ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED release date rumors, price & specs

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The ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED release date is soon to be upon us, as is the release of the non-flip version, the ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED. Both versions of this new, highly portable 13-inch laptop were revealed by ASUS during their Pinnacle of Performance launch event, and they look very tasty indeed. Besides the obvious, there are some differences between these ultra thin and light machines: the standard versions are powered by AMD 6000 series laptop CPUs and have dedicated graphics card options, whereas the Flip model has Intel 12th Gen CPU support and integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics. Continue reading for the latest ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED release date info and price information (to be updated as further information comes out), as well as a discussion of all the specifications and features.

When is the ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED release date?

ASUS has not released any concrete information yet on the ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED release date, but the current best estimate from those who’ve had hands-on access is Q3 2022.

ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED price information

ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED specifications & features

As the name would suggest the ASUS Zenbook S 13 Flip OLED comes with an OLED display with 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and 550 nits peak brightness. CPU and graphics power comes by way of Intel 12th Gen options, with integrated Iris Xe graphics. The display can comes with touch screen functionality (though there is an option without touchscreen which is 100g lighter). At 1.1kg and 14.9mm thick, the laptop is highly portable. The only ports this laptop comes with, besides the audio combi jack and microSD slot, are the three USB-C sockets which also support Thunderbolt 4 and are used to charge the laptop.

ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED specifications & features

The ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED non-flip version is an all-AMD beast that comes with dedicated graphics up to the Radeon 680M – not exactly a powerhouse GPU by gaming laptop standards, but better than the iGPU of the Intel Flip version, and you will likely be able to indulge in some light gaming. The AMD CPU means superior battery life, and ASUS claim up to a whopping 19 hours of runtime, which if true is ridiculously good.

Being an AMD machine the standard, non-flip version does not come with Thunderbolt support sadly, and for some reason also lacks a MicroSD reader. The RAM is also limited to a maximum of 16GB, which is a bit disappointing. Besides the above though, the two machines are very similar – coming with the same display, SSD options, ASUS Pen 2.0 support, with the same weight and same dimensions.

Final Word

We’ll be updating the details of the ASUS Zenbook S 13 OLED release date, plus that of the Flip version as more concrete information comes out, as well as for all the different pricing options. Before then though, do take a look at our best OLED laptop, best touch screen laptop, best laptop for video editing, and best laptops for animation pages, to see what’s currently out there to buy.

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