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    Anandtech: Cadence Tapes Out GDDR6 IP on Samsung 7LPP Using EUV

    Cadence has announced that it has successfully taped out its GDDR6 IP on Samsung’s 7LPP fabrication process. The new building blocks should enable developers of various chips to be made using 7LPP and quickly and easily integrate support of GDDR6 memory into their SoCs.
    Cadence’s GDDR6 IP solution includes the company’s Denali memory controller, physical interface, and verification IP. The controller and PHY are rated to handle up to 16 Gbps data transfer rates per pin and feature a low bit-error rate (BER) feature that decreases retries on the memory bus to cut-down latency and therefore ensure a greater memory bandwidth. The IP package is available as Cadence’s reference design that allows SoC developers to quickly replicate implementation that the IP designer used for its test chip.
    Traditionally, GDDR memory has been used primarily for graphics cards, but with GDDR6 things look a bit different. Micron and a number of other companies are trying to drive GDDR6 to other applications as well. Apparently, they are not alone. Cadence says that its GDDR6 IP could be used for SoCs aimed at AI/ML, automated driving, ADAS, cryptocurrency mining, graphics, and high-performance computing (HPC) applications, essentially indicating interest towards GDDR6 from non-GPU developers. Meanwhile, being the world’s largest maker of DRAM, Samsung is clearly interested in adoption of GDDR6 by non-graphics applications.
    Samsung’s 7LPP manufacturing technology is the company’s leading-edge fabrication process that uses extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL) for select layers. The tech is currently used to make an undisclosed SoC, but is expected to be used by a wider range of chips in the future. The GDDR6 IP from Cadence will naturally make 7LPP more attractive to designers of SoCs, but keep in mind that Samsung has a relatively limited EUVL capacity at the moment
    Cadence’s GDDR6 IP is available now for customer engagements with design files ready for select clients.
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    Anandtech: Apacer Launches 32-Bit SODIMM for Arm & RISC-V Systems

    Apacer has announced a lineup of 32-bit SO-DIMMs designed for systems based on processors featuring Arm, RISC, or RISC-V architectures. The memory modules will enable SoC developers to take advantage of capacity and performance flexibility offered by modular memory solutions.
    Memory organization is a bit different between x86 and Arm/RISC-V based systems. The former typically feature one or more 64-bit memory interfaces to connect one or more 64-bit memory modules (or just a set of DRAM chips) in a bid to maximize raw memory bandwidth and capacity. By contrast, Arm or RISC-V powered SoCs use one or more 16-bit memory interfaces for granularity, power, and efficiency (to maximize channel utilization and effective memory bandwidth) reasons. Since the vast majority of Arm or RISC-V based systems are either mobile or special purpose, most of the memory subsystems are custom-designed with only a handful of SoCs featuring “wide” memory interfaces. As a result, most of them cannot use industry-standard 64-bit DIMMs and rely on soldered down memory.
    The situation is changing with release of Arm-powered server processors, but many of emerging applications still do not need 64 or 128-bit DRAM subsystems, but could take advantage of flexibility that memory modules provide in general. Apacer has offered 32-bit DDR2 and DDR3 modules for such devices for years and is now addressing this need with its new 32-bit DDR4 SO-DIMMs.
    By using modules instead of soldered-down memory subsystems, developers of applications running processors featuring Arm, RISC, or RISC-V architectures will be able to save PCB space, provide manufacturing flexibility, and ensure DRAM upgradeability of their products.
    The family of Apacer’s 32-bit memory modules includes 2 GB, 4 GB, and 8 GB SO-DIMMs operating at DDR4-2133, DDR4-2400, and DDR4-2667 speed bins at 1.2 Volts. The modules are based on various DRAM chips supporting industrial-grade wide-temperature ranges, so they can power a variety of applications. Apacer says that its 32-bit SO-DIMMs are compatible with Arm-based SoCs by NXP, Freescale, Marvell, Cavium, and Texas Instruments as well as “the latest RISC-V 32-bit processors.” Meanwhile, considering the fact that the modules are 32-bit wide, it is not guaranteed that they will work with all SoCs. Given the relatively limited market for such SO-DIMMs, expect them to be priced accordingly.
    Apacer did not say when to expect the modules to become available and how exactly it plans to market them (to enable end-user upgradeability), but the products are already listed at the company’s website, so expect the first customers to get their 32-bit DDR4 SO-DIMMs shortly.
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    Source: Apacer (via TechPowerUp)


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    Anandtech: ASRock's Super Tiny DeskMini GTX Z390: Up to 9900K with MXM GPU

    ASRock has recently introduced its new DeskMini GTX system that combines high-performance components and miniature Micro-STX form-factor. The new DeskMini GTX Z390 supports Intel’s eight-core processors, up to DDR4-4000+ memory, and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 10-series GPUs. As additional bonuses, the latest SFF PC also features two USB 3.1 Gen 2 headers and two RGB connectors.
    As the name suggests, the ASRock DeskMini GTX Z390 is based on a motherboard running Intel’s Z390 chipset and featuring multiple enhancements compared the previous generation ASRock DeskMini GTX Z370. The new SFF PC supports Intel’s processors with up to 95 W TDP, including the top-of-the LGA1151 range Core i9-9900K. Also upgraded is the power delivery - in a bid to ensure stable operation of Intel’s latest CPUs and increase overclocking potential of memory subsystem to DDR4-4000+, the Z390M-STX MXM motherboard design features a 5+1-phase CPU VRM compared to the 3+1 design on Z370. The new DeskMini GTX Z390 also has two USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports supporting up to 10 Gbps speed: a Type-C on the front and a Type-A on the back.
    When it comes to expandability, just like before, the new Z390M-STX MXM motherboard has an MXM Type B+ slot supporting up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB graphics modules. As for storage, the DeskMini GTX Z390 has three M.2 slots supporting PCIe 3.0 x4 SSDs as well as two 2.5-inch bays for various storage devices.
    General connectivity wise, the Z390-based DeskMini GTX features a 802.11ac Wi-Fi + BT module (optional), Intel I219V-based GbE, USB 3.0 Type-A, USB 3.0 Type-C, multiple display outputs (one HDMI 1.4, one HDMI 2.0, one mini DisplayPort 1.4, one DisplayPort 1.4), 3.5-mm audio jacks, etc.
    ASRock will offer two versions of the DeskMini GTX Z390: one with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB GDDR5 module and a 220 W external PSU, another equipped with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB GDDR5X and a 270 W external power supply. Both systems are already listed at the manufacturer’s website, so expect them in retail in the coming weeks.
    In addition to the DeskMini GTX Z390, ASRock also added the DeskMini GTX B360 to the lineup. The latter also has a 5+1-phase CPU VRM and supports Intel’s 8th and 9th Gen Core processors with up to 65 W TDP, but naturally does not support overclocking and some other perks of the enthusiast-class machine (e.g., less PCIe lanes, so different M.2 configuration; no aRGB header, etc.).
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    Source: ASRock


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    Anandtech: ADATA XPG Launches Gaming microSD Cards, up to 512GB

    ADATA this week launched its lineup of microSD cards aimed at gamers. The ADATA XPG microSD cards offer capacities up to 512 GB, and are compliant with the 'App Performance Class 1' standard for guaranteed performance.
    ADATA’s XPG lineup of microSDXC cards includes 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB models and are rated for up to 100 MB/s sequential read speed as well as up to 85 MB/s write speed. The cards are compliant with the Video Speed Class V30 requirements and therefore guarantee a minimum write speed of 30 MB/s. Being A1-compliant, the cards also provide a sustained performance of at least 1500 random read IOPS as well as at least 500 random write IOPS.
    Being aimed at Google Android-based smartphones/tablets, Nintendo Switch consoles, various VR headsets, and other microSD devices, ADATA’s XPG microSDXC cards feature an extended temperature range and can operate in the range between -25ºC to 85ºC (-13ºF to 185ºF), which makes them useful not only for gamers, but also for photographers (with cameras or drones) who many need to work in extreme weather conditions.
    ADATA XPG microSD Cards
    512 GB
    256 GB
    128 GB
    Sequential Read Speed 100 MB/s
    Sequential Write Speed 85 MB/s
    Minimum Sequential Write Speed 30 MB/s
    Minimal Random Read Speed 1500 IOPS
    Minimal Random Write Speed 500 IOPS
    Operating Temperatures -25° to 85° C (-13°F to 185°F)
    Interface UHS-I
    Availability Q4 2018
    SDA Labels A1, V30, U3
    ADATA is the third company to offer microSD cards with 512 GB capacity, alongside PNY and Lexar. The top-of-the-range card will be offered at a premium, and we expect pricing of XPG 128 GB and XPG 256 GB microSD cards to be in line with competition offering similar performance and features.
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    Source: ADATA
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    Anandtech: The Samsung 860 QVO (1TB, 4TB) SSD Review: First Consumer SATA QLC

    The introduction of four bit per cell (QLC) NAND flash memory continues with Samsung's launch of their first consumer SATA SSD with QLC NAND. The new 860 QVO establishes a new entry-level tier in Samsung's highly successful SSD product family. Unlike previous low-end offerings like the 750 EVO and the plain 850, the 860 QVO is getting a broad release and is here to stay.


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    Anandtech: Anton's List of Impressive Products from 2018

    As part of our Holiday Season series of best picks, sometimes the items that impress aren't in those lists. Out of all the people on our team, Anton as our news editor has the widest remit, so I asked him to come up with a list of the products the most impressed him through 2018. It's a super fun list, as Anton goes through his interesting laptops, smartphones, displays, and SSDs. There's even spinning rust on this list! -Ian


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    Anandtech: Shuttle XPC Slim DH370 Barebones PC: Coffee Lake with Three 4K Display Out

    Shuttle has introduced its new ultra-compact personal computer, the XPC Slim DH370. The new desktop PC barebones is aimed primarily at multi-display special-purpose applications and can drive up to three monitors using Intel’s iGPU, but it can naturally be used as an office or home computer. The XPC Slim DH370 is designed for Coffee Lake processors with up to six cores and mainstream TDP.
    Shuttle’s latest XPC slim DH370 comes in a small chassis measuring 19×16.5×4.3 cm, the same as the XPC slim DH310 launched back in August. Both systems support Intel’s 8th Gen up to six cores and use Shuttle’s ICE module featuring a large heatsink and two 60-mm fans, one of which is PWM-controlled. Both machines support up to Intel’s six-core Core i7-8700 processor. Shuttle guarantees that its ICE modules can ensure a stable 24/7 operation in 50?C environments.
    As the name suggests, the key difference between the XPC Slim DH370 and the XPC Slim DH310 is the chipset. Intel’s H370 chipset in the DH370 enables more PCIe 3.0 lanes and USB 3.1 Gen 2 support. Tthe new system also has three 4K display outputs (DP 1.2, two HDMI 2.0) that enable Shuttle to aim it at applications that require three monitors, including flight controls, retail, digital signage, and more.
    When it comes to other things, the XPC slim DH370 and the XPC slim DH310 are generally similar. Both machines feature two SO-DIMM slots for up to 32 GB of DDR4-2666 memory, one 2.5-inch/7-mm bay for a storage drive, an M.2-2280 slot for an PCIe 3.0 x4 or SATA SSD, and an SD card reader. The motherboard design is a custom form factor built for Shuttle.
    As for connectivity, the Shuttle XPC Slim DH370 has eight USB Type-A ports (four USB 3.1 Gen 1 and four USB 3.1 Gen 2), two GbE connectors (driven by Intel’s i211 controllers), two COM ports, and two 3.5-mm audio headers. Also, the new unit has an M.2-2230 slot for Intel’s Wireless-AC 9560 802.11ac Wi-Fi solution featuring a CNVi interface. Power wise, the XPC slim DH370 is equipped with a 90 W external PSU.
    Shuttle XPC Slim DH370
    Model SYS-SH-DH370
    CPU Coffee Lake CPU with 35 W or 65 W TDP
    Up to Intel Core i7-8700
    GPU Intel UHD Graphics 630
    DRAM Two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots
    Up to 32 GB of DDR4-2667 in dual-channel mode
    Motherboard Custom
    Storage SSD M.2-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x4 or SATA)
    DFF 2.5-inch SATA 6 Gbps
    SD SD card reader
    Wireless Optional 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth module
    Ethernet 2 × GbE port (Intel i211)
    USB 4 × USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A
    4 × USB 2.0 Type-A
    Display Outputs 1 × DisplayPort 1.2
    2 × HDMI 2.0
    Audio 2 × 3.5mm audio jacks (ALC662 controller)
    Other I/O 2 × COM ports
    PSU External 90 W PSU
    Warranty Typical, varies by country
    Dimensions Length: 190 mm
    Width: 165 mm
    Height: 43 mm
    MSRP ?
    Shuttle has not announced MSRP of its XPC Slim DH370 barebones, though expect the system to cost more than ~$250, which is the price of the barebones XPC Slim DH310.
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    Source: Shuttle


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    Anandtech: Memory Frequency Scaling in SFF Systems: An Investigation with SO-DIMMs an

    High-performance SFF and UCFF desktops as well as gaming notebooks are becoming big market segments. Makers of PC components have also started to offer high-end parts designed for such systems. Memory-bound workloads in such computing segments can benefit from increased bandwidth and lower latencies. In this article, we take a look at how the performance of the ASRock DeskMini GTX (Z370) varies with different DDR4 SO-DIMM configurations.


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    Anandtech: HP Launches ProBook 400 G6 Series: Thinner & Sleeker Workhorses

    HP on Wednesday introduced its sixth-generation ProBook 400-series laptops, which are aimed at small and medium businesses. Just like their direct predecessors, the new HP ProBook 400-series G6 systems are powered by Intel’s 8th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 "Whiskey Lake" processors. Meanwhile, the new notebooks come in sleeker and thinner aluminum chassis and generally look better than the laptops they're set to replace.
    HP’s ProBook 400-series G6 are typical workhorses that bring together stylish looks, regular weight and thickness, moderate specs, as well as robust security. The latter is enabled by a TPM 2.0 chip, HP’s BIOSphere Gen4 firmware, a fingerprint reader, and an optional Windows Hello-compatible webcam with IR sensors. Though it should be noted that since the ProBook 400-series are not enterprise-grade machines, HP does not offer things like SEDs (self-encrypting drives), remote management, etc. At the same time, select models will be outfitted with Intel’s XMM 4G/LTE Cat 6 or Cat 9 modems to please road warriors. As an added bonus, all the ProBook 400 G6 notebooks also use a spill-resistant keyboard.
    The new ProBook 400-series G6 machines come in aluminum chassis with 13.3, 14, and 15.6-inch displays that appear to be a bit thinner and lighter when compared to ProBook 400-series G5 machines. Speaking of monitors, they feature a 1920×1080 or 1366×768 resolution and may be covered with an antiglare coating. As for weight and thickness, they vary from 1.5 to 2 kilograms as well as from 1.8 to 1.9 cm (see the table below for exact details).
    When it comes to internal hardware, HP’s ProBook 400-series G6 notebooks are based on Intel’s dual-core and quad-core 8th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 processors featuring the Whiskey Lake microarchitecture that are paired with up to 32 GB of DDR4-2400 memory. Storage options are either a full SSD or a hard drive paired with Intel’s 16 GB Optane Memory storage cache. HP also says that select SKUs will be offered with a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GPU, but does not provide any exact details on the matter.
    On the connectivity side of things, HP’s new ProBook 400-series G6 laptops offer a rather typical set of technologies, including 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a GbE port, an HDMI 1.4b output, an SD card slot, USB 3.0 Type-A and Type-C ports, a TRRS audio jack, and so on.

    Being regular workhorses, HP’s ProBook 430 G6, ProBook 440 G6, and ProBook 450 G6 notebooks are not intended to offer any specific technological breakthroughs, but rather a combination of capabilities tailored for small and medium businesses that comes at a right price. Speaking of the latter, HP’s ProBook 400-series G6 laptops will be available this month starting at $589.
    Gallery: HP ProBook 430 G6

    Gallery: HP ProBook 450 G6

    General Specifications of HP's ProBook 400 G6 Laptops
    ProBook 430
    ProBook 440
    ProBook 450
    Display Diagonal 13.3" 14" 15.6"
    Resolution, Type 1920×1080 IPS
    1920×1080 IPS AG*
    1366×768 SVA
    1366×768 SVA AG*
    1920×1080 IPS AG*
    1366×768 SVA
    1366×768 SVA AG*
    Brightness 220 cd/m²
    Color Gamut 67% sRGB
    CPU** Intel Core i7+ 8565U: 4C/8T, 1.8 - 4.6 GHz, 8 MB | 16 GB Intel Optane
    Intel Core i5+ 8265U: 4C/8T, 1.6 - 3.9 GHz, 6 MB | 16 GB Intel Optane
    Intel Core i7-8565U: 4C/8T, 1.8 - 4.6 GHz, 8 MB
    Intel Core i5-8265U: 4C/8T, 1.6 - 3.9 GHz, 6 MB
    Intel Core i3-8145U: 2C/4T, 2.1 - 3.9 GHz, 4 MB
    GPU Intel UHD Graphics 620: 24 EUs (192 shading units), 300 - 1000/1150 MHz
    Optional NVIDIA GeForce dGPU***
    RAM Up to 32 GB DDR4-2400
    Storage 1 TB 5400 rpm SATA
    500 GB 7200 rpm SATA
    128 GB up to 256 GB M.2 SATA SSD
    256 GB up to 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
    Wireless Realtek RTL8821CE 802.11ac (1x1) Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
    Realtek RTL8822BE 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
    Intel Wireless-AC 9560 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5 non-vPro
    Intel XMM 7360 LTE-Advanced Cat 9
    Intel XMM 7262 LTE-Advanced Cat 6
    USB Type-A 2×USB 3.0 Type-A 3×USB 3.0 Type-A
    Type-C 1 × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (power, data, DP 1.2)
    Display Output HDMI 1.4b
    Ethernet GbE
    Webcam 720p webcam
    720p webcam with IR sensors
    Other I/O TRRS connector for audio, speakers, microphone, SD card reader, power connector
    Keyboard HP Premium spill-resistant keyboard
    Figerprint Reader Yes
    Security discrete TPM 2.0 chip
    Battery (capacity | life) 45 Wh | 14 hours 45 Wh | 13.25 hours 45 Wh | 12.5 hours
    Dimensions Width 30.85 cm | 12.15 inch 32.42 cm | 12.76 inch 36.49 cm | 14.37 inch
    Length 23.1 cm| 9.09 inch 23.77 cm | 9.36 inch 25.69 cm | 10.11 inch
    Thickness 1.8 cm | 0.71 inch 1.8 cm | 0.71 inch 1.9 cm | 0.75 inch
    Weight 1.49 Kg | 3.28 Lbs 1.6 Kg | 3.53 Lbs 2 Kg | 4.41 Lbs
    Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64
    Windows 10 Pro (National Academic only)
    Windows 10 Home 64
    Windows 10 Home Single Language 64
    FreeDOS 3.0
    Price ? ? ?
    Notes *AG = antiglare
    **HP's specifications published on its website list too high base frequencies for Intel's CPUs. We
    ***HP does not disclose which NVIDIA GeForce GPUs it plans to offer
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    Source: HP


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    Anandtech: ASUS Releases VivoBook 14 (X420UA): Inexpensive Ultra-Portable with Premiu

    ASUS has introduced its latest mainstream VivoBook 14 laptop, with the new model in some ways bringing the series a bit closer to its premium counterparts. The new VivoBook 14 (X420UA) comes in an aluminum unibody, features a 14-inch display, and runs up to Intel’s fully-fledged quad-core Core i7 processor. Meanwhile, the mobile PC is still aimed at the the mainstream market unwilling to spend a fortune on a notebook.
    Originally launched as inexpensive alternative to more advanced laptops, VivoBooks have been evolving and gaining features from higher-end models in a bid to be more viable in the highly-competitive market of mainstream notebooks aimed at the younger audience. The VivoBook 14 (X420UA) makes another step in the direction of premium laptops with its aluminum unibody chassis featuring a 17.7 mm z-height, a 1.4 kg weight, and narrow 5.7-mm NanoEdge display bezels that have allowed ASUS to install a 14-inch anti-glare Full-HD IPS LCD into a very portable body.
    Inside, the ASUS VivoBook 14 houses Intel’s 8th Gen Core i3/i5/i7 processor with two or four cores and the company's UHD Graphics 620 iGPU. This is paired with up to 8 GB of LPDDR3-2133 onboard memory and an M.2 SATA SSD featuring capacities of up to 512 GB. The laptop is outfitted with a 38-Wh Li-Polymer battery that is rated for up to 11 hours, depending on the workload.
    On the wireless sides of things, the notebook is equipped with a 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2 module. As for physical connectors, it has a USB 3.0 Type-C port, two USB Type-A ports (3.0 and 2.0), an HDMI output, a microSD card slot, a TRRS audio jack, and an AC power adapter plug. The system also has a chicklet keyboard (with optional backlighting), a fingerprint reader, an HD webcam, 2W stereo speakers with SonicMaster enhancements, and a microphone array.
    Keeping in mind all the advantages the new machine has, make no mistake because the new VivoBook 14 is still not quite a lower-speced ZenBook. It is thicker than higher-end 14-inch machines, it has a lower-capacity battery. Besides, some VivoBook 14 configurations will be equipped with cheap TN LCD panels featuring a 1366×768 resolution, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage as well as Windows 10 S, all in a bid to compete for the low-end of the market while offering a premium look and feel.
    ASUS has not announced MSRPs of its new VivoBook 14 machines, but considering that there will be multiple configs based on vastly diverse hardware, expect prices of different models to vary greatly.
    General Specifications of the ASUS VivoBook 14
    LCD Diagonal 14"
    Color Gamut
    1920×1080 | anti-glare IPS, 60 Hz, 45% NTSC
    1920×1080 | anti-glare TN, 60 Hz, 45% NTSC
    1366×768 | anti-glare TN, 60 Hz, 45% NTSC
    CPU Options Intel Core i7 8550U (4C/8T)
    Intel Core i5 8250U (4C/8T)
    Intel Core i3 8130U (2C/4T)
    Intel Core i3 7020U (2C/4T )
    Graphics Integrated HD Graphics 620 (24 EUs)
    RAM 4 or 8 GB LPDDR3-2133 (soldered)
    Storage SSD 128 GB SATA
    256 GB SATA
    512 GB SATA
    Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2
    USB 3.0 1 × Type-A
    1 × Type-C
    2.0 1 × Type-A
    Display Outputs 1
    × HDMI
    Card Reader MicroSD card reader
    Webcam HD webcam
    Fingerprint Sensor Yes
    Other I/O Microphone, stereo speakers, audio jack
    Battery 38 Wh
    Dimensions Width 322.4 mm | 12.7 inch
    Depth 210 mm | 8.26 inch
    Thickness 17.7 mm | 0.69 inch
    Weight 1.4 kilograms | 3 lbs
    Price ?
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    Source: ASUS


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