ASUS Zenbook Pro 15 OLED UM535QA-KY306W (AMD Ryzen 7) Pine Gray
- OS: Windows 11 Home Licnese
- Display: 15.6" FHD OLED IPS Display
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7-5800H Processor
- Memory: 16GB LPDDR4 onboard
- Storage: 1TB PCIe SSD
- GPU: AMD Radeon Graphic
- ODD: Without DVD-RW
- Finger Print ,Backlit Keyboard , Touch Screen
- Battery: 6Cell ,96WH Battery
- Weight: 1.8 Kg
- Warranty: 2 Years (Battery & Adaptor One Year)
Express your creativity, anywhere
Featuring a stunning 15-inch NanoEdge OLED touchscreen with an 88% screen-to-body ratio, ZenBook Pro 15 OLED gives you all the power and precision you need realize your creative vision. With its AMD Ryzen™ 9 5900HX CPU and NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050 Ti GPU discrete graphics, there’s serious performance on tap for powerful productivity so you can create, anywhere, any time. WiFi Master Premium enhanced with up to WiFi 6 gives you uncompromised and unstoppable connectivity.
Bright and clear NanoEdge OLED touchscreen
The bright and clear up to 4K UHD OLED NanoEdge wide-view touchscreen on ZenBook Pro 15 OLED has ultraslim bezels and an 88% screen-to-body ratio, giving you a superbly immersive viewing experience. It also has a cinema-grade 100% DCI-P3 color gamut for ultra-vivid colors.
Ultimate professional-grade colors
ASUS OLED laptops deliver exceptionally detailed and realistic visuals, with a cinema-grade 100% DCI-P3 color gamut. This means that the colors reproduced on the display are richer and more vivid: it’s ideal for color-intensive projects, but also enhances any kind of content.
ASUS OLED laptops maintain a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut at both high and low brightness levels, while on a standard LCD laptop the color gamut is reduced dramatically at low brightness levels. At a gray-level brightness of 16 G, LCD laptops only have an 11% DCI-P3 color gamut, while ASUS OLED laptops maintain a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut.
70% blue-light reduction for eye care
Blue light is known to cause visual discomfort and disrupt sleep quality. However, due to the nature of the special organic lighting materials in an OLED display, ASUS OLED laptops emit 70% less harmful blue light, and they’re also certified by TÜV Rheinland and SGS. More importantly, unlike traditional blue-light filters, shifting the spectrum means there’s no need to compromise color accuracy.
Eye care, even more critical for children
Since children’s eyes are not fully developed, with a more transparent lens and cornea, harmful blue light can penetrate the eye more easily, potentially causing premature aging of the retina. Research has shown that in a five-year-old child’s eyes, approximately 60% of the received blue-light emissions pass through to the retina, compared to only around 20% for a 60-year-old adult. With ASUS OLED displays, the significantly lower blue light levels mean better eye care for children.
OLED has much higher perceptual brightness
On conventional LCD displays, detail and color quality usually decrease dramatically as the brightness is reduced. But ASUS OLED laptops are able to show great detail at lower brightness settings due to their high contrast and their ability to maintain a wide color gamut at low brightness. ASUS OLED laptops can maintain good color reproduction at any brightness level, so you can freely adjust the screen’s brightness to suit your working environment, while still enjoying exceptionally vivid colors. For example, in the living room environment (usually illuminated at about 100 lux), you only need 177 nits brightness in an OLED display to produce the same clear image as 400 nits brightness in an LCD display. At the lower brightness levels needed on OLED displays, there’s less harmful blue light emitted.
True black: See the unseen
ASUS OLED laptops reproduce blacks perfectly. An OLED pixel consists of three sub-pixels, each with its own self-generated illumination: a 4K (3840 x 2160) display has 8,294,400 pixels, which means it has 24,883,200 self-illuminated sub-pixels, compared to just a few dozen LED backlights in most LCD displays. When displaying black on an OLED display, the pixel is simply turned off to produce the darkest possible black. This enables extremely crisp and clear images even in the darkest scenes. You’ll be surprised to see how many new details you’ll spot in your favorite movies!
Fastest response time on any laptop for motion clarity
For a display, response time is the time taken to replace one color with another: the faster the time, the better motion is reproduced. The diagram below shows a color transition from purple to blue. On an ASUS OLED, this transition takes only 0.2 milliseconds, while on an LCD, it might take 10 ms or longer. This makes a lot of difference, since OLED colors and images look correct for most of the time a frame is displayed, whereas LCD images may be blurry during the transition process.
ASUS OLED displays have a 0.2 ms response time – the fastest of any laptop, and 50x faster than the average laptop LCD display. This ensures smoother fast-paced action scenes, low-latency gameplay, and subtle details like blur-free text scrolling. In effect, the smooth visuals on an OLED display can rival those on an LCD display with a much higher refresh rate.
Outstanding all-round performance
ZenBook Pro 15 OLED uses the latest AMD Ryzen™ 9 5900HX processors and up to NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050 Ti GPU discrete graphics that give you next-level performance so you can blitz through any creative task, no matter how demanding. This awesome power is matched by the ultrafast storage, with up to a 1 TB PCIe® 3.0 x4 SSD. The laptop is cooled with exclusive ASUS IceCool Pro technology, which includes dual fans and three heat pipes, helping ZenBook Pro 15 OLED to reliably deliver all the power needed for effortless creativity. Additionally, ZenBook Pro 15 OLED features ASUS Intelligent Performance Technology (AIPT), an ultra-efficient thermal design and power-saving solution. With AIPT, your laptop can run at maximum performance for as long as you need.
Desktop-grade creative graphics power
The NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050 Ti discrete GPU in ZenBook Pro 15 OLED levels up the graphics capabilities to give you desktop-grade performance in a laptop, with up to twice the GPU performance of its predecessor*.