The Asus Zenbook 14 Flip OLED (UP3404) is a convertible notebook with a 360-degree hinge that lets you use the touchscreen display in laptop, tablet, tent, or stand mode. With support for a pressure-sensitive digital pen, you can also write or draw on the screen. And with a 2880 x 1800 pixel, 90 Hz OLED display, this is a laptop that could easily be used as a graphics tablet.

Asus hasn’t announced pricing or availability details yet, but the company has given us a look at the specs for the upcoming notebook.

The new Zenbook Flip 14 OLED will be available with up to an Intel Core i7-1360P processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. The storage is also user-upgradeable, but the memory is not, since it’s soldered to the motherboard.

The notebook’s battery-powered pen charges via USB-C and comes with four interchangeable tips for different hardness levels. It also supports Bluetooth and has a button that allows you to use it as a wireless remote for triggering some actions on your PC.

Other features include an ambient light sensor for automatic screen brightness adjustments, optional support for an Asus NumberPad (which allows you to use the touchpad as a numeric keypad), and Harmon Kardon speakers with Dolby Atmos sound support. The notebook has a 75 Wh battery and comes with a 65 watt USB-C power supply that can give the laptop a 60 percent charge in 49 minutes.

Asus says the laptop will be available in blue and silver color options.

Asus Zenbook 14 Flip OLED (UP3404) specs
Display14 inches
2880 x 1800 pixels
90 Hz
DisplayHDR True Black 500 certification
Pantone Validated
100% DCI-P3 color gamut
87% screen-to-body ratio
ProcessorIntel Core i7-1360P
Intel Core i5-1340P
RAM8GB or 16GB
LPDDR5-4800 (non-upgradeable)
Storage512GB or 1TB
PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD
Ports2 x Thunderbolt 4
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A
1 x HDMI 2.1
1 x 3.5mm audio
WirelessWiFi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
Battery & charging75 Wh
65W USB Type-C charger
Camera1080p IR camera with light and color sensor
OtherAsus NumberPad 2.0 (optional)
Asus Pen 2.0 stylus (optional)
Dimensions311.5 x 223.4 x 15.9mm
(12.3″ x 8.8″ x 0.6″)
Weight1.5 kg
(3.3 pounds)

press release

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  1. Dear Asus and other manufacturers,

    Please stop selling (semi)premium laptops with 8GB of non-upgradeable RAM. It’s not enough now and will be laughably far from enough in a few years.

    Thank you.

    1. 8gb of RAM is more than enough for most users. The only people who need 16gb of RAM are people that work with really large files, like CAD, high end video editing, etc.

      CPU and SSD performance these days is enough that most usage isn’t affected by exceeding your physical memory. For example, web browsing with dozens of tabs open can easily make use of your page memory (virtual memory) in a way that is seamless to the user.

      I personally don’t buy systems below 16gb of RAM these days, but 8gb isn’t categorically insufficient for the average user.