A laptop that’s supposed to look like a real thing can look like the real thing, thanks to a $2,200 price tag.
The Asus laptop with the new Intel Core i7-6950X processor is an upgrade over the older model that Asus had on display at Computex.
While it’s not a real laptop, it’s an upgrade to a real product, and the Asus product page suggests it will help users feel more secure while shopping online.
“With Intel’s latest high-performance chipsets and its high-quality display, you can feel comfortable browsing the web on your new laptop,” the Asus website says.
“This Asus laptop is designed to deliver your online privacy and security.”
A good example of how this works is that the laptop’s keyboard and trackpad have a different look from what’s on the official product page, and Asus has added a sticker on the underside of the keyboard that says “Made in Germany.”
It’s not clear why Asus chose this sticker to help customers feel more comfortable buying the Asus MZ-700 laptop, but we imagine that it’s part of its marketing campaign.
The new laptop also features a more modern touchpad, with a fingerprint sensor instead of the one on the original model.
If you’re in the market for a new computer and you can only afford a new tablet, a laptop with a touchpad can be a better deal than the tablet that comes with the tablet.
A $2.99 price tag for a touchscreen is still a lot of money, but it’s good to see Asus finally offering a product that looks and feels more like a computer than a tablet.