Alongside the new ZenBook Flip UX370, which we recently saw pass through the FCC, it looks like ASUS is gearing up to launch another convertible "Flip" notebook: the VivoBook Flip TP401. In an image included in a presentation from ASUS' latest financial results (via Notebook Italia), the new VivoBook Flip makes an appearance alongside its ZenBook sibling with the tagline "empowering luxury for everyone."
Judging by the image, it looks like the ZenBook Flip UX370 — pegged as the "ultimate luxury" — will occupy the top of the range, while the VivoBook will sit somewhere below. There's not much else to glean, other than that the VivoBook Flip TP401 will come in at 15mm thick, which compares to 12mm for the ZenBook Flip. The overall designs look fairly similar, with the VivoBook able to flip its hinge 360 degrees to go from laptop to tent or tablet mode on the fly.
It's likely we'll see the VivoBook Flip TP401 arrive with Intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors, and Notebook Italia speculates it will pack a 14-inch display with up to 512GB of SSD storage, up to 16GB of RAM, and optional dedicated NVIDIA graphics. Take any talk of specs with the requisite grain of salt until we get a full reveal, however.
In any case, it's likely we may see both notebooks launched at Computex 2017, which runs from May 30 through June 3, alongside more prominent gaming announcements from ASUS.