Asus is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a unique version pc. The Asus ZenBook Edition 30 includes a white leather lid cowl, and an 18-karat rose gold logo resembling Star Trek’s Starfleet insignia. Asus hasn’t gone full leather-based like HP’s leather Folio pill / PC hybrid, but that does imply this contemporary ZenBook is a conventional computer through and through.
“Every piece of true leather-based is hand-selected,” explains Asus chairman Jonney Shih. “Each panel cover is meticulously sewed utilizing a master tailor.” Asus likewise offers unique accessories for this leather PC: a pearl white mouse and a sleeve. However, this isn’t the first time Asus has experimented with leather-based laptops. Asus launched its leather-clad S6F computer in 2006 with the lid and palm rests, each blanketed in leather.
Inside the ZenBook Edition 30, Intel’s eighth Gen Core i7 processor, Nvidia’s GeForce MX250 discrete snapshots, up to 16GB of RAM, and PCIe SSD storage. This 13-inch computer additionally has Asus’ bezel-unfastened show with a 95 percent display-to-frame ratio. Asus is also like its ScreenPad, which puts a screen in the trackpad.
Asus hasn’t revealed pricing or a release date, but given the organization is pitching this as premium and its restricted edition, this isn’t a cheap 13-inch computer.