The first lightweight laptop in this class. It still has a display ratio of 16:10 and holds a 1440×900 display. It’s not the lightest of the bunch any more, that honour goes to the Samsung 9 Series at the moment.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
The world has been travelling backwards as it seems. While resolutions on wearable devices as phones and tables have been growing ever since introduction it seems in a short while a new landmark will be passed. Tablets having a screen resolution surpassing that of regular laptops. ASUS has announced an upgrade of their current Prime tablet to a real WUXGA tablet.
Yes, an Android tablet sporting the resolution i would love to have on my laptop. On a tablet. The pixel density on such devices is incredible. And thus the possible crispness of the lines.… continue reading
Asus is the first laptop to open this category. It’s for the road warriors who still like to get some work done when arrived at the destination. This means batterypower and screenheight. But being light enough to carry around. And yet small enough to be discreet.
The Asus Zenbook can be configured to sport a whopping 1600×900 resolution screen.
At the moment this site went live there was, to our knowledge, only one laptop available that has a display resolution of 1920×1200 (WUXGA) and that is Apple’s Macbook Pro. It’s the 17″ model, which is fine, but remember, in the days that 16:10 laptops were common, a lot of 15″ laptops had this resolution as well.
But let’s not complain and thank Apple for the last 1200+ laptop on the planet that is still produced.