- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Ports
- Page 3: Design
- Page 4: Keyboard
- Page 5: Display
- Page 6: Performance
- Page 7: Battery life
- Page 8: Wrap up
The ASUS ZenBook is a piece of super-thin ultrabook that is set directly to the portable-yet-decent-performance market, particularly the MacBook Air’s segment in the market, though on Windows. In short though, I have to say that ASUS did a very good job.
There are a few things to note about the ASUS ultrabook series – the packaging is simple, yet have enough to make you feel like the price you pay is definitely for the best.
Opening up and you’ll find out that the ASUS packaging is with no bullshit and straight forward – the laptop itself, and the charger.
Digging beneath the laptop itself is there all those documentation and some other accessories are found. There is a cloth pouch for the laptop, an ASUS cable tie, a microfiber cloth, and a quick start guide. Real neat, ASUS.
And with that ends the unboxing of the ZenBook UX305. Pretty simple, and has everything that we actually need and will use.