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Asus Zenbook 17 Fold UX9702

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Asus Zenbook 17 Fold UX9702
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold UX9702
Processeur
Intel Core i7-1250U 10 x 0.8 - 4.7 GHz, 29 W PL2 / Short Burst, 16 W PL1 / Sustained, Alder Lake-U
Carte graphique
Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7 80EUs, Processeur: 950 MHz
Mémoire
16 Go 
, LPDDR5-5200, dual-channel, onboard
Écran
17.30 pouces 4:3, 2560 x 1920 pixel 185 PPP, Capacitive, BOE9C40, OLED, brillant: oui, HDR, 60 Hz
Carte mère
Intel Alder Lake-P PCH
Disque dur
Samsung PM9A1 MZVL21T0HCLR, 1024 Go 
, 1TB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 performance SSD, 905 Go libres
Carte son
Intel Alder Lake-P PCH - cAVS (Audio, Voice, Speech)
Connexions
2 USB 4.0 40 Gbps, 2 Thunderbolt, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 2 DisplayPort, Connectique audio: 3.5mm, Capteur de luminosité
Réseau
Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211 (a/b/g/h/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.2
Taille
Hauteur x Largeur x Profondeur (en mm): 12.9 x 378.5 x 287.6
Batterie
75 Wh Lithium-Ion, 4-cell
Système d'exploitation
Microsoft Windows 11 Home
Appareil photo
Appareil photo primaire: 5 MPix IR
Fonctionnalités additionnelles
Haut-parleurs: Quad speakers, Clavier: Chiclet, Rétroéclairage du clavier: non, 65W USB-C PSU, USB-C-to-USB-A adapter, sleeve, MyAsus, 24 Mois Garantie
Poids
1.826 kg, Alimentation: 225 g
Prix
3499 euros

 

Pricecompare

Note moyenne: 73.77% - Moyen
Moyenne de 24 notes (à partir de 47 critiques)
prix: 73%, performances: 75%, équipement: 61%, écran: 85% mobilité: 72%, finition: 76%, ergonomie: 82%, degré de nuisance: 91%

Critiques pour le/la Asus Zenbook 17 Fold UX9702

84.5% Test de l'Asus Zenbook 17 Fold : les débuts de ce convertible OLED pliable de 17 pouces | Notebookcheck
Avec le Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, Asus a sorti un convertible pliable de 17 pouces doté de composants modernes tels qu'un processeur Core i7. Nous avons exploré en détail les avantages et les inconvénients de ce grand appareil pliable afin de déterminer s'il peut être un compagnon sérieux et mobile.
60% Test ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED : PC portable à écran pliant ou tout-en-un transportable ?
Source: Clubic Français
Passé maître dans l’art de tester de nouvelles choses sur le marché laptop, ASUS nous livre un excellent produit — en devenir — avec son Zenbook 17 Fold OLED. Pour l’instant, il faut surtout retenir que le concept de laptop à écran pliant n’a pas tout à fait atteint son plein potentiel. Exactement comme avec la première génération de smartphones pliants, on sent bien que quelque chose d’important est en train d’émerger, mais ASUS n’a pas encore réussi à pleinement transformer ce premier essai. En dépit d’une polyvalence assez impressionnante et d’un vrai plaisir à l’utilisation (notamment en mode « desktop »), le Fold se contente dans l’immédiat d’un design perfectible à bien des égards (épaisseur de l’appareil une fois replié, visibilité de la pliure, reflets de l’écran, solidité inquiétante du pied dépliable, etc…) et nous force à composer avec de trop nombreux défauts, dont une connectique limitée au strict minimum, un clavier tout le temps à plat (et non rétroéclairé), ou encore une autonomie limitée pour certains usages. Difficile de lui pardonner tout cela à 3999 euros, mais nous ne doutons pas que le meilleur est à venir — avec une éventuelle prochaine itération.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/28/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60% performances: 70% écran: 80% mobilité: 70% finition: 60%
80% Test Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED (UX9702) : le PC ultraportable pliable XXL
Source: Phonandroid Français
L’Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED n’est peut-être par le meilleur portable du monde, mais c’est assurément le meilleur PC pliable du monde et probablement l’un des ultraportables les plus intéressants et versatiles. Le comparer stricto sensu à un autre ultraportable (plus léger, plus compact, plus puissant…) serait une hérésie puisque sa « pliabilité » le rend unique en son genre (pour sa diagonale d’écran). Il constitue une fusion magique du PC et de la tablette. Les défauts de cet hurluberlu technologique sont encore nombreux (prix, poids, autonomie, durabilité de l’écran dans le temps, charnières massives, « jaquette » imposante), mais ses atouts (multiécran en mobilité, tactilité, rapport poids/diagonale, compacité…) sont incomparables, d’un point de vue pratique. Ce n’est actuellement pas un PC pour tous, mais il constitue probablement l’embryon du PC de demain.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/26/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80%
60% Asus ZenBook 17 Fold OLED
Source: Les Numeriques Français
L’Asus ZenBook 17 Fold Oled propose une modularité intéressante (modes PC portable et desktop) et son écran flexible permet d’en mettre plein la vue, mais les reflets du revêtement de la dalle ajoutés à ceux dans la courbure gâchent le plaisir des yeux. Si les performances et l’autonomie sont acceptables, le manque de connectique et l’encombrement une fois replié ternissent l’ensemble.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/23/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60% performances: 60% écran: 80% mobilité: 80% finition: 80%
60% Test de l’Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED : l’ère du PC pliant est ouverte
Source: Frandroid Français
Voilà le genre de note qui a besoin d'une bonne conclusion pour être comprise. Chez Frandroid, on considère que nos notes doivent être fonction de notre recommandation du produit. À 3999 euros, il aurait fallu que l'appareil soit quasi parfait pour être recommandable et ce n'est pas le cas. Le Zenbook 17 Fold nous rappelle forcément le tout premier Galaxy Fold de Samsung, victime du même genre de défauts. Une première génération là pour débroussailler le terrain avant des générations plus convaincantes et mieux finies. On espère vivement qu'Asus va continuer sur cette voie. Le concept est bon, l'exécution est à améliorer.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/17/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60% performances: 70% écran: 80% mobilité: 70% finition: 70%
70% Test Asus Zenbook 17 Fold Oled : un très beau mais couteux PC portable à écran pliable
Source: CNet France Français
Le ZenBook Fold d'Asus tient-il la plupart des promesses de son design ? Oui. Faut-il craquer ? Probablement pas au vu de son tarif élitiste. Cela reste une machine ostentatoire, qu'il vaut mieux laisser aux PDG et autres influenceurs qui aiment parader avec les dernières innovations tape à l’œil mais peu pratiques. Cependant, cet ordinateur portable pliant est clairement un aperçu sur l'avenir de l'informatique personnelle. Nous ne serions pas surpris que d’ici 10 ans, nous utilisions tous des terminaux à écran pliable comme celui-ci.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/15/2022
Notes: Note globale: 70%
Prise en main de l'Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: Que vaut ce PC pliable à 3999€?
Source: Nextpit France Français
Le nouveau PC pliable d'Asus est-il un appareil super excitant qui donne envie d'en savoir plus? Oui! Mais est-il en même temps beaucoup trop cher si vous cherchez un PC portable pour travailler ou pour le quotidien, malheureusement, oui! Car vous obtiendrez les mêmes performances dans des ultraportables qui, même chez Asus, frôlent la limite des 1500 euros. Bien sûr, ils n'ont pas d'écran OLED pliable, mais dans la plupart des situations, vous n'en profiterez guère. L'avantage de pouvoir utiliser le Zenbook 17 Fold OLED comme substitut de bureau ne fait aucun doute. En dehors de cela, la tablette géante est trop lourde pour être tenu allongé sur le canapé. Aussi, en mode clavier virtuel, la frappe intensive est fatigante et imprécise et avec le clavier posé, vous transformerez le Zenbook 17 Fold OLED en un PC portable traditionnel. Sur ce point, je trouve les PC portables d'Asus avec écran secondaire sur le côté inférieur nettement plus pratiques au quotidien, en même temps, ceux-ci peuvent même être inclinés dans les nouvelles générations pour une meilleure visibilité.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/01/2022
Prise en main de l’Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED : le mot-clé ici est « patience »
Source: Frandroid Français
L’Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED est un produit que l’on a envie de recommander d’un point technologique, mais qu’il ne faut pas acheter dans cette première itération. Le mot clé ici est « patience ». Parce que tout cela étant dit, il faut attendre les prochaines générations. Les premiers smartphones pliants de Samsung étaient criblés de problèmes. Cependant, plusieurs générations plus tard, le Galaxy Z Fold 4 est un très bon smartphone (bien que trop cher). La base du Zenbook 17 Fold OLED est solide. Toutefois, Asus a encore du travail à fournir pour concevoir un produit qui remplacera n’importe quel PC ou tablette.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/31/2022

Critiques dans des langues étrangères

78% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The Zenbook 17 Fold is a fascinating vision of what laptops of the future might look like, but we’re not quite there yet. Having a 17.3in tablet that can seamlessly become a desktop replacement or 12.5in laptop is genuinely impressive, especially as they’re just three of six distinct modes available. Each posture has its own benefits and drawbacks, but the device’s versatility is unmatched. The excellent OLED screen is a real highlight despite the sometimes awkward aspect ratios, especially when combined with great battery life and solid audio. Performance is decent, albeit limited without a discrete GPU. Ports are also limited, while the heavy, bulky design certainly isn’t for everyone. A high price tag means only enthusiasts will consider buying one, but that’s to be expected for a first-gen foldable. It’s a leap of faith for Asus that will hopefully pay off in the long run.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/28/2022
Notes: Note globale: 78%
Asus ZenBook 17 Fold OLED (UX9702) First Impressions
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
There's plenty more to talk about, including Asus' software tweaks. The most important thing, though, is how it will feel to actually use the ZenBook 17 Fold long-term as a laptop for everyday work and entertainment. Handling it will take some getting used to, but I do see the appeal. When out and about with my 13.3-inch laptop, I've often wished I could see more spreadsheet columns or work across two programs side by side. Then there's also its potential for entertainment – catching up on shows while on long flight, for example. Will all laptops eventually go the way of smartphones and ditch physical keyboards? Is the ZenBook 17 Fold the best of both worlds, or is it just another niche toy? If you do choose to be an early adopter just because it's cool, will you be able to get all your work done? We're going to explore all of this in our full review, plus of course we'll put the ZenBook 17 Fold through all our usual tests. Stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for a full examination, coming up very soon.
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/24/2022
Why foldable laptops are the future – ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED UX9702
Source: NLT Anglais EN→FR
Despite all of that, we can already look at Samsung to see how foldables have evolved over the years. They are getting more mature as years go by, and even the company’s warranty policy (particularly for Malaysia) has become more inclusive, thus instilling more confidence to the customers to purchase such a device. With that said, I am sure ASUS is going through the same uphill battle as Samsung went through a few years ago. Being one of the first to create foldable laptops is not going to be easy. Perhaps ASUS, Microsoft, and many more apps will be made to work seamlessly with these sort of devices that has an adaptive UI.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2022
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Malaysia review: Is the future foldable? Maybe, but not now
Source: Soycincau Anglais EN→FR
Even if you’re able to put all of that aside—maybe you just love the idea of a folding laptop, or perhaps you’re a huge tech enthusiast who loves owning these weird devices—the biggest issue here is its price tag. The Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, like the first generation Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, isn’t cheap, not at all. If you plan to get one of these bad boys for yourself, you’re going to have to set aside a whopping RM14,999! That is a lot of money, and it’s especially a lot of money to pay just to be a beta tester for a glorified prototype. Personally, for RM14,999 I’d rather get the ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet. It’s also a fairly eccentric device, sure, but it works well. The idea is great, and the execution was great too. But it wasn’t always like that. The ROG Flow Z13 is actually Asus’ second attempt at making a gaming tablet. The first was this gargantuan 17.3-inch tablet packing an Intel Core i9 processor with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 called the Asus ROG Mothership. Needless to say, it wasn’t very well received because even though it was a tablet, it was heavy, cumbersome and not that great to use.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/12/2022
90% Acer Chromebook 515
Source: Gadgetspeak Anglais EN→FR
If your main uses of a PC are for emails, browsing the web and word processing or spreadsheets then a Chromebook can be cheaper and even a more secure form of connection to the outside world as Chromebooks are both automatically updated in the background and have Anti-Virus protection built in so you can remain in a safer environment.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 10/12/2022
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 100% performances: 100% finition: 80%
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: A tale of two halves
Source: Pocket Lint Anglais EN→FR
While the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED form is exciting and futuristic, there's definitely some work to be done to make this a more elegant and practical solution. The system has its merits, though, and we're excited to see what the future holds for this category.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/28/2022
80% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Review: In This Economy?
Source: Htxt Africa Anglais EN→FR
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is an impressive piece of kit and certainly makes a solid case for itself when it comes to highlighting the multi-functionality of foldables in the notebook space. The big issue right now, which is the same one for all foldables at the moment, is price. At R64 999 (RRP), we cannot in good conscious recommend buying such a device over more affordable options that do not boast the foldable capabilities. They say the first one through the wall gets the most damage. That may be true of the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, and only once this technology becomes easier on wallets, can we start making them viable recommendations. For now this device, while cool, is simply not cool enough to part with R70k. If you can afford to make such purchases, however, good on you. The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED turns head, warrants inquiry and boasts multi-functionality that other non-folding notebooks simply cannot much. Like foldable phones, however, its experimental nature and massive price tag make it difficult to recommend, even to those with deep pockets.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/20/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Asus Zenbook Fold 17 OLED Review
Source: Reviewed.com Anglais EN→FR
Despite having more good things to say about the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, we still recommend you stay away from this laptop. Look, it’s a fun laptop. It’s one of the first laptops with a foldable display on the market, and what a gorgeous display it has! However, its novelty quickly wears off once you glance at its $3,500 price tag. For the price, the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED isn’t especially fast or powerful, and it lacks stylus support despite being such a display-centric product. The laptop feels more like a proof-of-concept than some product destined for commercial success. Currently, the Zenbook 17 Fold’s only true competitor is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, which is cheaper but not nearly as aesthetically pleasing. More traditional premium laptops, like the MSI Summit E16 Flip, are more powerful and versatile than a foldable display laptop, but you lose out on the Zenbook 17 Fold’s 3:2 aspect ratio and massive screen real estate. This is a tantalizing product that makes the most of its technology, but it’s just too early for folding displays in laptops to make a splash.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/20/2022
71% ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: Great screen, now do the keyboard
Source: Engadget Anglais EN→FR
However, where the Zenbook falters is in its software, wonky Bluetooth keyboard, and of course, that $3,500 price tag. But what's really stopping me from loving it is the short time I've spent with Lenovo's 2022 ThinkPad X1 Fold. That's because for Lenovo's second-gen flexible laptop, the company came up with a brand new chassis featuring a more compact hinge, a revamped keyboard and a redesigned stand. Lenovo also retained its mil-spec durability and stylus support, neither of which you get on the Zenbook. So while the Zenbook 17 Fold is an admirable first attempt and improves on the category as a whole, it still has a few regressions that leave it feeling more like a polished take on a slightly dated design than a true rival to Lenovo's next-gen foldable.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/19/2022
Notes: Note globale: 71%
ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: Two steps forward, one step back
Source: Engadget Anglais
While Asus’ Zenbook 17 Fold OLED sports a very similar design to Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold from 2020, the inclusion of a larger 17.3-inch flexible display makes a huge impact. Not only do you get more room for productivity in desktop mode, but when used as a laptop it’s about the same size as a 12.5-inch clamshell. That makes it way easier to use in tight spaces like on an airplane without feeling overly cramped. And with upwards of 12 hours of battery life in either mode, the Zenbook 17 Fold lasts longer than a lot of more traditional notebooks. Unfortunately, its included Bluetooth keyboard often feels sluggish or erratic. And with an eye-watering price of $3,500 for just medicare performance, the Zenbook 17 Fold is hard to justify for anyone but the most bleeding-edge enthusiasts.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/19/2022
70% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The Zenbook 17 Fold is a fascinating vision of what laptops of the future might look like, but we’re not quite there yet. Having a 17.3in tablet that can seamlessly become a desktop replacement or 12.5in laptop is genuinely impressive, especially as they’re just three of six distinct modes available. Each posture has its own benefits and drawbacks, but the device’s versatility is unmatched. The excellent OLED screen is a real highlight despite the sometimes awkward aspect ratios, especially when combined with great battery life and solid audio. Performance is decent, albeit limited without a discrete GPU. Ports are also limited, while the heavy, bulky design certainly isn’t for everyone. A high price tag means only enthusiasts will consider buying one, but that’s to be expected for a first-gen foldable. It’s a leap of faith for Asus that will hopefully pay off in the long run.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/13/2022
Notes: Note globale: 70%
72% ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Review (UX9702AA) – Magnificently Massive Mobile All-in-One PC Monolith
Source: Hitech Century Anglais EN→FR
The ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is a masterpiece of innovative engineering that is effectively a massive 17-inch all-in-one that can fold down into the size of a 12-inch laptop. You can’t put a price on innovation and while it’s staggeringly expensive, you are also guaranteed to have the largest, most powerful foldable laptop wherever you go for the immediate future.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/09/2022
Notes: Note globale: 72% prix: 50% performances: 80% écran: 100% mobilité: 60% finition: 70%
80% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: the future of laptops?
Source: T3 Anglais EN→FR
The big question I wanted to answer in this Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review is will foldable laptops be the future of computing? For some people, maybe, but it will depend on who you are and what you plan to use your laptop for. Those who spend a lot of time on creative work or who need as much screen real estate as possible day-to-day will benefit a lot from this but those who spend a lot of time typing or commuting might not. A few things will also need to change before these really take off. As things stand the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is a little too heavy and not quite powerful enough to really succeed up against the best 2-in-1 laptops, I’d also like to see slimmer bezels and more connectivity around the frame. On the flip side, I do really like the big screen and it's very cool that you can use it as a laptop, a tablet and a desktop computer. The battery doesn’t take long to charge either, and the speakers are loud and clear enough to not need a separate audio device hooked up.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/06/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% ASUS ZenBook 17 Fold OLED review: Folding computers are finally here
Source: Hardware Zone Anglais EN→FR
The final note to this review is of course price. The ZenBook 17 Fold OLED has only just officially launched with a US$3,499.99 price tag. That’s close to S$5,000. Local price and availability in Singapore has not been announced, and as such removed from my consideration of scoring this review, but you can be sure that it will not be an affordable device. You’re paying for the latest in foldable display innovation and design, which I feel ASUS deserves for the engineering that went into making the ZenBook 17 Fold OLED possible. ASUS has been experimenting with many non-traditional mobile formats of late, from dual-display notebooks to gaming tablet hybrids, and they can now add another notch to that belt. Foldable notebooks are a reality, and we can only get better from here. However, with retail availability still a few months away, and Lenovo having just announced their 2nd generation ThinkPad X1 Fold with a cheaper price, the ZenBook 17 Fold OLED might have greater competition right out of the gate than ASUS expects it to have.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/04/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 75% mobilité: 80% finition: 90%
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED initial review: A tale of two halves
Source: Pocket Lint Anglais EN→FR
There's no denying that the idea behind the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is a compelling one, and one that does appear to at least try and solve the issue of making bigger screened machines more portable. As with any first generation product though, there are some issues that need ironing out and refining. The power and pure hardware capabilities are top notch, and the display seems superb, but the design doesn't make this device quite as portable and convenient as we'd like to see. Its wedge design forced by the gap in the hinge means it's quite a bulky machine, even when it's shut. With that, and the cost involved in owning one, we suspect buyers of this latest futuristic computer will be few. As technology fans though - even though it's a bit impractical and expensive - it's still very exciting to see this new category of PC develop.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/04/2022
ASUS Zenbook Fold Review: 17" Laptop In A 12" Bag
Source: MrMobile Anglais
Folding smartphones have made it possible to put tablets in our pockets, or to re-live the halcyon days of our flip-phone youth. But if you take that same flexible-display technology and scale it up to something the size of a big college textbook … you end up with a fully fledged Windows 11 PC that can unfold into a 12.5" laptop … or a giant 17.3" mobile workstation! True, Lenovo beat 'em to the punch, but ASUS now offers the biggest flexible-screen PC (if you can stomach the price tag). I'm Michael Fisher; join me for my impressions after 12 days with the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED – and stick around till the end for an early look at the device the Zenbook Fold will be doing battle with: Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Fold (2022 edition).
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/03/2022
80% Asus ZenBook 17 Fold OLED review (foldable laptop, 2022 UX9702A model)
Source: Ultrabook Review Anglais EN→FR
I enjoyed my time with this Asus ZenBook 17 Fold OLED more than I was expecting. This format feels like a winner for a daily computer that you can easily carry around, and use both as a mini-laptop when needed, or unfolded into an all-in-one PC with a big screen. The fantastic OLED display, the punchy speakers, the premium build quality, and even the alright inputs make up for a pleasant everyday experience. At the same time, this is a first-gen design with only limited performance capabilities and a prohibitive price, so not yet an option for the average buyer. Yet…
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/02/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED hands-on review: not the future (yet)
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
It’s neat to see foldable display tech make it into more products, even if those products aren’t necessarily ready to replace the gear that’s currently doing the rounds. The Zenbook 17 Fold OLED feels like a showcase of what’s to come, only one you can go out and buy right now. Don’t think of it as a laptop, but as a big screen tablet that folds for transport, and it makes more sense. It’s still super niche, though, and crazy expensive. It’ll set US customers back an eye-watering $3500, putting it on par with a considerably more powerful 16in MacBook Pro. As a debut attempt it’s got a real wow factor, but early impressions suggest only those that live on the truly bleeding edge will want to add it to their shortlist.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/02/2022
Hands-on with the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Foldable Laptop PC
Source: B2G Anglais EN→FR
Like many of ASUS’ new concepts, this is a niche product for a rockstar audience and adopters of bleeding edge technology may certainly enjoy the unique bragging rights of opening up a 17″ tablet in a cafe and it will leave people in awe but for productivity and work, there are better options in the market right now. As it is, the thought is enjoyable and ASUS certainly did their best to engineer the Zenbook 17 Fold, but its weighed down by the limitations of this making this technology similar to what we already expect from ASUS.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/01/2022
90% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: Watch the future of laptops unfold
Source: Laptop Mag Anglais EN→FR
It’s tough being first. You set yourself as the bar for the industry standard. And with nothing to compare against, there’s a high risk of failure. You won’t find that with the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED. It’s an elegant conversation starter, drawing all the oohs and ahhs as it transforms from a ginormous tablet to a dainty laptop. But most importantly, it’s easy to use. Like a lump of clay, you can bend and shape the Fold into whatever you need it to be for work or play. Need to bang out a paper? Try Laptop or Desktop Mode. Want to watch movies? Bask in the OLED goodness in tablet mode. Gotta multitask? Try Extended mode or connect a monitor, smartphone or tablet. Hell, you can even use it to curl up with a book. The U-series processor is more powerful than it has any right to be and the same goes for the integrated graphics. However at $3,499, which is definitely an innovation and first-at-bat tax, I definitely wanted a few more ports and a pen. Also, the battery life could definitely be better. The price is definitely a deterrent when you can get a fully tricked-out M2 MacBook Air for $1,000 cheaper.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/01/2022
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Hands on: Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review
Source: Techradar Anglais EN→FR
We like the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED - we like it a lot - but foldable tech is still a while off making it into the mainstream. Its painful price tag will be a barrier to entry for many, and the novelty factor won’t attract everyone. But this has the potential to be a powerful productivity tool in the right hands, and we’re pleased to see Asus continue to push the envelope with innovative hardware that actually reaches the consumer, rather than a concept product that never actually makes it into mass production. We can’t wait to get one of these all to ourselves…
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/01/2022
70% Asus Zenbook Fold 17 review: a foldable PC, done right
Source: Digital Trends Anglais EN→FR
The Asus Zenbook Fold 17 is a first-generation product, and in many ways, it still feels like one. It doesn’t feel refined, nor does every feature make a lot of sense. As a first-gen experiment, it’s also undoubtedly way too expensive. That’s common for products like this, but for $3,500, you really have to be buying into this thing for the long haul. For that amount of money, after all, you could buy a high-powered laptop, a portable external monitor, an iPad, and still have plenty of money left over. But it’s the first foldable PC that feels worthy of recommendation, albeit for the right person. The 17-inch screen size makes its use in desktop mode a huge benefit, especially for travelers on the go who need a larger screen to work with. The option to swing it around into a smaller clamshell laptop when you’re in a more restrained environment is extremely handy. Savvy buyers are right to wait for second or third-generation products to see how companies like Asus work out the kinks. As of now, foldable devices might not be the de facto future of laptops — but they’re certainly an interesting new form factor that does something no devices have been able to do in the past. If that’s not the definition of exciting, innovative tech, I don’t know what is.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 70%
75% Geek Review: ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED
Source: Geek Culture Anglais EN→FR
Creating a foldable laptop is no mean feat, and credit has to be given to ASUS for tackling a niche market as such. The laptop-tablet hybrid shows signs of potential in its multitasking and creative work capabilities, as it looks to combine form and function with a selection of specially-tailored features. The next challenge now would be to strike a balance between various compromises, such as the lacking heavy-lifting muscle and port limitations, and its folding-specific performance to make the convincing argument that its US$3,499 price tag is a well-worth investment.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 75% prix: 70% performances: 75% finition: 80%
60% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Review: The Best Foldable Yet
Source: The Verge Anglais EN→FR
If this laptop didn’t have the problems it has, it would be a great laptop. That is, of course, something you can say about every single laptop that’s ever been reviewed. But the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED really is a step toward something excellent. It’s a very nice-looking device. Its compactible form factor makes it a dream to carry around. And it’s two sizes of laptop in one — which is something I, personally, would find quite useful in my daily process. It’s far from a workstation and not something you’d want to use for more than a general office workload. If that’s understood, though, the experience is generally smooth and not nearly as error-ridden as the ThinkPad X1 Fold’s was a year and a half ago. About 95 percent of the time, using the Zenbook 17 Fold was like using any other OLED laptop.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60%
The Biggest Folding Laptop is CRAZY! ASUS ZenBook 17 Fold
Source: Jarrod'sTech Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/31/2022
I Switched to a Folding Laptop... [ASUS ZenBook Fold 17 OLED Review]
Source: The Tech Chap Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/31/2022
60% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Review
Source: Trusted Reviews Anglais EN→FR
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is an extraordinary foldable device, offering the advantages of both a clamshell laptop and giant 17-inch tablet. But with plenty of rough edges, including a lacklustre battery life, it’s difficult to justify spending so much money unless you’re a wealthy tech enthusiast.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60%
70% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Review
Source: PC Mag Anglais EN→FR
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED mostly accomplishes what it sets out to do, resulting in an impressive folding tablet that can function as a real laptop. There are some caveats, however: The price seems frankly exorbitant, especially considering the performance you can get from a mobile workstation or gaming laptop for the same cost (or even an ultraportable for a lower cost). The Fold falls well short of an Editors' Choice recommendation, though its innovation earns it an extra half star above the 3-star rating we'd otherwise give it. But viewed as a proof of concept for future, hopefully more affordable and accessible devices, the Zenbook Fold is undeniably cool. We're glad it exists.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 70%
60% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED review: The future is here, and it’s too expensive
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is one of the coolest laptop concepts I've seen in years. Now that I've spent some time using it at home and on the go, I feel confident saying it's also a decent laptop, one that you can reasonably expect to work or play on without fear it will suddenly flop closed or snap in half if you type too hard. But if you know you want a foldable laptop, the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is the best I've yet tested. It's admittedlyh also the only model I've yet tested, but we're just now seeing the beginning of a whole new category of foldable laptops. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold helped launch the category last year, and a follow-up is due in 2022 that could give the Fold some serious competition.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/31/2022
Notes: Note globale: 60%
90% Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED
Source: PCtipp.ch Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/05/2022
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Wie gut ist Asus' Riesen-Foldable?
Source: Nextpit Germany Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/09/2022
Faltbarer Laptop
Source: WinFuture Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/02/2022
Erste Eindrücke zum neuen Foldable von Asus
Source: WinFuture Allemand DE→FR
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 01/07/2022
Recensione ASUS ZENBOOK 17 FOLD OLED – Il PC pieghevole
Source: Andrea Galeazzi Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 10/20/2022
ZenBook 17 Fold OLED – hajtogatós ASUS-módra
Source: Prohardver.hu HU→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/31/2022
Trên tay ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: Laptop màn hình gập 17 inch đầu tiên trên thế giới, giá 89.9 triệu đồng
Source: Cell Phones VN→FR
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/30/2022
Trên tay ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: Thiết kế gập độc đáo, đa dạng chế độ sử dụng, hiệu năng mạnh mẽ
Source: The Gioididong VN→FR
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/30/2022
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold thay đổi trải nghiệm laptop với màn hình OLED gập
Source: Zing VN→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/30/2022
Trên tay laptop ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: thiết kế tiên phong, đa dạng chế độ sử dụng
Source: Nghenhin Vietnam VN→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 11/30/2022
80% Asus ZenBook 17 Fold OLED review – laptopul pliabil
Source: Giz.ro →FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/13/2022
Notes: Note globale: 80%

Commentaire

Intel Iris Xe G7 80EUs:

Carte graphique intégrée dans les SoCs Intel Tiger Lake G7 basés sur la nouvelle architecture Gen. 12 avec 80 EUs (Execution Units / Shader Cluster). La fréquence d'horloge dépend du modèle de processeur. Les puces Tiger Lake sont produites dans le processus moderne 10nm+ chez Intel.

 

Ces cartes devraient être capables de faire tourner tout les jeux d'aujourd'hui, mais la plupart d'entre eux uniquement en détails moyens ou faibles et avec des résolution basses. Les plus vieux jeux ou les jeux moins gourmands restent jouables avec de beaux graphismes.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des cartes graphiques mobiles et ainsi que dans notre liste des Benchmarks affiliés.


i7-1250U:
>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des processeurs mobiles.


17.30": Il s’agit d’une grande diagonale d’écran parmi les ordinateurs portables, souvent destinés à rester sur un bureau.

Un écran de plus grandes dimensions permettent des résolutions plus élevées, les détails comme la finesse des lettres seront meilleurs. Néanmoins, un écran de plus petite taille est synonyme de consommation énergétique moindre et souvent d’un appareil plus compact, plus léger et plus abordable.
>> Pour en savoir un peu plus sur la finesse des pixels à l'écran, jetez un coup d'œil à notre liste des DPI (PPP, points par pouce).


1.826 kg: Les ultraportables, les ultrabooks et les ordinateurs portables de 12 à 16 pouces les plus légers affichent communément ce poids sur la balance.


Asus: ASUSTeK Computer Incorporated, une multinationale taïwanaise, produit des cartes mères, des cartes graphiques, des lecteurs optiques, des PDA, des moniteurs d'ordinateur, des ordinateurs portables, des serveurs, des produits de réseau, les téléphones mobiles, des boîtiers d'ordinateurs, des composants informatiques, et des systèmes de refroidissement d’ordinateur. La société a dégagé des revenus en 2007 atteignant US $ 6,9 milliards. ASUS a également produit des composants pour d'autres fabricants. L'Eee PC a ouvert le boom des netbooks en 2008.

Asus critiques


73.77%: La note est mauvaise. La plupart des portables sont mieux notés. Nous ne conseillons pas cet achat.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre guide d'achat pour les ordinateurs portables.

 

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Ordinateurs portables avec la même carte graphique

Asus Vivobook Flip 14 TP470EA-EC384W
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.5 kg
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 14IAU7-82R7007XGE
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 14.00", 1.55 kg
Asus ExpertBook B5 Flip B5402F, i5-1240P
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-P i5-1240P, 14.00", 1.25 kg
Asus Expertbook B3 Flip B3402, i5-1235U
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 14.00", 1.61 kg
Asus ZenBook Flip 14 UP5401ZA, i5-12500H
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-P i5-12500H, 14.00", 1.4 kg
Dell Inspiron 16 7620 2-in-1 K7JT6
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 16.00", 2.19 kg
Lenovo ThinkPad L13 Yoga G3 21B50043GE
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 13.30", 1.32 kg
Lenovo Yoga 7 14IAL7-82QE003GGE
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-P i5-1240P, 14.00", 1.42 kg
HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook, i5-1245U
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1245U, 13.50", 1.27 kg
Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 13, i5-1235U
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 13.30", 1.16 kg
Asus ExpertBook B2 Flip B2502FBA-N80113X
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-P i5-1240P, 14.00", 1.6 kg
Acer Chromebook Spin 714 CP714-1WN-53M9
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Alder Lake-M i5-1235U, 14.00", 1.4 kg
HP Pavilion x360 14-dy0018ns
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.82 kg
HP Envy x360 13-bd0018na
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 13.30", 1.32 kg
Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio i5-11300H
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-11300H, 14.40", 1.74 kg
Asus Chromebook Flip CX5 CX5400FMA-AI0077
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1130G7, 14.00", 1.4 kg
HP Pavilion x360 14-dy1002ns
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1155G7, 14.00", 1.5 kg
LG Gram 14T90P
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.226 kg
Asus ExpertBook B3 Flip B3402FEA-EC0048R
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.61 kg
HP Pavilion x360 14-dy1001ns
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1155G7, 14.00", 1.5 kg
HP Envy x360 13-bd0055nf
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 13.30", 1.32 kg
Huawei MateBook E Core i5
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1130G7, 12.60", 0.719 kg
Asus Chromebook Flip CX5 CX5500FEA-E60030
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 15.60", 1.95 kg
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga G6-20XY003GGE
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.39 kg
Dell Latitude 13 7320 Detachable 34TR3
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1140G7, 13.00", 0.789 kg
Asus ExpertBook B7 Flip B7402FEA-L90074R
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1155G7, 14.00", 1.49 kg
Asus VivoBook Flip 14 TP470EA-EC084T
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.5 kg
HP Chromebook x360 14c-cc0025no
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 14.00", 1.66 kg
Acer Chromebook Spin 713 CP713-3W-503Z
Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Tiger Lake i5-1135G7, 13.50", 1.37 kg
Comparaison des prix
Stefan Hinum, 2022-01-21 (Update: 2022-01-21)