In a world of gaming laptops, being thin and light is impossible. However, ASUS showed us that it is indeed possible, with the original ASUS ROG Zephyrus that was launched a little over a year ago. Fast forward a year, we reviewed the Zephyrus M, and now we have the Zephyrus S GX531.
Personally speaking, I was thinking of picking one for myself a while back. I tested it myself, and I can tell you that the HP Spectre x360 comes in a solid aluminium build. Personally, I'm not too keen on the arrow keys part though. Other than that, it's a machine that I would've picked up in an instant!
We've seen ultrabooks in the past. We've also reviewed many of them before too - but none of them are as impressive as the Yoga 900. This is a really thin device with a really amazing hardware. Lenovo took a really daring design challenge to a different material throughout the entire device too.
ASUS just announced their brand new lineup that was just added to the VivoBook series. This is the new VivoBook Ultra A512 - comes with a colorful appearance while maintaining a lightweight body. Yet for some reason, ASUS manages to pack in some serious hardware for a laptop of this price.
The lineage of ASUS ZenBooks first started off as a thin and light laptop with adequate performance encased in a beautiful body for day to day use, while still maintaining extensive battery life for a day's use. Earlier this year at Computex 2018, we saw the first generation of a new series within the ZenBook family - and that's the ZenBook Pro.
Battery life. For us all in the current generation of mobility, battery life is one of the most crucial factor in deciding a purchase. Want a larger battery? Be prepared to make some trade-offs. However, this issue might be diminished, thanks to modern technology.
Got a new laptop. Great - if you're lucky, the laptop survives for years to come, maybe 2 years or more. Here's the real kicker though, as the laptop ages, we get the illusion the machine slowing down. Assuming that there are no hardware failures at all, that's not caused by age!! It's actually is due to two main things - super-bloated operating system, or the system is thermal throttled due to dust clogging up. Here's how to fix your problems!