When Asus chairman Johnny Shih took to the stage at this year’s Computex press conference he was eager to point out that, while Asus has a reputation for innovating and releasing high end products aimed at the professional market, it also champions the everyday user.
It is fair to say that the VivoBook series very much falls into this category and the new line-up features five bright and bold colour accents. While the concentric circles that mark out the higher-end products are missing on the VivoBooks, they are still tidy looking machines that you wouldn’t be ashamed of pulling out of your backpack at a coffee shop.
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