ASUS is famous for its thin laptops, and Zenbook Flip 14 portrays the same picture. If you are a person looking for a 2-in-1 PC than ASUS has got you covered. Zenbook 14 is a convertible touch-screen device and runs on 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor.
The laptop has a bright and beautiful screen with high contrast that works well in low light. It supports vibrant full HD display producing sharp images for the user. The device weighs around 1.49Kg and is slightly heavier than the Lenovo Yoga 920.
The right side of the device includes a microSD card reader, USB-C, Audio jack, and HDMI port. On its left, you can find another USB port, a volume rocker, and the power key to turn on the device. The keyboard and touchpad are smooth, and you can easily get along with them after using the device for some hours. However, as a downside, the fingerprint reader is embedded in the trackpad on its upper right corner, which makes it hard to configure.
Pros of Zenbook Flip 14
- Quad-core performance and fast processor that works without any lags
- Lightweight and easy to carry
- Stylish design and beautiful display with great battery life
- Speakers faced downwards that can block the sound
- Bad fingerprint reader placement
- Doesn’t contain Thunderbolt 3 port
- The laptop is not able to support mid-range with high graphics
Talking about its spec, the laptop includes 16 GB DDR3 RAM for faster processing and a 512GB SSD drive which is enough to store a large number of working documents. Zenbook 14 consists of Kardon-designed speakers that sound better than most of the average laptop;however, it doesn’t work well in high bass and might break the quality.
As a final verdict, Zenbook 14 contains a lot of features and is not expensive, but there are better alternatives available in the marketat almost the same cost.