The current blog has made a review on Asus ZenBook Flip 14 ultra slim convertible portable laptop designed for several activities. So after our in-depth tests, we can conclude that if you prefer a better device at a better price — the would be a more suitable choice for you. On the other hand, the power consumption is lower with small screen diagonals and the devices are smaller, more lightweight and cheaper. This time, the Flip 14 slides into second-to-last place, while its little cousin, the ZenBook 13, vaults into a virtual tie for first. The meager downsides to note in this Asus ultra slim convertible laptop include the lack of Thunderbolt 3 ports and not-so-smooth Windows Ink experience.
But the ZenBook Flip lagged behind the Spectre 4:02 , the Yoga 710 4:31 and the Inspiron 13 4:54. For easy voice control with Cortana, ZenBook Flip 13 has advanced array microphones that cleverly filter out all distracting background noise. A tiny sliver of a Windows Hello fingerprint reader worked well, when your finger happens to land in the right place. Combining versatility with the ultimate mobility, ZenBook Flip 13 features a new frameless NanoEdge design that makes it almost 10% smaller 1 than its predecessor. It can be a finest economical option for the students and office goers who are on a modest budget and seeking for a notebook to do more than just preparing documents or surfing the web. Casual gamers may be happy with these cards. The Spectre's display was even more vivid 111 percent , but the Yoga 710 96 percent and the Inspiron 13 63 percent fared worse.
Keyboard and Touchpad The cheap plastic keyboard on the ZenBook Flip feels like a step down in quality, compared with the rest of the laptop. Any returns received 31-calender days or more will be returned and no longer eligible for return. Overall, though, the Asus ZenBook Flip 14 is a nimble machine with an array of first-class features. Only in the battery-life department were we wishing for more. The 261-nit Spectre x360 is slightly dimmer. The speakers are able to fill a large conference room, delivering a non-compromising audio experience.
The ZenBook Flip 14 fell short of 30fps at its full 1080p resolution at Heaven's and Valley's top-quality settings. This ultra-thin, ultra-light convertible is a stylish laptop, a handy tablet — or anything in between. Due to photographic variables and conditions, actual product appearance may differ from images shown on this site. Many similar systems force you to buy any or all of these separately, including Microsoft's Surface Pro and. » Further information can be found in our Notebook Purchase Guide.
Last but not least — there is no Thunderbolt support and Type-C charging. In addition to that, there is a 65W charger that connects to the power plug directly like a smartphone charger , and the device itself. It is helpful in improving your typing speed too. The ZenBook Flip 14 emits up to 274 nits of brightness, which is slightly below the 287-nit average for premium notebooks as well as the 284-nit Yoga 920 and the 289-nit Notebook 9 Pen. Every feature of the ZenBook Flip 14 is not ordinary, but extraordinary to steal your heart and influence your buying decision. Bottom Line The all-aluminum Asus ZenBook Flip 14 is as attractive as it is speedy, giving you the performance you want in a design you'll want to flaunt. That's faster than the average of 6:30.
The keyboard of the ZenBook Flip 14 is absolutely synonymous to unprecedented productivity. Nor could it match the Lenovo Yoga's remarkable battery life of more than 22 hours in our video playback loop, though its time of close to 12 hours is more than enough to get you through a workday, plus some after-hours Netflix or light gaming. You can definitely get the best aspect to understand which one is having more power to satisfy your taste. I'd keep the default music option enabled, as turning off AudioWizard takes the bass out of the system. In order to remove all of them, however, you need to remove the back feet of the device.
There's no cubbyhole or place in the laptop to store it, but the ZenBook Flip 14 comes with a handsome, battery-powered stylus that responds to 1,024 levels of pressure. It utilizes the capacity perfectly and achieves around 12 hours of Web browsing times and 11 hours of video playback. On the bottom plate, you can see the default cut-outs — two for the speakers, that provide a sound resonating from the desk and the air intake, supplying the fan with cold air. The ZenBook Flip 14 is available in two iconic color options — Slate Grey and Icicle Gold. The Spectre was even brighter at 308 nits, while the Inspiron 13 244 nits and the Yoga 710 288 nits were both dimmer. The most notable app is the Splendid Utility, which lets users adjust the screen to reduce blue light or make hues more intense. Battery Life The ZenBook Flip lasts far longer than other 13-inch 2-in-1s on a charge, enduring 9 hours and 58 minutes on the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which continuously browses the web over Wi-Fi.
When I watched the trailer for Passengers, dark red bottles on shelves behind the spaceship's bar popped against a beige wall, and the ship's blue thrusters really stood out against the blackness of space. To add a touch of luxury, we added brilliant diamond-cut highlights to the edges. Modern games should be playable with these graphics cards at low settings and resolutions. The 1,920-by-1,080-resolution display offers wide viewing angles, somewhat obscured by reflections on its glossy surface. Windows Ink allows you to create sticky notes, capture ideas and details — as they happen. Asus Live Update is a tool for downloading drivers and system updates directly from the company, while Asus Splendid Technology is a display-settings app that offers Eye Care mode, which filters out blue light; and Vivid mode, which tries to pop the colors but didn't offer a huge difference in my testing.