[Specs and Info] ASUS ZenBook Flip S13 OLED (UX371) – Business, Productivity, and “Premiumness” rolled into one portable notebook
Thankfully, the laptop that we will talk about now does not only that but can also function as a fantastic entertainment laptop, featuring a beautiful display with absurd qualities. The ZenBook Flip S13 OLED also brings more than enough power for presentations and video calls, with its Tiger Lake internals.
Today we are giving you a quick overview of the ASUS ZenBook Flip S13 OLED (UX371).
ASUS ZenBook Flip S13 OLED (UX371): Full Specs
The laptop is luxurious and elegant, featuring an aluminum body and lid, which come in a Jade Black color. The lid is stylized further, with a circular pattern. The base has a matte finish, which should give it some protection against fingerprints and smudges. The addition of Copper elements on the ASUS logo and the outline of the lid and base are nice touches that make the device stand out.
As this is a convertible, the hinges rotate at 360 degrees. Furthermore, they have an ErgoLift mechanism, which props up the base from the rear, giving the cooling more access to air, while also giving you a more comfortable typing angle. In terms of dimensions, the laptop weighs 1.20 kg and has a profile of 13.9 mm.
The OLED display here is bonkers. It has a 13.3-inch diagonal and features 4K UHD resolution, along with 100% DCI-P3 coverage, PANTONE validation for color accuracy, and a dE value of less than 2, which is ideal for productivity. With the device being a convertible, the panel also has touchscreen and stylus support.
Specifications and features
The specifications are pretty fitting for this notebook, both when it comes to the power efficiency and the performance that it offers. There is a single CPU choice, in the face of the Core i7-1165G7. It has a 4/8-layout, along with a boost clock speed of 4.40 GHz. The processors are very power efficient, coming with a TDP of 15W.
In terms of graphics, you have the best integrated GPU solution that you can get right now. The Iris Xe Graphics G7 brings very good performance, for an integrated unit at least, with it also being able to handle a decent amount of gaming. You can check our benchmarks of it here, including gameplay videos.
The laptop brings a NumPad that is integrated into the touchpad, with buttons manifesting when you need them to. ASUS measures the battery life at around 10 hours, which is okay, but still shouldn’t be trusted, as ASUS doesn’t specify the conditions of their testing. The unit here has a capacity of 67Wh, which is pretty good considering the size, and should be enough to power the 4K OLED display.
- 305 x 211 x 13.9 mm (12.01" x 8.31" x 0.55")
- 1.20 kg (2.6 lbs)
- Starting at $0.00