Ryzen 7-7730U, a slim design, and probably not an IPS LCD screen.
DataBlitz has a new laptop offer, the ASUS VivoBook 14 M1405YA. It is a mainstream laptop designed for student and work use. Considering it only has 8GB RAM and 512GB M2 SSD storage, it’s not designed to handle very heavy tasks but rather to get you through your paperworks.
The laptop is similar to past VivoBooks including the ergonomic lift hinge, a nearly bezel-less 14″ WUXGA+ (1920x1080px) TFT LCD screen, and a power-saving chipset. It may be the AMD Ryzen 7 powering it, but it’s a chipset where its full potential is kept under wraps. To be exact, it’s the Ryzen 7-7730U processor.
It uses the same number of ports as previous VivoBooks. You get a single USB-A 2.0 port, a single USB-C 3.2 Gen 1, a single HDMI 1.4 port, an audio jack, and a DC Input to plug in its 45W charger. It has a typical 42WHr battery size.
It has Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 for connectivity, a privacy shutter to close the webcam, and uses Windows 11 Home bundled with Microsoft Office for Home and Student.
When you order it, you also get a FREE ASUS Backpack. Again, it costs PHP 42,795 but its price may fluctuate over time.