Taiwanese computer company ASUS today added another model to its growing family of ExpertBook Windows laptops. The said product is called the ExpertBook P2451 and features a remarkably minuscule form factor given the caliber of its internals. Namely, you are looking at a dual-storage notebook powered by the newest Intel Core i7 vPr, the very same processor found in e.g. $2,000+ Dell Latitudes, with the main difference between this processor and more traditional i7 models being the fact that this particular CPU has been specifically designed for surpassing expectations in extremely low-powered setups, i.e. scenarios in which it has absolutely no business being such a high-level workhorse that it is. A 1TB SSD, 16GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, two Type-A USB 3.2 ports and another such USB-C connector with fast charging and rapid data transfer support, as well as the ability to relay video signal are all on board here. As is an RJ45 LAN jack, a 48Wh battery promising up to 13 hours of standalone operation on a single charge, a multi-microphone array for impeccable call quality, SonicMaster-certified audio, Kensington lock support, and a 14-inch FHD IPS display capable of shining at up to 250 nits. Crazy, given the form factor, right? Now, let us present you with the kicker – the ASIS ExpertBook P2451 starts at $999 and will be available for orders in the U.S. by the end of the month. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!