This week, ASUS introduced the new ExpertBook B6 Flip series Windows 11 laptop Featuring the latest up to 12th generation Intel Core i9 HX processorpowered by NVIDIA RTX A2000 graphics, and offers owners support for up to 128GB of dual-channel 4800MHz DDR5 memory, and up to 4TB of internal M.2 storage.
Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released yet by ASUS, but as soon as the information comes out, we’ll keep you updated.
“Maintain strength like ExpertBook B6 Flip Cool is vital to top performance, but unwanted noise is the enemy of creativity. We’ve optimized the cooling system to allow the powerful Intel CPU to run comfortably at a total of 135 watts of TDP (55 watts CPU, 80 watts GPU) in performance mode – without throttling. Also, with NVIDIA Max-P Dynamic Boost support, power users can push performance even further. This feat of engineering uses dual 98-blade fans, three heat pipes and seven smart sensors to ensure optimal cooling performance, while keeping everything quiet – less than 40dB in standard mode – so users can focus on the task at hand without distraction. Attention. “
Windows 11 laptop
ExpertBook B6 Flip offers a comprehensive array of ports for easy data transfer and versatile peripheral connections. This includes a built-in smart card reader for use as a secondary ID check for improved security, and a microSD slot makes it easy for creators to capture, edit, and manipulate massive photos and videos anywhere. It also features two ultra-versatile Thunderbolt 4 ports with DisplayPort 1.4, along with two USB 3.2 Type-A ports and a 2.5Gbps Ethernet port.
Powered by Intel vPro Essentials or Enterprise platforms and Windows 11 Pro, this powerful workstation enables higher productivity, faster and more informed decision-making, and accelerates product development. In particular, ExpertBook B6 Flip has multi-layered security – making it ideal for use in financial and government settings This includes support for self-encrypting TCG Opal SSDs to prevent unauthorized access to data, as well as a separate TPM 2.0 chip to securely store authentication information such as passwords or encryption keys.It also has a smart card reader to enable easy two-factor authentication, with a password Passcode and recognized card required for login – plus an infrared camera for easy face login with Windows Hello.”
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