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ASUS launches Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition – Comes with mini OLED screen on its lid

ASUS has a new addition to their Zenbook portfolio with the Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition, priced at $1,999.99 and comes with a mini OLED screen on the lid.

ASUS ZenBook 14X OLED Space Edition

With their consistent innovative launches, ASUS has yet another latest Zenbook model lined up for their users. The all-new Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition is currently available for purchase via Amazon and Newegg.

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Exclusivity aside, the new Zenbook is powered by the latest 12th Gen Intel i9-12900H with Intel Iris Xe graphics, all molded into the sleek and futuristic design.

Consumers and tech geeks got a first look into the new Space Edition Zenbook at CES 2022, leaving users excited for more. Besides the functionalities and innovative specifications, what stood out in the new model was the 3.5 inch mini-LED display on the lid.

ASUS ZenBook 14X OLED Space Edition details

Ideal for displaying notifications, animations and customizable texts  like date and time, the mini LED display on the lid is the first from ASUS.

Another unique standout feature in the new Zenbook is the uniform engravings all across the body of the laptop, mimicking the design and surface texture of a spaceship. Moreover, the device meets the US Space Systems Command Standard (SMC-S-016A), making it highly durable and resistant to vibrations and changing temperature settings.

Coming to the display configuration, the new Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition is equipped with a 14-inch OLED touchscreen display with 16:10 aspect ratio and 90Hz refresh rate and 0.2ms overdrive response.

Other notable specifications in the laptop include 32GB memory, numberpad built into the touchpad, multitude of I/O ports, fingerprint sensor and an ergonomic backlit-integrated keyboard.

The objective behind the launch of the Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition was to celebrate 25 years of the first ASUS laptop that was sent into space. And, although ASUS isn’t going to make the device a regular addition to their portfolio, it will stand out as an exclusive collector’s edition for the tech enthusiasts.

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Ryan Sanchez

Ryan as a senior writer and editor in chief of mylaptopguide, spends most of his time searching for new and best laptops. His passion for learning laptops help people find the best laptops.

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