Asus ZenBook UX433F Invades The Top End Market.
Asus is no stranger when it comes to offering laptop solutions for both business and personal use, each armed with different specs that makes them tempting to consider. Among the newest models under the Taiwan-based company's line of laptop products is the Asus ZenBook UX433F, a classy looking mobile solution certain to capture anyone's fancy.
The Asus ZenBook UX433F makes the most out of the 14-inch NanoEdge FHD display (1920x1080, 16:9 ratio) with incredibly thin bezels (92-percent screen-to-body ratio). Once opened, a virtual numeric pad will greet owners, something that actually serves as an alternative for people who want easier means of keying in numbers. If not needed, it functions as the traditional touchpad to help folks in navigating on screen.
Sporting a classy silver finish, it is pretty clear that the Asus ZenBook UX33F was meant to appeal to the upper-class echelon. Some may say that Asus may be trying an ambitious run at Apple's MacBook clan possible though at the same time daunting.
Under the hood, the Asus ZenBook UX433F does not fall short of specs that should further entice consumers to consider getting it. It comes powered by an Intel i7-856SU/BGA backed by 16 GB of LPDDR3 RAM. The device also addresses the graphics-rendering needs of today with an NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2 GB GDD5 CPU. For storage concerns, it comes with 512 GB PCIEG3x2 NVME M.2 SSD.
Other notable things to note about the Asus ZenBook UX433F include the usual connectivity options (802.11ac+Bluetooth 4.1 (Dual band) 2 x 2) and interfaces such as a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type, USB 3.1 Type-A and a USB 2.0 Type-A 1. It also has provision for HDMI connectivity and a microSD card reader to assist folks who may want to transfer files from their phones or tablets.
The Asus ZenBook UX433F also comes with an HD IR/ RGB combo camera, a 3-cell Li-ion 50 WH battery and Windows 10 Home by default. It measures 1.59x31.9x19.9 cm and weighs about 1.19 kg.
Portable and classy to bring around, the Asus ZenBook UX433F will appeal to folks who prefer a Windows-based laptop to carry out their daily computing needs. But with the impressive specs comes with the price, something that varies in the event further upgrades on internal parts is requested by potential buyers.
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|Date:||Jan 21, 2019|
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