The ASUS Vivobook F510QA-DS99 is a budget friendly, entry level 15-inch laptop. Its design is borrowed from the company’s mid-range F510UA laptop series, but its hardware components aren’t. At least not entirely. As we’ll see, considering price, this device can sure pack a punch. Plus, to some extent, you can get good value for your money.
The all-new ASUS Laptop X509FA is an everyday laptop which doesn’t stand out that much: as far as looks are concerned, it isn’t particularly exciting. Everything about it seems dull, from features to performance, or display quality even. However, this overall grayness does not automatically mean it’s a dud.
Named by ASUS as “the laptop of tomorrow”, the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo Ux581 is a notable mobile workstation. Not necessarily because of its specs alone, but also thanks to its iconic design. You can either love it, or hate it. There’s no middle ground. Personally, I think this layout (keyboard on bottom, two screens on top) works well, but only in the context of a workstation, where you’re more than likely to work with either a mouse or a stylus.
Today I’ll have a look at a new entry level laptop model from ASUS, called the ASUS Laptop E406MA-DH21. It’s always hard discussing low end notebooks, since they’re usually not that flexible for a wide range of users. Still, judging by today’s standards, the E406 offers surprisingly decent performance and portability.
When it comes to Chromebooks, it’s usually hard justifying a price tag of more than around $400. Normally, these devices offer lower performance and a narrower experience range than their traditional laptop counterparts. ASUS has recently launched such a device. It’s called the ASUS Chromebook C425, and the model I’ll be reviewing today is the 14-inch C425TA-DH384.