Asus refreshes laptop line, adds glasses free 3D at CES 2023


Asus have updated their laptop line as is customary each year – however their 2023 offerings focus on 3D tech.

This year, they’ve introduced (via Tom’s Hardare) a new feature to their Studiobook and Vivobook lineup which is targeted towards creative types looking for something to take their work on the go.

The ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED and the Asus Vivobook Pro 16X 3D OLED, as their names would suggest, will allow users to be able to view their screens in 3D without the need for special glasses.

This effect should be similar to how the Nintendo 3DS worked, albeit with over a decade of technological improvements.

While the 3D might make for a decent gimmick, the laptops themselves are still premium even if one never touches this new feature. They both come with a 16 inch, 3200 x 2000 resolution screen that runs at 120Hz.

The way the 3D will work on the Asus laptops is via their built-in “spatial mode” which can be easily toggled. This will split the display’s very high resolution in an offset manner to give a 3D look.

Beyond this, the laptops will be powered by Intel’s latest Core HX line of CPUs and Nvidia’s latest 40 series GPUs giving ample workhorse specs.

Lastly, neither laptop is expected to launch until sometime in Q3 of 2023. Pricing wasn’t confirmed either during this event, though it’ll likely share a similar price tag to previous generation models of this line.

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