Last week was an interesting week for laptops, and this week we announced the launch of three major laptops. This includes the Asus ZenBook Duo and ZenBook Pro Duo. This is an innovative new product that provides users with two displays instead of one. We also launched Surface Laptop 4, the latest generation of Microsoft’s traditional laptop-style Surface device. The TV spectrum had two different ends. One is an entry-level Sony Bravia 32-inch HD Android TV, and two are equipped with the flagship Samsung Neo QLED TV. Let’s take a closer look at all of this.
* Editor’s Note: The following list is not comprehensive, but it contains a list of gadgets and products released throughout the week, which is most relevant to the buyer’s knowledge.
Asus ZenBook Duo / Pro Duo
The Asus ZenBook Duo has a 14-inch full HD LED display, and the Pro Duo has a 15-inch 4K OLED display. The standard ZenBook Duo uses an 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB LPDDR4x memory, up to 1TB SSD, 12.65 inch ScreenPad + secondary display. The Pro Duo uses up to a Core i9 processor, up to 32GB of RAM, and a 14.1-inch secondary display panel. The price is 99,990 rupees for the ZenBook Duo and 2,39,990 rupees for the ZenBook Pro Duo.
Microsoft Surface Laptop 4
Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 can be purchased with a 13.5-inch “regular” display or a 15-inch touchscreen display. It has both Intel and AMD trims, and you have an 11th generation Intel or AMD Ryzen 4000 series chip at hand. Other specifications include 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, and a claimed 19-hour battery life. The price and release date in India have not yet been revealed, but the price in the UK starts at £ 999.
Samsung Neo Q LED TV
Samsung Neo QLED TV incorporates a whole new display technology with quantum mini LEDs instead of the standard quantum LEDs used by Samsung on QLED TVs. It uses a quantum matrix LED panel and has a large amount of quantum in every imaginable area. Samsung claims that its new mini LED technology offers much better local dimming and 40x higher brightness. Prices start at Rs 99,990, TVs are available in both 4K and 8K resolutions, and sizes range from 50 inches to 85 inches.
Sony Xperia 1 III
The Sony Xperia 1 III stands out as the first smartphone to feature a variable telephoto zoom on the smartphone’s camera. It features a periscopic telephoto lens with a movable lens element that allows rolling optical zoom from 70mm to 105mm. This will improve telephoto and video capture and better reproduce the actual performance of your smartphone’s optical zoom lens. Other than that, it’s a great flagship phone with a 4K OLED 120Hz display, but unfortunately it doesn’t reach India.
Acer Nitro 5
The Acer Nitro 5 is an affordable gaming laptop, and Intel variations are now available. Prices start at Rs 69,990 and, in terms of specifications, are powered by the 11th Generation Intel Core i5 H Series Processor. Other specifications include a 15-inch Full HD display with a refresh rate of 144Hz, a GeForce GTX 1650 GPU, 8GB RAM that can be upgraded to 32GB, and two M.2 SSD slots for expandable storage.
Another product launched in India last week is Sony’s “entry-level” 32-inch HD LED TV with the W830 series. It’s also one of the most expensive 32-inch TVs of its kind. Also announced is the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset for use with Indian smartphones. It will be available in the coming weeks. TCL has announced a true wireless earphone in India starting at Rs 1,999. For notable international launches, Oppo has the new A35 midrange SoC and Samsung has the Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2, a secure smartphone with a quantum chip in South Korea.
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Asus ZenBook Duo, Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, etc.
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