The latest ZenBook 13 from Asus isn’t a speed demon, but it has a killer display and a keyboard that’s as smooth as butter. Plus, it finally addresses a key bugbear in Asus’s laptop design.
As reviewed by TechRadar
Discrete graphics are a real plus point in an ultraportable, and the matte screen is great for working in all kinds of lighting conditions. There are enough ports and connectors, and the fingerprint scanner is a plus point. It's a premium device, but the ZenBook 13 UX331UN delivers the goods bar one or two minor drawbacks.
The ZenBook 13 is a competitively priced laptop that offers more than enough power for the casual user and the occasional video editor. It's not going to be enough to get through intense Fortnite rounds, but for the casual gamer it should get by. The...
Slender design, impressive performance, a superb fingerprint sensor and accurate stereo speakers make this 13.3in laptop a cracking buy.
Thanks to its trifecta of light weight, good graphics performance, and an affordable price, the Asus ZenBook UX331UN is an easy ultraportable laptop to...
With its enviable combination of peppy performance, slim design, long battery life and a discrete graphics chip, the $1,000 ZenBook 13 makes for a compelling ultraportable, particularly for productivity-minded users with a taste for casual gaming.
With impressive performance for its size and long battery life, the Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN is hard to pass up for the price if you want a travel-friendly laptop for school or business.
The Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN is a beautiful blue machine with strong performance and long battery life, but it could use a faster SSD.
The Asus ZenBook 13 truly benefits from packing a discrete GPU into a very svelte frame.
All things considered, we were quite happy with the ZenBook 13 UX331UN. It features a high-quality display and surprisingly decent speakers, which are the prime ingredients of a multimedia notebook that can be used outdoors thanks to its impressive maximum display brightness. In addition, the combination of CPU and GPU is powerful enough to run games smoothly at reduced resolutions and details.
A good, above-average ultrabook priced reasonably for what it offers. Its dedicated graphics chip is useful for casual gamers.
The Zenbook UX331UN feels like a safe bet if you're in the market for a light and compact notebook with a good screen, good keyboard and the hardware to handle everyday tasks, but also gaming and more demanding loads when needed. But although there's nothing utterly wrong about it, it doesn't excel at anything either and pretty much all of its aspects could be improved to some extent, from the build quality, to the panel choice and battery size.
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Hands On: It’s impossible to come to any real conclusions about how good the Zenbook 13 is without getting our hands on it, especially without knowing how much it’ll cost. However, on paper, the specs look very impressive. A quad-core i7 processor backed up by 16GB RAM should be more than enough power for most users, and weighing less than 1KG, it won’t be weighing you down when you take it everywhere with you.
L'Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN affiche des performances solides, une autonomie conséquente et un design séduisant qui attire les regards. Si votre budget est plus limité, vous pouvez jeter un oeil au Lenovo Yoga 720, qui est commercialisé à partir de 850 euros avec des caractéristiques techniques similaires.