ASUS announces availability of ZenBook Pro UX501 in India

Posted by News Room On Thursday, September 10, 2015 0 comments
ASUS announced the availability of its flagship ZenBook Pro UX501, an ultaportable, high-performance notebook aimed at demanding users that want high-performance with unmatched elegance. The ZenBook Pro UX501 is packed with a powerful quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, game-ready NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics and an incredibly-fast 512GB PCI Express (PCIe) x4 SSD.
Featuring a slim and stylish form factor, the ZenBook Pro UX501 is a compact powerhouse that delights the eyes with a superb 15.6-inch VisualMaster IPS display with a stunningly-detailed 4K/UHD resolution and an amazing pixel density of 282
pixels per inch (PPI).
The ZenBook Pro UX501 blends uncompromising performance with a timeless and classic design, incorporating the elegance and style that is the hallmark of the ZenBook family. It’s slim and compact form factor is just 0.81-inches thin for easy portability and is sculpted from lightweight aluminum featuring the iconic spun-metal finish. Brushed metal surfaces and diamond-cut chamfers on the edges add brilliant highlights while the keyboard periphery is enhanced with a stylish laser-engraved ripple-effect pattern.
At the heart of ZenBook Pro UX501 is an ultra-powerful quad-core Intel Core i7-4720HQ processor, providing effortless performance for any task. A massive 16GB of RAM ensures super-smooth multitasking with plenty of processing power in reserve for for more intensive content creating tasks.
The amazing new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics processor (GPU) empowers the ZenBook Pro UX501 with game and necessary graphics performance. The ZenBook Pro UX501 features 2GB of fast GDDR5 video memory for smooth 4K/UHD video playback and powerful 3D processing for image and video editing.
Ultra-fast storage is essential for fast boot times and effortless file operations. The ZenBook Pro UX501 features a next-gen 512GB PCIe x4 SSD with read/write speeds up to 1400MB/s that’s 16 times faster than standard SATA 6Gbit/s hard disks and twie as faster as the current generation of SSD’s.

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