ASUS advertises its ASUS VivoBook 14 X415 as a device to satisfy your computing needs. However, the term “computing needs” is very broad and covers areas like web browsing, gaming, or handling heavy workloads, which this machine definitely can’t do.
However, you still get access to more than decent hardware, with the CPU choices going as far as the Core i7-1165G7. With the laptop, you also get decent thermals and relatively good build quality.
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