ASUS To Launch Next-Gen AMD Ryzen AI 300 Laptops On July 17th

ASUS announced today that the launch event for their next-gen laptops featuring AMD hardware has been rescheduled. Originally set for July 8, the event will now take place on July 17. It will showcase Ryzen AI 300 laptops, focusing on thin and light models without discrete graphics, including the Zenbook and Vivobook series.

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ASUS has announced the ProArt PX13 laptop, a 13.3-inch device featuring a 3K OLED display with a 360-degree hinge. This versatile laptop can also function as a tablet, supporting touch input and a stylus. Despite its compact size and weight of only 1.4 kg, it supports the AMD Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 SKU, with an option for the Ryzen AI 9 365 version. Notably, it also includes discrete graphics (up to RTX 4070). The system uses LPDDR5X memory (up to 32GB) and supports WiFi 7 and USB4.

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There is also a 16-inch variant that shares the same APU and GPU specifications. This model can handle up to 64GB of LPDDR5X memory and offers a storage capacity of up to 4TB, in contrast to the PX13’s 2TB limit. Weighing 1.85 kg, it boasts a 16:10 4K OLED display, making it ideal for content creation and video encoding tasks.

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ASUS is also preparing to launch Zenbook and Vivobook laptops, along with TUF Gaming and ROG Zephyrus systems. These models will be available in various sizes, ranging from 13.3 to 16.0 inches, featuring “IPS-Level” and OLED panels with refresh rates up to 240Hz. Memory options will include 8GB, 16GB, 24GB, and 32GB variants.

Source: ASUS