Asus ZenBook Pro

ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 UX480 review – the hottest 14-incher on the market

ASUS’s ZenBook series has always produced a different breed of laptops. The latest and greatest from the brand is called ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 UX480.

Asus ProArt PA27AC Monitor Review: Made for Creatives

Not All Monitors Are Made the Same Monitors. They’re not created equally and they have the potential to put a damper on your experience with

ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX580GE Review

Back in Computex 2018, ASUS made waves with a couple of very unique laptops. The all-new ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 and 15 models introduced a quirky, but

Asus Zenbook Pro 15 UX580 Review: Brimming with Strength and Elegance

A Closer Look at Asus’ New Ultrabook We were in Taiwan a couple of weeks ago to check out what Asus had to show off

ASUS’ New ZenBook Pro Has A Touchscreen Display For A Touchpad

It’s not even a gaming PC ASUS has refreshed their Zenbook Pro notebook during COMPUTEX today. Aside from the expected processor refresh and a swanky

Asus ZenBook Pro UX550VE Review

The Pros Strong performance and graphics; Sleek design The Cons Quiet speakers; No 4K display option Verdict The ZenBook Pro UX550VE is a sleek laptop

Inside ASUS ZenBook Pro UX550VE – disassembly, internal photos and upgrade options

The disassembly of the ASUS ZenBook Pro UX550 is pretty straightforward and easy – the bottom lid and the screws that hold it are the

ASUS ZenBook Pro UX550 Quick Hands-on Review: Beauty Is A Beast

We go hands-on with the new ASUS ZenBook Pro 550! ASUS refreshed their top-end ZenBook Pro at their Edge Of Beyond event yesterday along with

Hands on: Asus ZenBook Pro review

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen an update for the ZenBook Pro UX501 and now Asus has really delivered with the new ZenBook

Hands on: Asus AsusPro B9440UA review

As the consumer laptop market starts to fizzle out and vendors look elsewhere to maintain profitability, there has been renewed interest in the enterprise/corporate market

Best Video Editing Laptops of 2016

Few tasks require more horsepower than video editing. While you can trim small clips with even an inexpensive laptop, to work with raw HD or