ASUS adds AMD's latest Ryzen mobile processors to the stunning 24-inch Zen all-in-one PC

ASUS Zen AIO 24 (Image credit: ASUS)

What you need to know

  • ASUS announced a refresh for the company's Zen 24 all-in-one PC.
  • AMD's latest Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 mobile processors will be included in configurations.
  • The new all-in-one PC will be available in the U.S. sometime during Q1 2021.

ASUS made quite the stunning all-in-one PC called the Zen AiO 24. It's a 24-inch PC with everything contained within that frees up the rest of your desk space for a keyboard, mouse, and more. For CES 2021, ASUS has refreshed the Zen AiO 24 with the latest AMD Ryzen mobile processors.

As well as including up to an AMD Ryzen 7 5700U mobile processor, which will provide a welcome boost to both performance and efficiency, ASUS also did a run over the design of the all-in-one PC. The elegant look is accentuated by an off-center metal stand, alongside fabric-covered speakers from Harman Kardon.

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CategoryASUS Zen AiO 24
OSWindows 10 Home
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 5 5500UAMD Ryzen 7 5700U
RAMUp to 16GB DDR4
GraphicsAMD Radeon
Storage512GB M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 SSD
Display23.8 inches16:9 aspect ratio1920 x 1080IPS250 nits
Ports2x USB-A 3.21x USB-C 3.22x USB-A 2.03.5mm audio1Gb LANHDMI 1.4
AudioHarman Kardon
ConnectivityWi-Fi 5Bluetooth 5.0
Dimensions21.3 x 17.8 x 7.9 inches(541 x 453 x 200mm)
Weight15.43 pounds (7kg)

Other notable features of the new all-in-one include a built-in HD webcam with privacy shutter and microphone array for enhanced video calls, LCD NanoEdge display with a screen-to-body ratio of 93%, and capable internals that make this an excellent choice for a home office setup.

We don't know the price just yet, but ASUS expects the refreshed Zen AiO 24 to hit the U.S. sometime during Q1 2021.

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.