ASUS ZenBook UX305CA-EHM1 13.3-Inch FHD Laptop, 6th Gen. Intel Core M, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

January 30, 2016 - Comment

ASUS Zen book UX305CA-EHM1 13.3″ IPS FHD (19201080), matte, Obsidian Stone (Aluminum), Intel Core m3-6Y30 900MHz (Turbo up to 2.2GHz), 8GB DDR3L (1600MHz) ,256GB SSD, Intel HD, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit) Related

ASUS Zen book UX305CA-EHM1 13.3″ IPS FHD (19201080), matte, Obsidian Stone (Aluminum), Intel Core m3-6Y30 900MHz (Turbo up to 2.2GHz), 8GB DDR3L (1600MHz) ,256GB SSD, Intel HD, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit)

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CHRIS VANHAIGHT says:

Amazingly light, completely solid state non-touch laptop Be sure this is what you want: a non-touchscreen ultra-portable laptop with a low-power, next generation Intel Skylake M3 processor that is absolutely quiet because it has no fan (completely solid state). I use it for document editing, email, web browsing and YouTube watching and can see no difference between the speed of this laptop and my previous generation Core i7 desktop. The 8 GB of RAM and SSD help make up for any speed deficiency of the processor. The WIFI is great. This is NOT a gaming laptop. It is for people who are constantly on the road and need a sturdy super-light laptop that balances well on the lap at Starbucks. Unlike detachables that have a lot of the weight in the screen portion, the weight is in the base making it super stable on the lap. The HD matte screen is great and, because it is not a touchscreen, no smudges. However, the huge touchpad allows swiping, pinch resizing, etc. so you may never miss the touchscreen. The keyboard is fine but it is not back-lit…

Josue says:

Great versatitle ultraportable laptop not without flaws I received the Microsoft Store Signature Edition of this laptop yesterday. Overall, it’s a sleek, light, and portable device with great battery life and sufficiently powerful performance for everyday tasks. I travel a lot and wanted an ultra-thin laptop to carry around while being able to be productive on the go. The 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD are great for fluid multitasking and fast read-and-write speed. The Core m3 (Skylake) processor inside is good enough for browsing the Internet with 10+ tabs open, Photoshop, and Microsoft Office work. The Octane store was just above 20,000, which is greater than the UX305LA (18,500) and just slightly lower than the DELL XPS 13 (22,000). The 1080p FHD screen looks gorgeous; however, the out-of-the-box color accuracy was awful. The display was tainted in a strong yellowish tone, indicating poor factory color calibration. I read some reviews for the UX305FA showing the same problem and offering a solution, which is to calibrate the display color…

Kaitlyn says:

Great performance, battery and portability but with a couple cons The 10 hour battery life is completely true. I used this PC at default settings and it lasted for 10 hours of use that involved updates, livestream webinars, research, internet browsing, email, chat, online college classes as well as watching an episode on Netflix. If you are doing something more intense like playing games or turned the brightness up from default it would probably get less. However, it looks like you can get 13-14 hours if you have more casual use and turn the brightness down.Some things that I have noticed so far:The backlight bleeds into the screen when it is black. This is very noticeable when the screen is black, but does not show otherwise. I will add a picture later to show what I mean.To click the touchpad buttons takes a lot of force. It is also one of the loudest clicks that I have heard from a laptop. If you have any hand pain or are bothered by loud clicks this could be an issue.Fingerprints show very easily…

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