ASUS Zenbook Pro UX501VW-DS71T 15.6″ IPS 4K UHD (38402160), glossy , Silver (Aliminum ), Touch screen, Intel Quad Core i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz (Turbo up to 3.5GHz), 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD PCIEx4 + TPM, Nvidia GTX 960M 2G, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit)

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  1. J. Lopes says:

    Sweet spot Little confusion going on with the VW model. Apparently they’re still using images from the older JW model along with the specifications.UX501VW is the latest UX501 line and it’s great. I’m coming from an Asus n550JV and this is everything and a little more. The keyboard seems the same, but I’m not getting any mis key strikes on this one.Touchpad: I’m very used to the Asus touchpad and have never had any issues moving around. I usually use the touchpad in Lightroom and Photoshop. This pad is no different and is very good in my opinion.Touch screen: I never understood why anyone would want to get finger prints all over the screen. Seems silly. The screen does move a little on touch. I don’t have any plans on using the touch screen.Body: All aluminum, doesn’t move or flex. No flex in keyboard either.It has a USB Type C connection (same as my Nexus5x, though it’s not documented on any site this is listed. It says USB 3.0…

  2. Jorge L. Anzardo says:

    Great computer – ASUS ZenBook Pro UX501VW-DS71T Quick review on the ASUS ZenBook Pro UX501VW-DS71T 15.6-Inch UHD Touchscreen Laptop (Core i7-6700HQ, 16 GB DDR4, 512 GB Gen 3 PCIe x4 SSD, Nvidia GTX960M GPU).Pros:- High performance: Measured by using Microsoft visual studios 2015 to write code, Chrome browser, one note, excel, word, internet connection.- Good keyboard- Great wifi- Super fast SSD, boots in a few seconds.- Amazing display. No issues with colors and I don’t notice problems with the glossy display. The laptop is sitting next to a BenQ monitor. No difference between the two- I love the touch screen. I never thought that I would use it until I had it.- Track pad is average. Not bad, just average- Stable drivers- Solid constructionCons:Two issues.1. Malware in the Microsoft edge browser2. The McAffee virus protection came disabledMalware in the Microsoft edge browser: shortly after turning on the computer I…

  3. M.A. Shah says:

    AWESOME UBUNTU LINUX AND WINDOWS 10 LAPTOP AWESOME UBUNTU LINUX AND WINDOWS 10 LAPTOP! THIN, LIGHT, POWERFUL WORKSTATION!Great deal for the specs! I bought this laptop to dual boot Ubuntu (Linux) as well as Windows 10. My personal use case is heavy duty software development — I also use it for DJing, music production, and the occasional game of Portal 🙂 Note that this is a quad core machine that sucks a lot of power (has a 19V 6.32A power brick!). On moderate load, you’ll get maybe 5 hours of battery life in both Windows and Ubuntu, I get maybe 2 or 3 when pushing the CPU. Remember this is meant to be a professional workstation. If you’re working with things like SolidWorks/CAD, music/video production, software development, scientific computing, gaming or just like to have thousands of browser tabs open — well then this is the computer for you! If you need something with more stamina, can make it through an 8 hour flight, and are just doing PowerPoint, web browsing, watching videos, etc, I’d recommend going with…

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