The laptop in question is the ExpertBook B6 Flip, which the brand describes as a mobile workstation, intended for power users and professionals including architects, engineers, and product designers.
The laptop features a 16-inch flippable touchscreen display, with up to an Intel Core i9-12950HX vPro processor, Nvidia Quadro A2000 8GB graphics chip, 128GB of RAM, and two M.2 SSD slots for to up 4TB storage. The device supports a Performance mode that allows its system to run at 135 watts total TDP, 55 watts for CPU, and 80 watts for GPU — and according to Asus, with no throttling.
Intel’s HX processors can run at higher wattages, and have shown up most commonly in
To maximize performance, the laptop includes Nvidia Dynamic Boost 2.0, which helps juggle power limits the CPU and GPU. The ExpertBook B6 Flip is powered by a 90-watt-hour battery and supported by a 240-watt-hour adapter. All that power comes with a significant toll on portability, though, as the ExpertBook B6 Flip is over an inch thick and nearly six pounds. That’s smaller than the ThinkPad P16 or Precision 7770, but it’s still got quite a lot of heft.
Lastly, the ExpertBook B6 Flip has an option for a mini-LED screen with up to 1,000 nits of brightness in HDR.
The other two new laptops from Asus are a bit more conventional — the ExpertBook B5 and the ExpertBook B5 Flip. Specs for the
Additionally, ExpertBook B5 models offer a 50-watt-hour three-cell battery option, an 84-watt-hour four-cell battery option, and a 90-watt-hour AC adapter.
The ExpertBook B5 features a 16-inch OLED display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, for color realism.
The ExpertBook B5 Flip features a 16-inch 360-degree rotatable display that can be set to tablet, tent, stand, and traditional laptop modes. It also includes a ported stylus that provides 45 minutes of use with just a 15-second charge inside the chassis.
All three Asus ExpertBook models will be available in the fourth quarter of 2022.
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