ASUS ZenBook 14 Ultra Thin & Light Laptop, 4-Way NanoEdge 14" Full HD, Intel Core i7-8565U, 8GB LPDDR3 RAM, 512GB NVMe PCIe SSD, Wi-Fi 5, Windows 10, Silver Blue, UX431FA-ES74
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- Stunning NanoEdge 14" FHD display with 86% screen-to-body ratio in 13" body
- Super Compact & Slim at less than 0.65" thin, weighs only 3.2 lbs
- Latest Intel 8th Gen Core i7-8565U Processor (Up to 4.6 GHz); Built-in IR camera for facial recognition sign in with Windows Hello
- 8GB LPDDR3 RAM, 512GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD, Wi-Fi 5 (802.11AC), Bluetooth 4.2
- Exclusive ErgoLift hinge automatically tilts The keyboard to the most comfortable typing position. Backlit keyboard
- 47Whr Li-Polymer battery providing up to 10 hours of battery life.
- Windows 10 Home. Built-in fingerprint sensor for enhanced security and one-touch login using Windows Hello feature
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they should remove the numberpad functionality description on this item. I know it's optional on some models, but the one sold here in amazon does not come with this numberpad feature. it's supposed to be built-in the trackpad and there's a button you press to switch between the numpad and the trackpad just like the ux333/ux433 models, however there's only the fingerprint scanner for the model listed here in amazon. I wouldn't ding a star since overall value proposition is still great imo
when i first opened the box, you get 2 extra goodies- a carrying sleeve and an optical mouse! very useful and a nice freebie imo. booting up the unit was fast- well all ultrabooks now that comes with a pcie ssd and windows 10 boots up really quick now less than 10 secs. although checking out the spec sheet- m.2 ssd is only a pcie x2 lane not the x4. crystaldiskmark reveals a 1500+mb read and a paltry 600+mb write. its fine for its use just for daily computing needs and the occasional webrowsing and office work.
also don't get confused with this one and that other zenbook 14 the ux433- that one comes with an IR windows hello (as opposed to this one's fingerprint only windows hello capability), a slightly bigger 50whr battery compared to this one's 47whr. battery life is ok for now, im averaging approx. 6hrs on my intended use- power mode set to better performance on the windows slider (not the better battery). I was hoping to get at least 8 hrs of battery life but maybe it's just the way i use my computer- brightness set to 50%. Further, the trackpad is windows precision- so its the best that you could get in a windows computer. tracking is good and smooth.
Display quality is excellent- colors pop, viewing angles are wide since its IPS and i couldn't detect any light bleeding on the edges- quality control is very good. it gets fairly bright too. i just set mine to 50% most of the time in normal lighting condition.
Keyboard tactility is par for the course- great travel distance and the keyboard deck doesn't flex thank god! attesting to the Military grade spec standard its suppose to be certified with.
Overall this is a very decent, very beautiful ultrabook and i especially love the mix of materials and color choice- it looks classy, business and professional. also i got it on lightning deal here at amazon saving me 120$ from MSRP although the additional tax lessened the discount to 85$- but still one helluva bargain. I could buy a pair of shoes for that extra savings.
Will be updating this review as i got to use it more frequently. All in all, a very good buy!
The one thing that I always hated was the charging port. The connection was always lose and prone to falling out or being bumped and damaged. I had assumed that Asus would have fixed this issue. Well I was horrified to find out the same old crappy charging port was still being used. My last Zenbook had a backlit keyboard which was amazing when I was in a dark room and wanted to type. I was disappointed to find out that Asus chose not use back lighting on the keyboard. I asked before it was purchased and was told by one person, from the company, it did have it and another person said no. I figured I would wait and see. I went into the Microsoft store and put a similar Asus next to the Matebook pro. The Asus was dim in comparison and colors were not saturated. The screen lacked contrast and had glare. The Zenbook being sold here seemed to have the same screen but with a smaller bezel. The Matebook was so much better. However, for re-sale I knew the Asus was the way to go. I didn't use it for more than 5 minutes once I saw these deficiencies. Honestly, I think Asus is under a lot of pressure to get a Zenbook to market for under 1k. I got a flash sale and bought it for 738 with tax which is a good price. The Matebook is way more. In conclusion,not having a back lit keyboard and the charging port were deal breakers for me.