The Asus VivoBook S15 makes a good coffee shop laptop for those who want a bigger screen. Just make sure to pick a table near an outlet.
As reviewed by cnet
The Asus VivoBook S530 improves on last year's VivoBook S510 and should be one of the most popular notebooks in its class of compact and affordable all-round computers in 2018. Most of the improvements are aesthetic though, corroborated with a hardware update and a new and slightly more comfortable to use keyboard, but potential buyers would still have to live with the rather small battery life and dim IPS screen. Read on for the whole story.
The Asus Vivobook S15 seems like a half-hearted attempt at making a mainstream laptop that is thin and light and packs-in the latest hardware. While it offers impressive specifications it does disappoint on a few (but critical) basics.
The Asus VivoBook S15 is very good option for those on the move, this laptop is slim, compact and light weight. Plus the screen quality and battery life is an added advantage. The pricing is also pretty good starts from Rs. 60K for the Intel Core i5 processor. The Intel Core i7 8th Gen version with 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD is priced at Rs. 81,990.
The ASUS Vivobook S15 S510U is ASUS' latest 15-inch laptop to grace the Malaysian market. The compact 15-inch notebook is currently the lightest PC of its class while packing a large 15.6-inch display with Full HD resolution. It features the Core i5 processor and a discreet 940MX GPU that packs enough power to breeze through the most menial tasks. It even packs enough power for to run most current games.
All-in-all, VivoBook S15 for us has might just be a new benchmark in the ‘everyday use’ laptop category with some of thenewest set of specs, pleasing design, and an aggressive price tag.
The Vivobook S15 is an exceptional bargain with a well considered blend of performance and value at a very reasonable price tag.
The Asus VivoBook S15 S510UQ is not a perfect laptop. Its build could be better, the screen brighter and battery life longer. However, a 15-inch laptop this slim and light is a real rarity. The 15-inch Lenovo IdeaPad is over 2kg and has worse battery life. Dell’s Inspiron is a similar case: heavier, thicker.
The Unfinished. Asus' multimedia-office newcomer compels with its elegant design and a particularly light and compact case, but can hardly keep up in the gaming area with its GeForce 940MX. Despite many good attributes, we cannot give a purchase...
This Asus VivoBook S is an affordable laptop that doesn’t stand out from the crowd, yet still hits all the marks.
The ASUS VivoBook S15 variant that is offered here is magnificent for its price. Build quality is decent, has appropriate specs for modern day mobile computing and a dedicated SSD and HDD built into it. For the price of RM2,699, the ASUS VivoBook S15 offers great value for your money.
You basically get what you pay for with the ASUS VivoBook S15. Which is to say, not an awful lot. If you're looking to invest in an everyday machine and like the odd game, it may be worth a look, however.
The Asus VivoBook S certainly stands out as an attractive and colorful-looking laptop that's perfect for college students and those with a disdain for...
The VivoBook S510's price suggests that it sits right between the VivoBook Pro 15 and the VivoBook F510 and judging by the overall user experience and performance, this stands true.In terms of mobility and build quality, the VivoBook S 15 appears to be...
On the face of it, the Asus VivoBook S15 has the makings of a solid mid-range laptop. For anyone upgrading from an older machine, the attractions include a 15.6in IPS display with slim bezels and wide viewing angles, a 7th Gen Intel Core processor, SSD...