This laptop is a rather unusual one. It's the ASUS BR1100F laptop made for kids. And it's rather affordable too - at only RM1,599 for this particular unit that we have here.
This laptop is a rather different laptop by the ROG. It's the company's first-ever laptop ultra-thin, ultra-portable, convertible laptop. And yet this isn't the first time I'm using the ROG Flow X13 as well - because a few months ago, we did a video with ROG Malaysia and we showcased the Flow X13 alongside the XG Mobile.
AIO PCs aren't exactly mainstream or widely-adopted by the masses - mainly because many people choose to get a laptop anyway. But, growing up using a desktop and knowing what a desktop can do while also owning a laptop for work and whatnot, we can approach this topic with multiple different perspectives.
Today, what we have here is something out of the ordinary. This is the JOI Book Touch 330 Pro. It's an affordable convertible laptop. This is my first time using the words "affordable convertible laptop" together because I have never seen a device like this before.
The ZenBook Flip 13 UX363 is a laptop that is very reminiscent of the ZenBook Flip S UX371 that we reviewed a few months ago. But, there are a few major differences between these two laptops.
With the slew of 11th Gen of Intel chips, laptop manufacturers are quick to re-release all of their laptops with updated specs. Now, the MSI Prestige 14 Evo is one of those updated laptops too - and the new Evo moniker is not just a distinction to tell you it's powered by the latest 11th Gen Intel chip, but also that it is part of Intel's new Evo certification.
Within ASUS's latest slew of Tiger Lake laptops here in Malaysia, we have a laptop that's called the ASUS VivoBook 15 - specifically, the K513EQ. I know we reviewed the VivoBook S (particularly the S15 S533EA) and A series (A413) of laptops before, but specifically for this time - we recommend you to forget about those and get this VivoBook 15 K513EQ instead. But why? Let's take a look at this video here.