ASUS presented the "eco" laptop ExpertBook B9 OLED in a metal case
ASUS has presented a new laptop, in the manufacture of which the so-called "green" technology was used. The novelty is called ASUS ExpertBook B9 OLED.
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The green manufacturing process has reduced the volume of materials by 39% and reduced production time by a factor of four. All of this has reduced carbon emissions. And yes, the new ExpertBook is encased in a metal case.
The laptop has an Intel Raptor Lake generation processor. The model of the graphics card is not mentioned in the press release. The system consists of a pair of fans and a dust cleaning system.
ASUS ExpertBook B9 OLED is equipped with a 2.8K screen, which occupies 90% of the inner side of the lid. The diagonal size is 14". The company claims that the new product weighs less than business notebooks of size 13'.
The model has a Kensington lock, facial recognition technology support and a fingerprint scanner. The webcam can be covered with a curtain. In addition, you can log in to your account using NFC. The company has done a good job on security.
The ASUS ExpertBook B9 OLED has Thunderbolt 4, USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, HDMI, 3.5mm output and Ethernet connectors. You can use the ASUS NumberPad for quick numeric input. The price of the notebook is not specified.