ASUS ZenBook Flip 14 Ultra-Slim Convertible Laptop, 14" Full HD IPS Level, 8th Gen Intel Core I5-8265U Processor, 8GB LPDDR3, 256GB PCIe SSD, Backlit, Fingerprint, Windows 10 Home - UX461FA-DH51T
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- 14" Wide-view full HD NanoEdge bezel touch convertible Display in a 13.3" chassis and Windows 10 Home pre-installed
- Latest 8th generation Intel Core i5-8265u Quad Core Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.9 GHz)
- Fast storage and memory featuring 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD with 8GB LPDDR3 RAM
- Extensive connectivity with HDMI, USB Type C, 802.11AC Wi-Fi, and SD Card reader
- Sleek and lightweight 3.1lbs, 0.5 inch thickness, aluminum body for comfortable portability with backlit keyboard
- Built-in fingerprint reader with one-touch login via Windows Hello
- Protective carry Sleeve and USB 3.0 Type A to LAN Cable adaptor included
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First impression was great. Packaging ,design,a sleeve included, well a good start :)
I boot the computer and damn it was fast ! 5 second and I was into windows 10. But as soon as I was on the desktop began windows update...Well sounds familiar,no ?
Using this 2in1 everyday I have mixfeeling about it
For sure its fast and powerful and the sound quality is good , the keyboard and screen are great, battery life so far is good (around 7 hours with light web browsing and watching some videos with brightness set to medium), but we paid for this, no ? Where I am not so happy is with the comfort about using it. First I don't know why but on my screenshots folder I got pics about my welcome screen mix with my desktop that are taken without me doing anything. Why this is happening is beyond my understanding...I got the feeling is when I close the lid or open it but why its taking a pic its a fact I don't understand and like. Second well the trackpad from time to time is not responding in the way I'm expecting, a bit off I would say. Was much happier with my old one. About pluging an earphones from time to time its not working.It's like noting was plug in and well its something very annoying....In that case I have to restart the computer of course...The sound also from time to time is cracking when I watch some video and also after a restart its fine. So there should be a problem (hardware, software,both ?) but its simply really annoying. And also flipping the screen is a not a great experience. I had issues swapping from one mode to the other, with the mouse and keyboard that went on when I was reading in tablet mode...Also the virtual Keyboard well sometimes doesn't show up when I need...And sometimes the screen has problem to just adjust in the right position becoming a bit crazy sometimes...Well I made a comparison with a friend of mine that as a cheap teclast 5 (300 dollars)and gosh it's much more friendly to use without these annoying bugs I experienced with my 1300 dollars Asus...He was also shocked about how my computer was reacting...He was maybe thinking its a defective product or some incompatibility with windows and their legendaries updates.....And a little thing is the micro sd slot let a very small part of the micro sd going out means if you put your 2in1 on the side it will disconnect the micro sd....Plus I have to buy 2 thing grip sticks to avoid the asus to slide on a flat surface because well its slippery....On the 300 teclast well the micro sd it fit completely inside and its stable.You expect these small nice features to be included in a more expensive laptop than in a 300 bucks 2in1...Well...So to conclude Its a powerful medium sized 2in1 that is unfortunately not a pleasure of using it everyday because of these annoying small issues I mentioned...It's like buying a nice car with plenty of nice option that are not working well, frustrating....Even with all these issue I like my asus and I would love it without all these smalls annoying issues....
The display is clear and bright enough that I can use it outdoors without difficulty - after I installed an anti-glare screen protector.
I had problems with the Wi-Fi adaptor flashing a list of hotspots, then going blank. I tried getting the latest drivers off of the ASUS site but it didn't help. I finally went to the Intel site and those drivers fixed the problem.
Their is no Ethernet port but my laptop came with a Ethernet to USB adaptor.
The touchpad works well and sometimes I just use it, but I don't know all of the gestures for things like drag/drop so I prefer to use a mouse. Speaking of mice, two standard USB ports isn't a lot, especially if you want to use a mouse and the Ethernet adaptor. That leaves how many for your memory stick? I ended up getting a Microsoft Bluetooth mouse. It works great, links about as fast as a dedicated dongle.
The microSD slot is a bit of a pain if you are constantly loading images from a camera. I ended up buying a new microSD card with the full size adaptor and using that in my camera and then just plugging the microSD into the laptop. It works but the microSD is a little touchier about how you plug it in. Would have much preferred a full size adaptor.
I tried the fingerprint reader but didn't have a lot of luck with it in conjunction with Windows Hello. It would say it didn't recognize my fingerprint, then when I would say I wanted to add the same finger it would say that fingerprint was already recorded. I'm thinking it is more of a Hello problem than hardware.
I haven't tried using the camera for Hello so no comment on that feature. Besides, do you really want the camera to be constantly on, looking for your face? Of course at my age, if anyone gets a peek when I come out of the shower then they deserve what they get - No! No! I can never un-see it! (By the way, all of you guys buying voice actuated assistants and sprinkling them around your house - YOU'RE INSANE!!!)
One minor complaint is that the "feature" that lifts the back of the keyboard slightly when you open the lid also lifts the back anti-slip pads off your work surface, making it easy for the laptop to slide around.
A bigger problem (I suppose) is that the USB C port is data transfer only. I haven't verified but I don't believe you can run a display from that port. I called ASUS and they suggested just using a USB 3 dock. (Great gnashing of teeth because I thought that was the whole point of USB C). I say I suppose it's a problem because I've never actually needed to run a monitor from either port as the laptop has a full-sized HDMI port. But, if you are thinking (as I was) that you could buy a USB C docking port with and HDMI, Ethernet and power connection and only have to plug and unplug one cable, you're out of luck. You have to plug in two cables & a power cord instead - oh, the humanity!
Overall though, it's a great laptop. Fast, small, light, bright screen, long battery life, no mechanical hard drive rattling around. Cheap at the price.