Yes, they are almost 700 euros to change (with taxes and others), but considering that convertible and ultrabooks of these features, it is priced fairly content. It has the same physical characteristics as other known as the Yoga Lenovo series or Spectre Pro HP, ie, incorporates a hinge system that virtually allow rotate the device 360 degrees and can thanks to it use it as portable as tablet, or tablet to get support vertically.
Under the casing the manufacturer has installed an Intel Core M3-6Y30 Skylake processor architecture (although there are higher versions equipped with a Core M7-6Y75) with passive cooling, 8 GB of RAM memory DDR3L 1866 Mhz and 256 GB SSD most basic configuration. It also integrates two USB 3.0 ports and a USB 3.1 Type-C reversible, micro HDMI and memory card reader.
As for the screen, it has a capacitive IPS matrix touchscreen 13 inches with a resolution QHD + (3200 x 1800 pixels), enhanced by the built-in (Intel HD 515) processor graphics, so obviously not a team designed for games , although for multimedia tasks. In fact, according Asus has a battery life of about 10 hours with Internet browsing using WiFi.
As you can see this is a team with characteristics very similar to the new Apple MacBook, but with better connectivity and of course with Windows 10 OS After knowing its characteristics, what do you think those 700 euros which the manufacturer calls for they?
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