ASUS devices bag 15 Good Design Awards 2020
ASUS is a tech brand that is not just popular for their elaborative engineering, they are known for releasing devices with innovative designs too. Owing to this, the brand has successfully won 15 Good Design Awards in 2020 for empowering the concept of luxury for every single person around.
This win further highlights ASUS’ objective towards delivery excellent design and enhanced innovation for the users. With the search of improved brand promise, the brand’s ultimate goal is to provide users with an incredible consumer experience and making the latest technological innovations a lot more accessible.
The Good Design Awards tapped into its 63rd year in 2020 and is organized every year by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP). Over 4700 entries were submitted from across the world, out of which 15 of ASUS’ devices managed to secure the winning awards.
Here’s a list of the devices that managed to secure the Awards.
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ASUS ZenFone 7 series
The ZenFone 7 series is the first in the world with the triple flip camera, enhancing photography and videography experience for the creators. The device features a 64 MP Sony IMX686 wide-angle camera and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus for smoother user experience.
ASUS ZenBook 14 / 14 Ultralight / Pro 15
Both the combination of ZenBook 14 and 15 have managed to secure their spots. The former sports a compact and lightweight 14” display with enhanced battery life and NumberPad 2.0. It is also backed by the TÜV Rheinland Eye Care-certificated display that protects your vision.
The ZenBook 15 features a 4K OLED display with a powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti GPU for effortless productivity.
ASUS VivoBook series
If there is one series that was created following an extensive market research, it is the VivoBook series. Amidst them all, the VivoBook S managed to stand out with their latest minimalistic design with an elegant chassis.
ASUS ZenBook Flip S
Aside from the stunning 4K OLED touchscreen display, the device also features a 360° ErgoLift hinge, enabling an ultra-versatile work experience, especially when you are on the go. This also features the latest 11th Gen. Intel core i7 processors along with Intel Xe graphics.
ASUS ZenBook S
Yet another ultraportable device that you wouldn’t regret buying is the ZenBook S. The 13.9” portable and lightweight design was an answer to everyone’s inconvenience when it came to a business laptop.
The device features a PANTONE validated touchscreen with 11th Generation Intel Core i7 processor. It is also equipped with 1TB SSD for storage and 16GB RAM for memory.
ASUS ProArt StudioBook One
Aside from the design, the ProArt StudioBook One was the first device to feature the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 graphics for crisp and clear visuals without any distortions. It is featured with the Active Aerodynamic System (AAS) that works pretty great and helps move the hinge by 4.57 degrees to allows optimal airflow.
ASUS ExpertBook B9450
Would you believe if someone said that a laptop measures 870gms? Sounds non-legit, doesn’t it? This is what landed this device a Good Design award, especially because of the ultralight and ultrathin design.
It features a magnesium aluminum alloy, which contributes to the lightweight design. It is also backed with over 24 hours of battery life.
Aside from these primary wins, the remaining devices that managed to scope out their win at the Good Design Awards include:
- ROG Zephyrus Duo 15
- ROG Zephyrus G14
- ROG Z11 Mini-ITX Gaming Case
- ROG Falchion
- ASUS PureGo
- ASUS AI Accelerator CRL-G18U-P3DF
But, the shocker was the unprecedented wins for two upcoming devices that have not even been released to the consumers yet.