Asus has released an interesting tablet in collaboration with the Acronym fashion brand. Called ROG Flow Z-13-ACRNM RMT02, it is quite expensive and it is not clear who are its target consumers.
Concept artist and designer Phil Saunders, who is best known for creating the Ironman suit, also participated in the creation of the concept of this tablet.
The device looks like something industrial, and its special straps enable to attach the tablet to Acronym jackets. Thanks to this, the tablet can be positioned so that it is possible to work while standing or walking.
Also, this novelty has a brand keyboard that connects to the device.
As for the specifications of this tablet, it has a Core i9-13900H processor with GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card. There's also a 1TB SSD built-in and 32GB of RAM, along with a 13.4-inch 165Hz display with a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and a 56Wh battery. Dimensions: 302 x 214 x 20 mm, weight: 1.32 kg.
The novelty goes on sale today and costs $2,500.
Asus has experience of cooperating with Acronym since 2020, when the ROG ZEPHYRUS G14-ACRNM laptop was released. But if at that time it was just a laptop with design elements, then it is difficult to describe what this novelty is.