|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600x900|
|Processor||1.7 GHz Core i5 2557M|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Card Description||HD Graphics 3000|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
ASUS UX31 13-Inch Laptop [2011 model]
- Intel Core i5 Processor 1.7GHz
- 4GB SO-DIMM RAM
- 128GB Hard Drive
- 13.3-Inch Screen, Intel UMA
- Windows 7 Home Premium, 7 hours Battery Life
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The Zenbook largely resembles the MacBook Air in terms of svelteness. Even the tapering of the chasis 17mm-3mm is the same as the MacBook. This is a good thing because the Zenbook looks better than the MacBook air. The edges look more clean cut, more industrial looking. Definitely something for the corporate board.
This is a hit and miss issue with many users. You either love it or hate it. I found the keyboard better than the MacBook because I could actually type faster on this laptop.
1. The keys have much lesser travel than the MacBook Air.
2. They are well spaced.
Some people were complaining about how unresponsive the keys would be. I had found that to be true when I first used the laptop, but adapted to the typing style, applying a little more pressure with each keystroke. Now I can type faster than I can with my iMac wireless keyboard!
It's just a matter of getting used to.
This is perhaps one of my most pertinent gripes about the Zenbook. The trackpad, like the keyboard is a matter of getting used to. Asus did a poor job in this aspect because they did not standardize the parts used in their Zenbook series. Some Zenbooks came with the Elan touchpad. Others came with the more inferior Sentallics branded touchpad. Both touchpads had different drivers - and performance. The sentallics version performed poorly even with updated drivers and felt like using a year 20000-esque trackpad.Read more ›
Warning: DO NOT UNINSTALL Instant on, PowerWiz and Power4Gear. When I did so, my computer begin to blue screen. I believe it has to do with how the hardware operates in sleep mode and how Windows expect it to behave in sleep mode. Those 3 software bridge the gap between what Windows expect and how the hardware behaves. Without it, don't expect a stable notebook.
HINT: I've had some wireless stability problem earlier, but that was solved by disabling MIMO power save in the advance setting of the wireless adaptor by going to Network and Sharing Center, Change Adaptor setting, right click the adaptor, properties, configure, Advanced, and set Dynamic MIMO power save to disabled.
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This is an absolutely fantastic laptop. Extremely light. Mine has gone around the world twice in ~3 years. The charger is very light as well which is very important. Read morePublished 10 months ago by pbxn
A mix of ultrabook and ultraportable, the Asus Zenbook UX21E-DH52 is a formidable challenger to the 11-inch MacBook Air.
+ Marvellously thin and light. Read more
Bought this for my girlfriend. It's super light, thin, and easy to carry in a bag. The track pad is great and the keyboard is easy to use once you get used to it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by K. Conroy
I used to have an ASUS laptop before and I loved it, so I decided to stick with ASUS. I don't consider myself tech-saavy so I need a laptop that is simple and reliable. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ji
First 6 month laptop worked just fine, could work 6-7 hours without charging etc.
Battery died in a year. Read more
Purchased this on 1/15/2012. Right after the 1 year warranty expired the keyboard stopped working. Turns out many other owners have experienced the same problem. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Louis S Riley III
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