ASUS brings news and presents the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED on the NOS Alive 22

Deepak Gupta July 7, 2022
Updated 2022/07/07 at 4:52 AM

Brands are transforming their offer and positively forcing market trends. A specific case came to us with the presentation of the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED that Asus presented at the NOS Alive 22. The “computer”, if we can call it that, wants to bring some disruption to the way we use the screens of these machines.

The Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is attractive, and with the Pplware page open, you can see the usefulness of a screen… incredible.

ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: A PC with the biggest foldable screen

ASUS is present at NOS Alive 22 and took advantage of the first day of the festival to present to the press the new laptop with innovative folding design, the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED.

The company worked closely with Intel and the BOE Technology Group to design this new Zenbook, featuring the largest foldable display ever and the world's first 17.3” foldable OLED laptop.

The folding design offers two OLED screen sizes in one device: a wide 17.3” 2.5K 4:3 touchscreen that folds in half to create two uninterrupted 12.5” 3:2 displays with 1920x1280 resolution.

Combined with the full-size ASUS ErgoSense® Bluetooth® keyboard and touchpad, the foldable design provides the versatility of multiple modes - PC, Laptop, Tablet, On-Screen Keyboard, Book and Extension.


  • Stunning visuals with 2.5K foldable OLED screen certified for eye care
  • Equipped with 12th Gen Intel Core i7 U-series processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB PCIe4 SSD for unprecedented performance
  • The collapsible frame allows for completely versatile use, from a 12.5-inch portable form factor to an impressive 17.3-inch desktop form factor.

In summary, this machine, which can be "a lot", does have a fantastic screen and 17 inches of viewing area. It's a generous laptop, a huge tablet, and countless uses.

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