In order to completely blur the lines between an Ultrabook and a high-powered laptop, Asus gave the Zenbook onboard RAM and removable RAM.
While this may give the Zenbook an identity crisis, it is a step in the right direction for Ultrabook design.
It is clear that Asus wanted to give users the ability to upgrade/repair their laptops, but could only allow for a single RAM module given the space constraints inside the already-bulging Zenbook.
We'll keep our eyes peeled for the onboard RAM, but the removable RAM module comes out for now.
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