Except for the iPad Pro, there aren’t many alternatives if you’re searching for a high-end computing tablet. Despite the fact that there are a few high-end Windows tablets on the market, such as the Microsoft Surface 8 Pro, they lack a dedicated GPU, making them less of a gaming tablet.
The Asus ROG Flow Z13, which is expected to be the world’s most powerful gaming tablet, has been teased by Asus. The official teaser indicates it is the Asus ROG Flow Z13, albeit the company has not verified this.
With one difference, the ROG Flow Z13 is believed to feature a similar form factor as the Asus ROG Flow X13, which was released in early 2021. The ROG Flow Z13, unlike the ROG Flow X13, will include a detachable keyboard, making it simpler to take about.
The ROG Flow Z13 is expected to sport a 13-inch high-resolution touch screen display, as the name indicates. The Asus ROG Flow Z 13’s official teaser indicates that the device will contain a PCIe Gen3 x8 based connection, which will allow users to connect external graphics cards (ASUS ROG XG Mobile GPUs) to increase graphics performance.
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Full reveal at the #CES2022ROG virtual launch event, January 4, 11AM PST.
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According to videocardz, the ROG Flow Z13 might be one of the first devices to use AMD Ryzen 6000 APU, which is also set to launch at CES 2022, and the ROG Flow Z13 could be one of the first devices to enter the market with AMD’s newest APU with RDNA2 based GPU and Zen3+ based CPU.
As a result, the Asus ROG Flow Z13 should be an energy-efficient device with long battery life. Even without an additional graphics card, the ROG Flow Z13 should be as powerful as the Apple Silicon M1-powered iPad Pro in terms of performance.
Leaked launch details for Asus ROG Flow Z13
The Asus ROG Flow Z13 will be introduced on January 4 at CES 2022, where a slew of other companies will be displaying their wares.
The event will be broadcast live on sites such as YouTube, and Asus is likely to unveil a few additional ROG items during the CES 2022 launch event. We will be updating you with more details in the future! Until that, stay tuned with us on TechStory for more updates.