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(Review) ASUS ZenBook Flip S OLED Notebook: A New World!



(Analysis) ASUS ZenBook Flip S OLED Laptop: The technology so successful in the world of smartphones that brings OLED screens to life brings many benefits to any electronic device. Because in addition to the gain in image quality and energy efficiency, these panels are also much thinner and lighter because they do not require a “backlight”.

Which of course got many computer enthusiasts thinking … So … When will we launch a laptop with an OLED display?

Well then the wait is over! All thanks to a big ASUS bet on technology. Not only in the higher ranges (ZenBook Flip S OLED), but also in the range of ultrabooks under 1000 euros, such as the ZenBook 13 “OLED.

But let’s work in parts! Today, let’s take a closer look at the ZenBook Flip S.

(Review) ASUS ZenBook Flip S OLED Notebook: A New World!

Introduction and prices

Thus, the ZenBook Flip S is without a doubt a 2 in 1 notebook bonus, which comes on the market with a 4K OLED (touchscreen) that is also equipped with Intel Tiger Lake processors and of course Thunderbolt 4 connectivity.

However, the fact that it is a premium device has its price, of course, and in this case it is $ 1499.99.

However, unlike other markets, the ZenBook Flip S is only available in one version in Portugal. This version that arrived in a very curious way and sold out almost immediately! (We now have more units on the way this summer).

Everyday use and design

ASUS relies heavily on a basic design in its premium series, and of course the ZenBook Flip S follows the same strategy with millimeter precision. That said, this 2 in 1 comes in Jade Black, accompanied by some copper finishes that are just plain killing. It’s a design that screams premium without leaving much of the shape that ASUS has defined for these devices.

So we have a device that weighs only 1.2 kg and is not the lightest ultrabook on the market, but that makes up for it with a simply brutal build quality and “feel”. In my opinion, it is a device that feels like a portable device but is also capable of great tablet convenience. A formula that is not new but is always difficult to achieve.

On top of that, we’re only 13.9mm thick, which again isn’t the lowest thickness on the market, but is deadly on this machine.

In terms of connectivity, we have a USB 3.2 input, another HDMI input and 2 USB-C inputs, both with Thunderbolt 4 support, which can charge the notebook. However, when it comes to the USB-C ports, it feels like at least one of them could have gone to the other side of the notebook for easier charging if you had more options to move the charger to a different location.

Interestingly, we don’t have a 3.5mm audio out for some reason! This goes without saying in the smartphone world, but it doesn’t really make much sense in the notebook world. Especially on this machine, which even has an excellent range of connectivity components. But to be honest … I can’t remember the last time I used wired headphones. So it is by no means the end of the world. (ASUS even puts an adapter in the box!)

Keyboard and TouchPad convenience

The laptop’s keyboard is decent, but it lags a bit behind what ASUS can offer even in other devices like the ZenBook Duo: it’s decent, but not the best in its class. The touchpad is just brutal! With its large glass surface, we have a super fast and responsive experience.

Interestingly, this touchpad also features the increasingly traditional physical calculator that can now stay on all the time, even if you keep browsing the internet or huge Excel spreadsheets.

Screen: The most positive point of the entire device!

We have a compact notebook with a very compact screen (13.3 “) with an aspect ratio of 16: 9. In other words, ASUS decided for some reason not to go for the 16:10 or 3: 2 aspect ratios which are now very popular in the productivity-oriented areas.

That said, the screen has super small margins, but like we said from the start, it’s not the smallest margin out there. In short, they are thin thanks to the implementation of an OLED screen. But not too thin as it is a 2 in 1 which means it can be used as a tablet.

The 4K display now covers the entire area 100% sRGB, AdobeRGB and DCI-P3. It is suitable for media consumption, productivity and of course for creative people.


As already mentioned, there is only one version of this notebook on our market that is equipped with an Intel i7-1165G7 processor, 16 GB DDR4 RAM and 1 TB memory. We also have Wi-Fi 6 support.

Of course, there’s no room here for a dedicated graphics card, but there it is … If you’re looking for a laptop for gaming or more graphics-intensive tasks, you can never go for an ultrabook, especially a 2-in-1.

In short, it is a device that is capable of ensuring good performance on a daily basis, which is more than sufficient for the vast majority of users.


In terms of battery, the Flip S impresses with 15 hours of autonomy on paper, a figure that can be achieved with light use. In everyday life you can easily achieve ~ 13 hours with “normal” use. In other words, it’s a machine that gives you some guarantee that you can go out of the house without a charger.

Charging is done using a 65W USB-C charger, but you can use any USB-C PD charger. However, with the supplied charger you can charge 42% in half an hour.


In short, the ASUS ZenBook Flip S offers a very interesting package that offers performance, autonomy and, of course, a very attractive design for every consumer.

All of this without ever forgetting the incredible OLED screen that transforms this device, and apparently it has the potential to revolutionize the world of portable computers. In my opinion it is one of the best 2 in 1 notebooks money can buy.

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Galaxy S22 Ultra relies on “water drop” cameras




Despite all the rumors that point to a delay, it looks like it won’t be long before Samsung announces its new Galaxy S22 range of smartphones! That range, which of course will have the flagship, is the new S22 Ultra.

Well, we are about 3 months away from the official launch, but today we already have access to some renders that show us a lot of what Samsung has developed in its laboratories. Especially in the area of ​​rear-view cameras.

Galaxy S22 Ultra relies on “water drop” cameras

So in the S22 Ultra space, we’ve had some design conflicts, with some experts pointing to one side while others pointing to an entirely different side.

But … it is very likely that this is the way. At least according to Super Roader, a well-known South Korean source in the smartphone world.

In short, Samsung wants water drop cameras on its S22 Ultra. Interestingly, this all seems to pay homage to LG Velvet.

This means we won’t have an “island” of cameras as usual, as Samsung prefers a more similar design to that already used in the Galaxy A range of smartphones.

Obviously, the cameras of the S22 Ultra will stand out more due to the size of the sensor and optics used. After all, smartphones like the A32 do not have lenses designed for zoom, while the S22 Ultra will have two telecameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom.

As already mentioned, the waterdrop design reminds us of the very curious LG Velvet. A smartphone that tried to differentiate itself from anything we could find on the shelves. An excellent idea! With LG pulling out of this market, Samsung can use its disappearance to differentiate itself from other brands.

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Matrix: Morpheus won’t return because he died in a game!




If you’ve reached your expectations of seeing Matrix Ressurections, you’ve probably seen the trailer a couple of times already! Once a year the saga was in theaters without grace. This trailer shows the return of Keanu Reeves (Neo) and Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity), but leaves out Laurence Fishburne (Morpheus).

This is where you’re probably thinking that the actor turned down the role, or that the project team thought she was too old or out of shape to get back into the saga. But the reason is a lot simpler and actually a lot more silly. Morpheus is dead in the Matrix universe!

Morpheus is not returning to the Matrix because he died in an unknown game

So we have known since 2019 that Morpheus would not be back. But of course there is always a glimmer of hope in the hearts of real fans. And indeed, seeing a Matrix without that character turns out to be an incomplete experience for all the potential that return brings to the table.

But let’s get down to business … What do you mean?

Well, the actor had to answer that question himself and said:

  • “I’m not in the new film. You have to ask Lana Wachowski why! I have no answer to that question. “

This gives the impression that the actor wasn’t even addressed. Do you know why? Morpheus died in an almost unknown game called Matrix Online.

Matrix Online is an MMO spin-off that was released back in 2005. Interestingly, this game had the big goal of continuing to tell the story of this legendary saga.

Well, during the game that takes place after the events of The Matrix Revolutions, Morpheus returns to the Matrix to speak to the Oracle. To be clear, you understand why Neo’s body was not returned from the machines despite the apparent truce between the two parties.

Frustrated by the events, Morpheus tries to virtually restore Neo in order to somehow revive him. A project that fails and results in the character going straight to the machines to recover the body of “The Chosen One”. A request that is again denied.

After all of this, Morpheus turns into some sort of terrorist who detonates “code bombs” all over the Matrix in an attempt to force the machines to comply with his request. However, this only resulted in the appearance of “Assassin,” a machine-created program to eradicate Morpheus from the face of the earth.

In short, the new Matrix is ​​a sequel to the original saga, and since the game is “Cannons” there is no Morpheus for anyone.

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Apple will also be releasing a new MacBook Air … With Notch!




In case you didn’t know, according to several recent leaks, the MacBook Pro 2021, which was to be announced later today, is going to have an entirely new design that requires us to insert a “notch” that is very similar to what we can do can be found in Apple iPhone smartphones.

Well, this “notch” will not only reach the “Pro” models! It will also be included in the new MacBook ‘Air’ 2022.

Apple will also be releasing a new MacBook Air … With Notch!

Shortly after accessing the Internet, it appears to be a disassembled MacBook Pro 2021 with a “notch” integrated into the screen. See, we now have new rumors suggesting that the MacBook Air 2022 has the exact same glitch on the screen. Incidentally, that should be the biggest change in the design of the popular Air, at least at first glance.

If you forget about the “notch”, everything indicates that the MacBook Air will have some small changes that could improve the look of the whole package. Brings it closer to the new Pro model.

However, “Notch” doesn’t offer the same functionality that we find on the iPhone. In other words, forget about Face ID. The module has an FHD camera, a TrueTone sensor and a microphone. Only and only that! There is no face recognition for anyone. Ah … and the size of the “notch” is the old, not the current size of the iPhone 13.

With the manufacturing crisis already reaching Apple’s production lines, the new MacBook Air is not expected to hit the market until late next year, with mass production starting sometime in the third quarter. In other words, if you happen to have a new generation MacBook in 2021 or 2022, you will most likely have to go for the “Pro” … When there is stock.


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