Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UA-AS51review: A thin, light, and peppy budget laptop with battery life to spare

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Yes, you can leave the AC adapter at home.

The Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UA is a thin, light, budget-minded laptop with a spring in its step when it comes to everyday computing tasks, and it’s got all-day battery life to boot.

Pros
  • Thin and light shell
  • Solid productivity performance
  • Comfy keyboard
  • Great battery life
Cons
  • Dim, non touch-sensitive display
  • So-so performance during lengthy CPU-intensive tasks
  • No discrete graphics for gaming

asus zenbook 13 ux331ua

The Asus ZenBook 13 is just the ticket for productivity-minded road warriors on a budget. It weighs less than three pounds, measures a little more than a half-inch thick, and boasts a quad-core processor and all-day battery life.

This particular model of the ZenBook 13 has downsides: It lacks discrete graphics for gaming, it chugs during lengthy CPU-intensive tasks, and it’s saddled with a dim, non-touch-sensit.

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