This Vivobook OLED laptop boasts a refresh rate of 90Hz and a maximum brightness of 600 nits. The Vivobook 14’s IPS version features a peak brightness of 300 nits and a refresh rate of 60Hz. The OLEDs on the Vivobook 15 are available with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a brightness of 600 nits. The Vivobook 15’s two OLED variants have refresh rates of 120Hz and 60Hz, respectively. The ASUS Vivobook 16 boasts a 300-nit maximum brightness and a 16:10 aspect ratio. Additionally, they have a 60Hz refresh rate.
These models of the Vivobook laptop series have 8GB RAM and a SO-DIMM socket that can accommodate an additional 8GB of memory. The laptops have USB, HDMI 1.4, a 3.5mm socket, a DC power input, and PCIe 3.0 NVMe storage (types-A, C). While the OLED editions of the ASUS Vivobook Classic feature a 50Wh battery, the IPS models have a 42Wh battery. This indicates that the 42Wh battery will be present in the Vivobook 16, which is the sole model with an IPS panel. The Vivobook 14, on the other hand, will have an OLED or an IPS panel. The Vivobook 15 lacks an IPS panel and has two OLED display options.
Price & Availability
The price and release information for the Vivobook Classic series from ASUS are currently unavailable. But they are expected to launch very soon, and more details are expected within the next few weeks.