The VivoBook Max X541/A541 is powered by 7th generation Intel Core i3 processors with 4GB DDR4 RAM.

ASUS launches third generation VivoBook Max in India
Atom Technology Thursday, June 01, 2017 - 16:03

Taiwanese technology giant ASUS on Thursday launched its third generation high-performance mainstream notebook -- VivoBook Max X541/A541 -- that is powered by 7th generation Intel Core i3 processors with 4GB DDR4 RAM (expandable up to 12GB).

The VivoBook Max is available at a starting price of RS 31,990 across all retailers and channel partners.

The notebook has a specially designed gaming grade Chiclet keyboard with 2.3mm key travel distance for great typing experience. 

The touch pad is 11% larger than those found on similarly sized laptops and features palm rejection technology for precise input, the company said in a statement.

Equipped with ASUS 'SonicMaster' audio and 'AudioWizard' technology, the device helps users optimise the settings for immersive sound delivery. 

It also features twin 3W speakers and a special transmission line design to provide rich, deep bass and distinct vocals. 

It also comes with Asus Tru2life video technology, which Asus claims provides 200% sharper visuals. For connectivity, the notebook comes with a reversible USB Type C connector, which can offer 5Gbps data transfer speeds.

The 1.9 kg notebook has a 15.6-inch Full-HD display and comes in five colours -- chocolate brown, red, silver gradient, aqua blue and white.

According to some reports, The VivoBook Max also features something called Asus Splendid Technology. This gives three different picture modes for various scenarios like eye care mode, normal mode and vivid mode. These settings can then be further customized. The notebook also comes with a SuperBatt technology which provides three times longer battery lifespan.

(With inputs from IANS)

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