Reviews and Problems with Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A
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Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A review
7 January 2014
Summary: Eight months ago, Asus was one of the first to build a credible MacBook Air alternative with a similar look and feel. The 13-inch Asus Zenbook UX31 and 11-inch UX21 delivered extremely rigid all-metal frames, power-sipping Intel Sandy Bridge processors, speedy solid state storage, and unfortunately, an incredibly frustrating trackpad .
Pros: Solid aluminum build, Fantastic (optional) 1080p IPS screen, Included dongles and sleeve
Cons: Extremely annoying trackpad, Weak hinge, Sharp edges, On the pricier side
Conclusion: The Asus Zenbook Prime was and is the definition of a high end Ultrabook. It's still the poster child for what Intel imagined when they coined the Ultrabook term: thin, light, extremely stylish and quick. Among Windows machines, it's still hard to beat it for seriously high end styling, fit and finish, features and value. Yes, $1,100 isn't cheap, but when compared to Samsung's top of the line Series 9 with a 1080p non-touch display, it's the more affordable choice.
Pros: As ever, a stunning design, elegant metal casing, full HD IPS touch screen, slim.
Cons: Fingerprint magnet, micro ports mean carrying dongle adapters.
Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A review – the best ultrabook out there right now
23 July 2012
Summary: The Asus Zenbook UX31A is my new favorite ultrabook, as it manages to fix most of the issues of the first generation Zenbooks, while adding a Full HD IPS screen and keeping the cool design and prices unchanged.
Zenbook Prime UX31A: an Ultrabook with a superb screen, fast performance and much improved user comfort
Good Gear Guide.au
2 November 2012
Summary: Excellent overall performance and a stunning screen are just two important features that the ASUS Zenbook UX31A brings to the table. It's thin, light, has a backlit keyboard and its battery life is impressive. It still isn't perfect, and our primary gripe with this model is its touchpad, but it doesn't overshadow the strong Ivy Bridge-based configuration and the beautiful IPS-based screen.
Pros: Fast performance, Stunning Full HD, IPS screen, Respectable battery life, Strong build quality
Cons: Touchpad can be a nuisance, Ambient light sensor not great, Space bar squeaked on our model
Excerpt: The term Ultrabook has become so loose now that just about everything which isn’t made by Apple and is portable has the moniker slapped on it. The problem is that a lot of the kit released just doesn’t cut it, with most being far from ultra.
Pros: Great screen, top-notch build quality and design
Conclusion: Com sua tela brilhante e sensível ao toque, design incrivelmente fino, ótima durabilidade de bateria e custando US$1.100, o Asus Zenbook Prime TouchUX31A-BHI5T é o ultrabook a ser superado.
Pros: Extremamente leve e fino. Tela 1080p touch. Bateria com alta durabilidade.
Cons: Espaço de armazenamento limitado. Portas limitadas
Excerpt: Det er en klasse, hvor man lægger vægt på, at maskinen skal være bærbar og helst være tynd, veje lidt, køre med Core i-processor og være hurtig til at tænde fra for eksempel vågetilstand. Desuden forventes det, at der bruges SSD-harddisk, som er hurtig, ikke mindst til at ”vågne” fra dvale. Alt dette overholder Asus med glans.