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October 15, 2020


I already thought the base price was low for some very notable specs, a 15 inch 4K screen 16 gig of ram… but now I think it is a great sale price given the design and specs.

Features & details
15.6 inch wide-view 4K UHD 4-way NanoEdge bezel display with 92% screen to body ratio
Innovative ScreenPad: 5.65-inch interactive touchscreen trackpad that adapts to your needs for smarter control and multitasking
Latest 10th generation Intel Core i7-10510U Quad Core Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.9 GHz) with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q discrete graphics
Fast storage and memory featuring 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD and 16GB RAM
Works with Amazon Alexa Voice Service that helps you with tasks, entertainment, general information, and more.
Built-in IR camera for facial recognition sign in with Windows Hello
Extensive connectivity with HDMI, USB Type C, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.0 and SD card reader (USB Transfer speed may vary. Learn more at ASUS website)
Sleek and lightweight 3.6 poundsfor comfortable portability
MIL-STD 810G military standard for reliability and durability
Windows 10 Home

Amazon product: ASUS ZenBook 15 Laptop, 15.6” UHD 4K NanoEdge Display, Intel Core i7-10510U, GeForce GTX 1650, 16GB, 512GB PCIe SSD, ScreenPad 2.0, Amazon Alexa Compatible, Windows 10, Icicle Silver, UX534FTC-AS77
Customer Reviews:
I’m also going with 4 stars. | Wanting to replace my 10 years old Toshiba, I tried to do a lot of research for the last 6-8 weeks and looked at way too many reviews. I think too many peoples are expecting Desktop performances from Laptops. There is a reason why desktop are so large and heavy. | I finally decided to order the Asus Zenbook 15 UX534FTC-AS77. I also locally purchased a Zenbook 14 and decided to keep the 15″ | Pros: | – It was available. Because of the high remote work demand, combined with lower production, many models are simply not available with many manufacturers. Especially in the 15″ area. | – I was not looking for 4K (UHD) but was very happy to get it, at a very decent price. With discreet graphic card also. I’m not using this laptop for gaming or movie watching but like to watch Youtube from time to time and when content is available in UHD, HDR. It’s really nice. The colours are vibrant. The brightness will get a bit short in bright sunlight condition but not in an abnormal way. | – Bezels, bezels, bezels. Asus really did a nice job with the display form factor. You have to see it in person to really appreciate it. | – I find cooling very quiet compared to my very annoying old Toshiba. | – Even if I’m not carrying it around a lot, it is much lighter than my old laptop. | – Windows Hello face recognition instead of fingerprint. Another nice addition compared to similarly priced laptops. So far, very reliable. | – Number pad. Again, so many laptop don’t have one. This one does. Not only one but two. Physicality and thru the ScreenPad. | – I know many peoples don’t use or find the Screenpad useful. Although it was not an absolute selection criteria for me I was happy to give it a shot. From my point of view, comparing with other similar laptop with 4K display, discreet graphic card, Wi-Fi 6, i7 10th, 16G, battery life, incredible form factor, the ScreenPad comes at no cost. That’s my opinion. I find it useful. I will do what I need to do on the main screen while having either my To-do list or Stock quotes always visible on the ScreenPad | 50/50: | – The description listed this product as “Royal blue” but came in “Icicle Silver”. I was also evaluating a Zenbook 14 that came in “Royal blue”. The “Royal blue” with the gold-pink touch is really classy and beautiful. But as many have mentioned, is a real fingerprint magnet. As soon as you grab it, regardless of your hands condition, it will look “greasy”. I suppose that the first few days/weeks you clean it very often but after a while…not sure. So the “Icicle Solver” ends-up being more practical. It is simply that I like to take my own decisions. In this case, I was given something else then what I ordered. | Cons: | – I never learned typing so I have to look at the keyboard while typing. Many manufacturers are now making the keyboard grey or “Icicle Silver” in this case. Dark grey letters on light grey keys is not an improvement compared to white on black. The gold-pink letters on “Royal blue” keys was visually easier. Not a huge deal but the idea is to improve things and not only colour match them. | – The keyboard came in QWERTY (English STD). I was on the impression that every computer sold in the province of Quebec and in Canada to some extend, would have been QWERTY (Canadian multilingual). Again, not a huge deal for me has I instinctively know where to find the french characters. Beware if you really need those french characters on the keys themselves because there are none. However Windows 10 can be loaded in English, French or Spanish. | – Has another reviewer mentioned, Asus, along with other manufacturers, are shy on advanced technical details. To me, the keyboard layout, TN/IPS, Brittleness Nits, RGB%, ports etc… should all EASILY be available without having to rely on independent reviews sites. I come from a technical world where each product variant has it’s own model number and it makes things much easier. | Note : On the attached picture the display looks a bit yellowish but it is not at all. It is pure white. I simply wanted to show a) the keyboard colour b) the use of the ScreenPad