had on display a refreshed 13.3-inch UX303 for the well-received Zenbook series of Ultrabooks and an upcoming N Series model with a 3D camera.
Overall chassis and design of the new Zenbook are nearly identical to the previous UX302, although the upcoming UX303 will sport a new aluminum display cover with optional GeForce GT 840M dedicated graphics and a QHD+ 3200 x 1800 resolution display. Asus have noted that the QHD+ screen will only come in glossy with no matte option available. In addition, the UX303 will have a slightly thicker base as well when compared to the UX301.
Outside of the Zenbook series, Asus showed off its multimedia 17.3-inch N751 notebook with a FHD IPS display and a GTX 860M GPU. Most notable is its Intel RealSense 3D camera, which Intel boasted quite a bit last year at IDF 2013. We're eager to check out its practicality now that 3D cameras are making their way to mainstream notebooks.
As usual, exact prices and launch dates have yet to be announced for the upcoming products. However, check out our snapshots below for a more detailed view on the pre-production models and what ports we can expect to made available.