Coming from the ZenBook Pro last year, ASUS has brought it down to their VivoBook Series. ASUS revamps the Vivobook to look more premium featuring the ScreenPad 2.0.
ASUS has decided to finally revamp their VivoBook series and pattern it with the ZenBook Series featuring the ASUS ScreenPad 2.0 as a secondary screen providing better productivity and efficiency. They have also brought down the ErgoLift hinge design for comfortable typing.
VivoBook S14 and S15 are the first series of ASUS to feature the new ScreenPad 2.0. Powered by the new ScreeXpert software, ScreenPad 2.0 is now a 5.65-inch touchscreen that offers new features and benefits. ASUS has revised it to make it feel more like a smartphone and now uses ASUS API to optimize software and use experiences.
ASUS has brought down most of their design features to the VivoBook series including the NanoEdge display and WiFi 6 capabilities. The built-in IR camera also offers hands-free login, and advanced biometrics using Windows Hello.