We are huge fans of Asus laptops, so imagine our excitement when we got to review the new Asus ZenBook Flip 13?

The sleek new model is uniquely tailored for the urban professional that demands flexibility, mobility and superior performance wrapped in a style that matches their own. The fully convertible touchscreen makes communicating ideas seamless whilst the ultralightweight makes this a true extension of the user. This convertible notebook is built for brilliance.

 ZenBook Flip 13 is powered by the latest Intel 11th gen CPU with a hybrid power mode. It can operate as default clocks providing enough power for everyday tasks and saving battery life. We were impressed with the hybrid power modes: boost mode gives you up to a 40% power increase for more processing-intensive tasks while battery saver allows for up to 14 hours of battery life which, quite frankly, is an outstanding result for a super thin and light ultraportable laptop! 

Flexibility, mobility and superior performance

ZenBook Flip 13 is equipped with a 13.3-inch FHD NanoEdge touchscreen, featuring slim 3.9 mm bezels that maximize the screen space while reducing the laptop’s footprint.

Artists, photographers and designers will love the possibilities offered by the NanoEdge display when combined with the optional ASUS Pen and Windows Ink. The high-precision touchscreen is fully compatible with the ASUS Pen’s 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, providing an upgraded experience that makes ZenBook Flip 13 the perfect choice for casual creativity, note-taking and intuitive editing in any supported app.

The verdict? At just R20 000 for the entry-level variation (i5) and R25,000 for the Core i7 it might not be too late to put it on your Christmas list. The world’s thinnest 13.3″ convertible laptop delivers effortless mobility and versatile connectivity in a supremely elegant form factor – the perfect addition to your 2021 mobile office.


ASUS ZenBook Flip 13 (UX363) is available at Incredible Connection with a starting price of R19,999.

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