The 14-inch LCD Asus ZenBook 14 comes with a ScreenPad – a touchpad that’s also a screen. This innovation, i.e. the ScreenPad, bestows on this powerful laptop an elite outlook above its contemporaries. The ScreenPad might be the ZenBook 14 UX434FL eye-catching feature, yet this is a laptop with a superb structure, an impressive sound system and some really intriguing internal components, all of which we will examine below.
- Product Dimension (L×W×H): 19.9×31.9×1.75cm
- Product Type: Laptop
- Screen: 14 inches (35.56cm) LCD
- Display Resolution: 1920×1080
- Processor Model: Intel Core i5-8265U (8th Generation)
- Processor Frequency and cores: 1.6 GHz Quad-core
- Memory (RAM): 8GB SO-DIMM
- Storage: 256GB SSD
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce MX250, 2GB Dedicated Graphics
- Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- Battery Average Run Time: 12.3 Hours
- Compact, robust and lightweight structure. The ZenBook 14 ushers in a new generation of highly mobile designs by incorporating an ultra-compact, ultra-light chassis; features which crowns it as one of the world’s smallest 14-inch Laptops. The build proves resistant to vibration, temperature, drop and altitude tests. With a weight of 1.26kg, transportation definitely should not be a concern.
- Unrestrained performance. Featuring Intel Core i5-8265U (8th Generation) processors, discrete Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU and a complement of high-grade, high performance components, Asus ZenBook 14 will never waste your time. You get to do so much more with much more speed, whether you’re creating contents, compiling codes, mining data, creating complex documents or editing videos.
- Innovative ScreenPad. In place of, or rather, in conjunction with a touchpad, we have the ScreenPad. It is about 5.65 inches across the diagonal horizon, identical to many smartphones. It features a 2160×1080 pixel IPS display. The ScreenPad can be adopted as an alternative display. A app can be relegated to the ScreenPad from the system’s interface, where it keeps running.
- Good speakers. The ZenBook 14 adopts Harman Kardon speakers which produce deep and quality sounds with no glitch at maximum volume. Of course, it can always be better but what’s on offer is really good for work and entertainment functions.
- The ScreenPad heavily drains battery. While the ScreenPad is a welcome innovation, one thing is certain; the ScreenPad rapidly sucks the battery power. The battery time of the laptop with the ScreenPad off is almost double the amount with it on.
Beautiful to look upon and offering smooth everyday performance, the Asus ZenBook 14 is a dream come true for the basic user. This Laptop will certainly fascinate you if you’re looking to get the basics done with the added benefit that they are executed by a PC with a fashionable appearance.