ASUS Re-introduces A412 VivoBook Ultra, This Time Comes With AMD Ryzen

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OPTICXCESS — ASUS Re-introduces A412 VivoBook Ultra, This Time Comes With AMD Ryzen. Besides introducing the latest Zephyrus G and TUF Gaming FX505, ASUS still has other surprises.

The ASUS VivoBook Ultra A412 was again introduced at the launch of the second gaming laptop. But there is something different this time in terms of specifications.

A412 VivoBook Ultra

ASUS Re-introduces A412 VivoBook Ultra, This Time Comes With AMD Ryzen

If previously ASUS embedded a blue team processor in it, now the A412 VivoBook Ultra comes with a Series 3000 AMD Ryzen Mobile processor as used by Zephyrus G and TUF Gaming FX505.

In its highest variant, ASUS offers an AMD Ryzen 5 3500U processor that has 4 Core and 8 Thread speeds of up to 3.5 GHz with integrated Radeon Vega 8 graphics and 8GB DDR4 RAM. Whereas for the lesser variants use AMD Ryzen 3 3200U, Radeon Vega 3, and 4GB DDR4 RAM.

The remaining specifications are similar for the two A412 VivoBook Ultra variants ranging from 14 inches Full HD 1080p screen with anti-glare coating and NanoEdge bezel, 1TB HDD storage, 37Whrs battery, and already running the Windows 10 operating system in it.

With all of these specifications, ASUS guarantees that this laptop can meet the needs of users who want a powerful laptop and high battery life. Not to mention the design is also fairly interesting.

In the Intel version of the VivoBook Ultra A412 review that the our team did before, laptops do have different designs than mainstream laptops in general. The ErgoLift design that lifts the laptop as much as two degrees makes the keyboard more comfortable to type while providing better air circulation to work optimally.

Not only that, but this laptop also has a premium body that is slim and light so it will be very comfortable to carry anywhere. That way this laptop is suitable for young people who often travel, but must always do computing activities.

What do you think? Interested in the ASUS A412 VivoBook Ultra that uses an AMD Ryzen processor?

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