Windows Mixed Reality Headset along with a list of some handy but powerful
and virtual experiences. It sports displays of 3K resolution and two built-in
cameras on the front. The cameras are used for six degrees of freedom position
tracking without the need of additional external sensors. You can set up the
headset in just 10 minutes.
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wear – it weighs 400g and has premium cushioned materials (antibacterial) and a
“balanced-crown design”, which lowers the pressure on your nose and face.
and Flip 15
world’s thinnest 2-in-1 laptop. It’s fairly light too, 1.4kg. In that package
you’re getting a 360° flippable touchscreen – 14” obviously, but its thin
bezels make it the same size as a 13” laptop, says Asus.
resolution. Note that the screen supports a precision stylus. It is the most
powerful in the series – like the smaller model, it features an 8th gen Intel
Core i7 quad-core processor, but it comes with Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics instead
of an MX150.
have an HDD up to 2TB. The ZenBook 14 boasts Harman Kardon audio and 13 hours
of battery life.
the thinnest convertible at 10.9mm and is lighter than the Flip 14, weighing a
mere 1.1kg. To go this thin, Asus put the keyboard on a clever mechanism that
tilts and lifts it once you open the screen beyond 135°.
For something this light, this convertible has plenty of oomph thanks to an
Intel Core i7 8550U (quad-core) and a 1TB PCIe SSD.
continues the “thin and light” theme of the others – 15.4mm and 1.5kg to put
numbers to it. Again, Asus claims this has the body of a 13” laptop.
7th gen Intel Core i7 instead of the latest Kaby Lake Refresh. The price is
€400 by the way, half of what the Flip 14 costs.