ASUS has announced the availability of ZenBook Flip UX360CA, the first ZenBook model to feature a 360° hinge, in India. The 13.3-inch UX360CA marks the debut of the convertible form factor in the popular ZenBook Series.
The ZenBook Flip UX360CA features up to a QHD+ (3200x1800) display and features a 360° step-less hinge, allowing the Flip to be used as a traditional touchscreen laptop, as a convenient lightweight tablet, or any option in between. At just 1.3 kgs and a thin 13.9mm profile, the Flip has up to 12-hour battery life and is a great choice for business professionals on the move. Powered by the 6th-generation Intel Core M ('Skylake') processor with 8GB of RAM, the ZenBook Flip packs a high-speed up to 512GB solid-state disk (SSD) storage.
The ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA of course carries on the classic ZenBook design ethos. It has a unibody chassis crafted from a single block of solid aluminum, with the lid featuring the signature spun-metal ZenBook finish
Available in two color options - Icicle Gold and Mineral Gray, ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA is available across leading retailers and Asus Exclusive Stores at a starting price of ₹46,990 ($700).
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