- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Design & Ports
- Page 3: Screen
- Page 4: Trackpad, keyboard, touchscreen, ASUS Pen
- Page 5: Performance & Upgradeability
- Page 6: Battery & Charger
- Page 7: Wrapping up the ASUS ZenBook Flip S review
Here we have the brand new ASUS ZenBook Flip S – an ultrabook that’s rather unique. It has the ability to convert into a tablet, and it also supports stylus input. It’s not a Surface-style device – so what is it, actually? This makes it the perfect device for artists, doodlers, or even those who want to take quick notes or draw notes, no?
Let’s take a deep dive into the ASUS ZenBook Flip S – specifically the UX370UAF – and see what it offers.
The ZenBook Flip S comes in a rather familiar packaging design. Remember the ZenBook 3 Deluxe? Technically, ASUS just reused the same packaging design for the ZenBook Flip S. Even the contents are pretty much the same.
However, the ZenBook Flip S does come with a few extras. Like the ASUS Pen and also a USB-C dongle that splits into a USB-C charging port, HDMI, and another USB-A port. I’m happy that ASUS is so considerate and elevate the pain of finding aftermarket dongles.
There’s also a PU leather pouch that comes in the box itself – but it has a special little twist compared to other the PU leather pouch that are found on other ZenBooks. We’ll talk more about that in the next section.