The long-awaited follow-up to the ASUS Zenbook, the Zenbook Prime, today got an official Australian price tag and a vague local release date.
The 11.6-inch Zenbook Prime UX21A will set you back $899 for an Intel Core i3-powered machine, while the larger, 13.3-inch UX31A (pictured) will cost $1399 for an Intel Core i5 model and $1799 for the Intel Core i7 model.
Each model will boast a SATA SSD, a 1080p IPS panel, USB 3.0 ports and integrated graphics. Local specifications will be nailed down closer to release, and we'll have to wait until we go hands on to see if it can still cut fruit.
The UX21A weighs in at 1.1kg, while the larger UX31A models tip the scales at 1.3kg.
Asus won't be drawn on when the devices will be available in Australia, saying only that they'll arrive in the next few months.