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ASUS Introduces Two New Additions ASUS Zenbook 14 UM431DA and UM433DA, powered by AMD Ryzen processors

If you are into technology and take interest in the same, you’d know the imprint ASUS left behind on the market with the launch of the first ultrabooks back in 2011. Ever since, the brand has been providing their consumers with the best renditions of their latest technological innovations. The Zenbook 14 convertible notebook was introduced back in May 2019. These were the first ones with the AMD Ryzen processors.

ASUS has recently announced two more additions to the Zenbook 14 family with the ASUS Zenbook 14 UM431DA And UM433DA which are also powered by the AMD Ryzen processors. There are also hopes for a new addition of the 15.6” display model which is still under wraps.

To help you gauge a better look at both of the models, we are going to walk you through the specifications of each of them individually.

ASUS Zenbook 14 UM431DA

asus zenbook 14 um431da

The device is equipped with a 14” full high definition display with a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels for crisp visual experience like no other. Apart from that, the device also has just 6.5 mm bezels which further enhances the screen to body ratio of the display by 86%. It also has the 100% sRGB for better color payoff.

With a 1.39 kg body weight, it further ensures easy portability like no other. It is also equipped with up to Ryzen 7 3700U processor and up to Radeon RX Vega R7 graphics processor for an effortless experience.

The device is also integrated with up to 16 GB DDR4 SDRAM along with up to 1 TB SSD storage.

ASUS ZenBook 14 UM433DA

asus zenbook 14 um433da

This device is believed to be the pricier one of the lot mainly because of the fact that it has some superiority in some prospects of the specifications.

Even though the majority of the standard specifications are similar like that of the ASUS Zenbook 14 UM431DA, the further lighter body weight along with the lesser thickness than the other variant is what is expected to extrapolate the price of this one.

It also has a higher screen to body ratio with an overall thickness of just 16.9 mm which ensures further easier portability of the device. It has also been configured to promote better and more data transfer rates via the USB.

That being said, it does have some shortcomings as well, especially in terms of the outdated Bluetooth version along with the slower memory.

The prices along with the launch dates aren’t revealed yet but are soon going to be which is expected to clear all the air about the same. If you have been looking forward towards more addition to this range, your prayers have been answered. The devices have a very premium look to them which you just can’t get enough of.

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Carol Moore

Carol Moore is one of the core author of mylaptopguide. She checks every ingredient of laptops and write laptop reviews as well as lists best laptops for different use.

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