Asus presented a Vivo Book S PC line at Computes prior this year, and now it's propelled another expansion to that line. Called the S510, it includes a 15.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1280) show, seventh-age Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB of capacity, and a few ports including USB-C, USB Type-A, USB 2.0, HDMI, a 3.5mm jack, and a SD card peruser. It weighs 3.7 pounds, has a 7.8mm-thick bezel, and looks simply like a Mac Book. This Vivo Book S accompanies a brushed aluminum body. Be that as it may, when we looked at the Vivo Book Pro S15, which begins at 600, we saw it doesn't have a full aluminum body; the base is plastic, with a brushed metal top and deck. We're accepting the S510 is a similar way, however we've reached Asus for more subtle elements. Asus Zenbook Flip S: Super thin convertible stick stuffed with top-rack unit. Asus Customer Support

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The VivoBook S S510 runs Windows 10 Home out of the crate and begins at $699. It goes up to $799 contingent upon your coveted design, notwithstanding. We're not yet beyond any doubt about UK estimating or accessibility, but rather in the US,

you can get the ultra book now through Asus, ABT, B&H, Computer Upgrade King, and Newegg. We figure this PC would be awesome for those of you who need a powerful, ultra versatile PC with MacBook Air-level takes a gander, at a value that is somewhat less demanding to swallow. Furthermore, on the grounds that it doesn't run Windows 10 S, you don't need to stress over constrained usefulness, for example, the powerlessness to download outsider applications.