- Page 1: Introduction
- 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
The screen itself is actually highly reflective as ASUS opted for a glossy finish instead. That is to be expected, as the ZenBook Flip S has a touch-screen. With that said, the ASUS also included its beautiful NanoEdge technology into the ZenBook Flip S – hence having super tiny bezels around the screen itself.
The 13.3-inch 1080p IPS screen looks absolutely fantastic, as its colors are calibrated nicely. ASUS claims that it has a 100% sRGB color gamut, too. The colors reproduced are fantastic.
The screen itself is sturdy enough to withstand most daily usages, but it does wobble quite a lot when the touch screen is used. As for typing, the screen can hold up pretty steadily. Though, the lid can’t be lifted with just one finger. The body will be lifted up together.
To use the ZenBook Flip S is not really an issue, as the display can go really bright to counter the sunlight – but at a heavy cost of battery life. More on that later.