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Asus Puts Intel’s Kaby Lake Processor In Two New Laptops

The UX 410UA and the UX410UQ are powered by the seventh-gen Intel “Kaby Lake” i3 7100/ i5 7200U/ i7 7500U processor.

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Finding a laptop powered by Intel’s Kaby Lake 7th generation Core processor is nothing new, what’s new is, Asus unveiling its first laptop powered by Intel’s 7th generation processor. The listing on the company’s website shows the UX410 series will have two new laptops  – The UX 410UA and the UX410UQ are powered by the seventh-gen Intel “Kaby Lake” i3 7100/ i5 7200U/ i7 7500U processor. Both new laptops are almost identically the same expect for their graphics cards. The UX410Q features a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics card, whereas the UX410UA comes with integrated Intel graphics.

id184495_1The listing also mentions that both laptops come with a 14-inch FullHD display, 1x USB Type-C, 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 and 1x HDMI, weighs 3.5 pounds, and only 18.95mm thick. This is not the first laptop to feature Intel’s Kaby Lake 7th generation Core processor, we’ve seen a couple from the likes of Razer, Lenovo, and Acer. There’s no pricing or availability info for both laptops yet, if you are interested in getting one, you get get the full spec and details for the UX410UA here and the UX410UQ here.