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ASUS ZenBook UX305UA-FB004T prices in Singapore

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Reviewed on 2016-05-13
Simple, solid construction, Pleasing keyboard and touchpad, Nongloss 1080p display, Good battery life, Excellent valueSomewhat plain design, No backlit keyboard
Asus' Zenbook series has been on a roll as of late, led by the Zenbook UX305CA, an excellent, affordable ultrabook that won our Editor's Choice award. Our one small complaint was with its performance, as the UX305CA has a Core M processor – less powerful...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
The Asus Zenbook UX305 line of laptops, are thin, light, and surprisingly cheap when you look at their spec sheets.Asus launched the first model in early 2015, offering a 2.7 pound laptop with 8GB of RAM, 256GB of solid state storage, and an Intel Core M...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
Highly stable and premium quality chassis, Full HD resolution display with IPS technology for rich contrast, Fast SSD storage to speed up booting time and other processes, Powerful i5 Skylake processor which cultivates a good battery life, Competitive...No backlight available for the keyboard, Few connectivity options, Limited choice of colours in Australia
The ZenBook line up from Asus has become synonymous with professional laptops, and they get better with every iteration. Now powered with the latest Skylake processors from Intel, the Asus ZenBook UX305UA is ready to enter the major leagues. The ZenBook U...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
bright, contrastrich, matte IPS screen, Full HD resolution, stable, highend case, very good input devices, very good battery life, works usually quietly, does hardly get warmer, fast SSD, maintainableno keyboard light, PWM flickering
Long-lasting. Skylake makes for a higher performance in the Zenbook UX305 without negative impact on the battery runtimes. The other features remained as good as previously: fast SSD, Full HD display, good keyboard...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
wells built and good looking; great matte display; decent keyboard and trackpad; solid performer; runs cool; long battery life; great pricelacks a backlit keyboard; a bit noisier than it should be; limited range WiFi; only gets a microHDMI port for video output
If you've read some of my other articles here on the site, you probably know I'm a big fan of compact laptops with matte screens, that's why my main-driver in the last months has been the Dell XPS 13 with the matte FHD display .In this post we're going to...
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