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ASUS gives its VivoBook line fun colors and 10th-gen Core CPUs

ASUS is once more using CES to revamp its mid-tier VivoBooks (plus its ZenBook Duo — look for a separate post on that), and this year the emphasis is on a splash of color mated with subtle refinements. The VivoBook S series and the standard VivoBooks all include 10th-generation Intel Core U- and G-series chips as well as options for WiFi 6 and dedicated NVIDIA graphics. The company is also promising updated designs, although the changes are subtle this year.

The VivoBook S13, S14 (above) and S15 should deliver improved typing thanks to large key caps, and it’ll be impossible to miss the yellow-trimmed Enter key (present on all of ASUS’ new laptops). You can also expect fresh colors that include Hearty Gold, Indie Black and Transparent Silver. Otherwise, they remain the metal-chassis systems you’ve come to know, with the S13 weighing just 2.6lbs while the S15 tops out at a still-modest 4lbs. You can also expect 1080p screens, Core i5 and i7 CPUs, up to 16GB of RAM, either a 256GB or 512GB Optane-assisted SSD and the choice of a GeForce MX250 if you need a graphics boost…

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