Why Are ASUS Laptops Powered by Intel® Evo™ Better?
ASUS OLED laptops provide amazing true-to-life colors5
ASUS OLED panels can maintain good color reproduction at any brightness level, so you can freely adjust the screen’s brightness to suit your working environment. Even with a lower brightness, you can still enjoy exceptionally vivid colors. At the lower brightness levels needed on OLED displays, there’s less harmful blue light emitted.
100% DCI-P3 best-in-class color gamut
Vivid displays for precise creativity, color work and vibrant visual entertainment.
70% less harmful blue light6
With lower harmful blue-light levels, OLED offers better eye care and sleep quality.
Clearer images at any brightness
Rich colors even at low brightness — always stunning.
Display HDR™ True Black 500/6007
The deep blacks allow you to see previously unseen details in dark movie scenes.
0.2 ms fastest response time on any laptop8
Blur-free action scenes in movies and games, with smooth text scrolling.
ASUS laptops provide boundary-breaking performance
Each of these Intel® Evo™ certified ASUS laptop designs are tuned, tested, and verified to bring the experiences that matter most to those who dream big — incredible responsiveness, real-world battery life, fast charging, and instant wake — all in thin and light designs.
Fast, reliable connections for collaboration
Count on using Intel® WiFi 6 to experience up to 41%-faster office productivity during video conferences.
Truly universal cable connectivity
Make plugging other devices to your laptop simple, fast and secure with Thunderbolt™ 4 technology.
Get things done fast
Enjoy ultra-responsive performance from the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors.
Awake in a flash
With Instant Wake, your laptop can wake from sleep in less than a second.
Intel® Iris® Xe graphics and razor-thin bezels bring your visuals to life in crisp resolution and vivid colors.
Unplug for longer
Stay in the flow with a laptop that optimizes your battery life and recharges quickly over USB Type-C®.
Intelligence embedded at platform level, with Intel® DL Boost and Intel® GNA 2.0.
The Windows 11 upgrade will be delivered to qualifying devices late 2021 into 2022. Timing varies by device. Certain features require specific hardware (see https://aka.ms/windows11-spec).
Performance results are based on testing as of dates shown in configurations and may not reflect all publicly available updates. See https://www.intel.com/11thgenmobile for configuration details. No product or component can be absolutely secure.
Verified, measured and tested against a premium specification and Key Experience Indicators as part of Intel’s laptop innovation program, Project Athena. Testing results are as of August 2020, and do not guarantee individual laptop performance. Power and performance vary by use, configuration and other factors.
As measured by photo and video editing workflows. For more complete information about performance and benchmark results, visit https://www.intel.com/11thgen.
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 products enable the fastest possible maximum speed for typical laptop Wi-Fi products. Thunderbolt™ 4 is the fastest port available on a laptop, at 40 Gbps, as compared to other laptop I/O connection technologies including eSATA, USB, and IEEE 1394 Firewire. Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors.
Time taken to drain from 100% to critical battery level while performing typical workflows in a realistic environment. Results may vary. Details at https://www.intel.com/evo.
The characteristics of an OLED display can eventually change over long periods of use, leading to visible changes. This is completely normal, and can cause behavior such as image burn-in or persistence: this means that a faint ghost of an image remains visible even when it’s replaced by a new image. These effects are more likely to occur if a non-moving (static) high-contrast image is displayed for an excessively long time.