Asus relaunches 2-in-1 notebooks: with the new Slate T3300 “ready to amaze, it’s one of a kind”

Massimo Merici, Business Development Manager System Business Group of the company: “The demand for these devices increases, we avoid buying more specialized devices, each for a specific area of ​​use”

Asus relaunches, in the panorama of Windows notebooks, a type of laptop that in the past had made it successful, that of convertible laptops 2-1. In recent days the company has presented the brand new Vivobook Slate T3300 Oled, a small-sized device with a magnetic keyboard that can be detached, effectively transforming the computer into a tablet.

“We set ourselves the mission to simplify the lives of consumers, with solutions that best meet their needs, whatever they may be”, he explains to Adnkronos. Massimo Merici, Business Development Manager System Business Group at Asus. “The market has appreciated in the past our detachable notebooks, with one of our milestones, the Transformer T100, capable of guaranteeing maximum flexibility and convenience in everyday use, without having to accept compromises. The Vivobook Slate T3300 brings with it the same principles, strengthening them through further important qualities, such as the OLED screen and the Asus Pen 2.0 “. In short, adds Merici, thanks also to the 13.3-inch screen “it is a unique solution in its market, and we are sure it will be able to amaze all those who are looking for a product that offers a level experience in all areas of use “.

The market demand for convertible notebooks, he explains again, “it is increasing and consumers are looking for hybrid solutions that avoid the need to purchase multiple specialized devices, each for a specific area of ​​use “.

Asus is not new in presenting innovative solutions in the world of notebooks: only in the last year, with the series Zenbook Pro Duo introduced a tilting secondary screen, inserted above the keyboard, equipped with customized software that not only offers advantages in multitasking, but also better cooling of the computer. Or, with the Vivobook Pro X he gave birth to theAsus DialPad, an integrated virtual wheel in the touchpad dedicated to use in apps such as Adobe suites for creating graphic and video content.

Highlight feature of the new laptop is the display: Oled touchscreen with 13.3 ” diagonal FullHd with support for Asus Pen, Dolby Vision and with Vesa Hdr True Black 500 certification. The weight of the notebook is about 1400 grams, but when unhooked the keyboard drops significantly to about 1000 grams including the stand and less than 800 grams if only the body of the laptop is taken into account. It is equipped with USB type-C inputs, fingerprint sensor and microSD reader. It has two cameras, one 5 megapixel front and 13 rear. Inside there is an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor, with integrated Intel Uhd Graphics GPU, 4 or 8 gigabytes of Ram depending on the two configurations with 128 or 256 gigabytes of storage.