ASUS N Series Laptops Feature Skylake and 4K Displays

The new ASUS N series laptops are the latest to come with Skylake processors. Not only do they come with powerful internals, they also feature classy designs, fast storage and 4K displays to perfectly round out their style.

The Asus N552 and N752 Laptops Come With 4K Displays

The more modest N552 comes with a 15.6” display while its older cousin, the N752 comes with a 17.3” display. From the looks of it, both have touchscreens along with a 100-percent sRGB color palette. More importantly still, both come with 4K displays with 3840 x 2160 resolution and an IPS panel. Both also boast svelte designs, which are 30mm thick at most, and weigh 5.5 pounds.

Processing and Memory

Under the hood, you get either an Intel Core i7 6700HQ or 6300HQ Skylake processor, with 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and up to 512 GB PCIExpress SSD storage (along with options for a traditional HDD or 2.5 inch SSD) with read rates of up to 1500 Mbps. Graphics options also range all the way up to a Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics unit to handle all your gaming needs.

Ports are Covered

Connectivity is quite sufficiently covered, with a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, 3 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, RJ45 Ethernet port and a mini DisplayPort.

Other Nifty Features

ASUS’ SonicMaster Tech is there for better sounding speakers. ASUS’ Eye Care technology will make sure you can work for longer periods without that ugly pain in your eyes.

Pricing and availability details aren’t known just yet, but you should expect more from ASUS in the near future.

  • 4K display on laptop screen is not compatible with majority of software. They look blurred or very small on screen. people should keep in mind while buying one

      • What is the point of buying this high resolution display when you are going to use low resolution to see things properly?

        • faaria didn’t talk about things, instead it said softwares. Lower your resolution only for those softwares whose installers do not have a responsive UI.

          All other ‘things’ and media content will scale up to 4K very fine.

          I’m using a laptop with Full HD resolution and I can tell you that using a screen of Full HD gives a totally different experience in typical cheap-res 720p screen. I can imagine 4K experience will be a true gem.

          Especially if Linux is run over it. 😝

    • 4K looks great, there is no such thing that they looked blurred and it is good for content creation, editing , designing , watching/creating videos etc it can also handle most of the games @ decent settings.

      • my MATLAB (latest version) looks blurred on my 4K screen laptop. some software buttons have too small buttons like VLC player. if you do a little search on internet you’ll find so many people talking about it

    • The only to keep in mind is the high price of these 4k Laptops.
      Who would even buy a laptop considering that it has 4k display?

  • i think 1080p is sufficient enough for a laptop screen as well as a mobile screen. Difference between 4k and 1080p cannot be established until you look at the screen from a mm of distance. 4k screens are expensive and drain battery faster and wastage of materials. They should only be allowed on LED, OLED TV’s etc. But 4k recording should be made available on all high-end smartphones that show up in 2016 and onwards.

    • don´t say about things u know nothing… i had two almost the same notebooks from asus one with 4k one with fhd and i can say edges are much sharper and also it seems like next gen of display so colors are better… and no i dont look on my laptop with loupe

  • So that minute difference, how does that make a difference in your viewing experience???? 1080 P is more than enough and consumes less battery, maybe i didn’t or no one else went to school and amazing your have all the knowledge. Kudos!

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