ASUS F555LA-AB31 15.6-inch Full-HD Laptop (Core i3, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD) with Windows 10

November 2, 2015 - Comment

ASUS F555LA-AB31 15.6″ FHD (19201080), matte, Laptop (Black), Intel Core i3-5010U 2.1GHz Broad well , 4GB DDR3L (1600MHz) , 500GB 5400RPM, DL DVDRW/CD-RW, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit) Related

ASUS F555LA-AB31 15.6″ FHD (19201080), matte, Laptop (Black), Intel Core i3-5010U 2.1GHz Broad well , 4GB DDR3L (1600MHz) , 500GB 5400RPM, DL DVDRW/CD-RW, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit)

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d54 says:

i3 with Windows 10 and 1080p screen review Main takeaway: I’m very pleased with the purchase overall and highly recommend it to anyone who needs a laptop for everyday usage. Remember especially that many people over-buy or get talked into things they don’t need. The i3 in this system is more than capable of performing the majority of tasks most users will require of it. Gamers who need a video card capable of running the latest and greatest new releases will need to look elsewhere, but this laptop should be fine for anyone who will be mostly surfing the internet, watching streaming videos, listening to music, writing emails, working with word processing, etc.Remember that buying it with certain credit cards (American Express, Visa Signature, others?) will automatically double the manufacturer’s 12 month warranty.Pros:- At $350 shipped, it’s essentially a $300 laptop with specs appropriate to the price and a $50 full-HD 1080p screen. Maybe the market is moving to HD at this price point,…

Amazon Customer says:

After an One Month Usage One month use. For the price you really can’t go wrong. A 1080p screen (by the way it has poor viewing angles), full size chiclet keyboard with a numeric keypad, mediocre build quality, and an above average processing power. Now my typical usage is surf the internet, watch videos, listen to music (the speakers are kind of bad), work on documents, and check email. Now what I do on this laptop may vary from person to person, but I believe it’s comparable to the majority of average laptop users.So the Pros: a large 15.6 screen that is an ok 1080p resolution (now for those who are having issues with the clarity with the screen, just downscale to 100% and you’ll be ok). The colors on this screen is a bit warm and washed out, but what can you expect from this price point. Apparently this screen is not listed as a TN panel, but the horrible viewing angles would otherwise suggest that it is a TN panel. However the screen is really not that bad far and from the worst. It is a…

Clumzyklutz says:

Nice PC, but had to get a replacement already I pre-ordered 2 in mid August and they arrived last week after they were released. That being said, I cannot speak about long term use, however the pros and cons I’ve found so far:First the cons:- I had to submit a claim for a replacement only a few hours after opening 1 of the laptops. The touch pad completely stopped working while setting up the computer. No food or drinks were involved, it just started to get spotty then stop working all together. A mouse could fix this, however if a problem happened within the first few hours, I was worried it could happen again to another feature. Overall the touch pad feels a little cheap.- (This is my personal mistake) I should have went with a laptop with a faster processor. There’s no doubt in your mind that it’s an i3 processor. I don’t know if they should use “powerful” in the description as it could be misleading.The pros:- It’s very sleek looking. You really can’t leave fingerprint marks…

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