I've owned an ASUS Zenbook since December 2016. 3 years later, it's still in mint condition and functioning very well.
This time around, I got the chance to try the new Zenbook UX334. This is the world's most compact laptop series with a screenpad 2.0.
This one is a little heavier than my own Zenbook but it's still lighter than most laptops. The Zenbook line has always been the lightest, most beautiful, and elegant amongst the ASUS line since it's inception and what makes it even better is that it does not compromise on performance.
This newest line from the Zenbook series comes with a four-sided frameless NanoEdge display that features an ultraslim bezel on all four sides which gives is an unrivaled 95% screen to body ratio for a near borderless viewing experience. This means you get to watch your movies or series with a theater-like experience on a smaller scale.
Despite the thin new bezels, the webcam is still optimally positioned at the top edge of the display and now, it even has 3D IR capability for fast face log-in as well as a new four-element lens for sharper images.
The speakers are still made with Harman Kardon which guarantees listening pleasure for anyone who will be listening via the laptop.
Though fragile looking, the Zenbook has been torture tested to military-grade reliability standards. Tests included environmental extreme of altitude, temperature, and humidity as well as extensive drop, shock, and vibration testing.
The things that I loved about the Zenbook is the fact that it has high speed memory and the graphics are really great. It also comes with high speed storage and fast connectivity.
There are many ports as well so you won't have to worry about connections and cables. Lastly, battery life is simply amazing because it ranges from 12 - 14 hours depending on usage.
One other thing I've noticed and truly love is that it doesn't heat up even when I watch videos nonstop. This matters a lot because laptops who heat up can expire faster as well.
This is the charger that comes with the newest model. For my own Zenbook, it came with a type C plug. I think this one is better because it's more common and should there be problems, it will be easier to replace.
I could go on and on about the Zenbook but the truth is, there's only one thing that matter and it's all about longevity. The fact that I have had my Zenbook for 3 years now and it has weathered all sorts of drops, bang, and overuse is a testament to how reliable this model is. If that's not a good enough reason for you to get one, I don't know what is.
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