Asus's new hero laptop is the convertible ASUS ZenFlip UX370

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Images have leaked revealing Asus’s new hero laptop for Q2 2017.

The Asus ZenFlip UX370 is a Lenovo Yoga competitor and successor to the ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360, a mid-range laptop with a Core M3-6Y30 dual-core processor and 1080P screen, and the ZenFlip will presumably better this spec slightly.

No specs are available, but given that even the ZenBook Flip UX360 had a USB-C port and 512 GB SSD we assume those features will be expanded on in the next version.

Described as a “hero” device, we can also hope for niceties such as a Windows Hello camera or fingerprint reader, and looking at the image a super-slim profile can also be expected.The images also reveal a Mineral Grey (dark gray) or more likely Royal Blue casing, but without the gold details of the Zenbook. The image also reveal a fashionably thin bezel with an improved hinge.

A range of other devices will also be announced, including the ASUS ZenBook 3, the Vivobook Pro and Vivobook S, and a mysterious gaming notebook.

It is possible the devices will be revealed around Mobile World Congress 2017, particularly if they are aimed for Q2 2017.

Does the Asus ZenFlip UX370 look heroic enough for our readers? Let us know below.

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