Apart from their famous ROG gaming line and their premium Zenbook line, ASUS actually has a budget notebook line dubbed the VivoBook series. These notebooks were made specifically for those on a budget who still wants a well-built and respectable device. What we’re looking at here is one of the company’s topline Vivobooks, the Vivobook X405UQ. We took it for a little spin and here are our first impressions.
The VivoBook X405UQ has a 14-inch Full HD IPS Display with the company’s so-called NanoEdge display giving it a screen to body ratio of about 78%, which is quite good for a laptop. Another thing to take note is that the device’s panel is 13-inches. ASUS did quite a good job of cramming a display that’s an inch wider. This also gives users the illusion that they’re using a bigger device. In any case, the display is not just all about the thin bezels, it also has good color reproduction, accuracy, and viewing angles.
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