ASUS seems to step up its game in the innovation area lately. The kicked off the show with its annual launch event and unveiled a lot of intriguing new devices at Computex 2018. The announcements go as follows:
The Vivo Watch BP touted as the world’s first medical accredited blood pressure monitor inside a smartwatch. It features ECG, PPG sensors, and a GPS. All of these components combined monitor blood pressure, pulse, and location. The device will last an impressive 28 days if kept charged.
Project Precog is an amazing and futuristic AI laptop without any keyboard . Both lids of the laptop, 13-inch each, can be used as monitor screens with a Bluetooth connected keyboard. The lid can be flipped to use in modes such as Tent, Flat and Book. Still, in its initial release, the laptop will be available by 2019.
Zenbook Pro is a beautifully designed laptop with a dual touchpad in place of a regular one. It is a touchscreen of 5.5 inches and can be used as a second display. It seems quite useful for multi-tasking. For example, while watching a movie on the primary monitor, users can easily browse something on the side or while writing a paper on Microsoft Word.
Additional device announcements:
ZenBook S series gets a new addition with a thin and light design while being highly durable.
VivoBook line gets a splash of freshly painted colors which makes the series exciting and comes with processor upgrades
Zen AiO Pro: a 27-inch desktop that has a flexible screen hinge, wireless charger embedded into its base and a six-core Intel Core i7 processor.
ROG Phone: A new gaming smartphone by ASUS team with vapor-chamber cooling fan, three USB-C ports and special touch-sensitive sides that can function as shoulder buttons in landscape mode. They also can be used to turn on the phone’s gaming mode by squeezing the device like Edge Sense in LG phones.
Strix II laptops feature slimmer bezels with a better interface.