ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16 Launched in China With 4K OLED Screens and Up to Ryzen 9

ASUS launched two new laptops at an event it hosted on Wednesday in China. The Taiwanese electronics manufacturer unveiled the ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16 which offer elite specifications like 4K OLED displays, up to the latest AMD processors and RTX graphics cards from Nvidia.

ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16

ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16 Specifications

The laptops have 14-inch and 16-inch screens respectively. Both the laptops have 4K OLED panels with HDR and 100% DCI-P3 color gamut support. The Lingyao 14 has a 90Hz screen, whereas the Lingyao 16 gets a 120Hz refresh rate display. Both the laptops have an aluminum alloy build with matte paint on their exteriors.

The Lingyao Pro 14 comes with the brand-new state-of-the-art Ryzen 7 5800H or Ryzen 9 5900HX processor, 16GB of DDR4 memory, 512GB solid-state drive storage and 4GB of RTX 3050 GPU that supports 2048 Cuda cores.

ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16

The Lingyao Pro 16 allows you to go beyond the frame rate with the AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX laptop processor. The RTX 3050 Ti delivers graphics precision at 30 frames per second. This Pro 16 is available with up to 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD storage. The keyboard and trackpad are designed for touchscreens. Choose between a battery lasting up to 10 hours or one of 54Wh capacity.

ASUS Lingyao Pro 14 and 16 Prices

The Pro 14 version of Asus Lingyao starts at CNY 6999 ($1088) for the Ryzen 7 model and CNY 7699 (1197) for the next-gen Ryzen 9 model. But the Asus Lingyao 16 costs CNY 8999 ($1399) for Ryzen 9 model.


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