A Look Round the ASUS Zenbook Infinity (Video)

Posted on 04 June 2013 by

We’ve got all channels open with Mobilegeeks today as they race around Computex. This is the first close-up video we’ve seen of the ASUS Zenbook Infinity.

ASUS Zenbook Infinity Ultrabook_2

Sascha mentions availability in Q4 and that sounds about right given the Haswell Ultrabook timescales we’ve heard today. The Zenbook Infinity comes with the 28W U-Series processor which is the only 4th-Gen Ultrabook processor to have Iris Graphics (HD5200 Correction: HD5100) Graphics performance should be about 2X what you see on a current, HD4000 Ultrabook.

We see a good-looking backlit keyboard and one-piece mousepad in the video but unfortunately not much more. Pricing is still unknown but you know what end of the scale this will appear in don’t you!

  • DavidC1

    Iris Graphics in the 28W is the Iris Graphics 5100. The quad core H series chips have the Iris Graphics Pro 5200.

  • Chris

    Hmpf.. my Zenbook Prime didn’t even had it’s first birthday and I’m already thinking about replacing it. Damn you, Zenbook Infinity!!1

  • Doddy

    This device is the most beautiful laptop I’ve ever seen in my life! I’ve seen this in today’s computex 2013. Stunning!!

  • Chin

    Iris is hd5100, iris pro is hd5200…..sadly, this ultrabook will be priced above $2000 i guess, the one with 256gb ssd….

  • Jeff

    Not liking the shiny metal looking lid. The circular lines under the light doesn’t look good either. Would have preferred the same matte look on the lid as the keyboard/palm rest area.

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