ASUS ZenBook S Ultra Slim Laptop, 13.9” 3300×2200 3:2 500nits Touch, Intel Evo Core i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Thunderbolt 4, TPM, Windows 10…

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ASUS ZenBook S Ultra Slim Laptop, 13.9” 3300x2200 3:2 500nits Touch, Intel Evo Core i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Thunderbolt 4, TPM, Windows 10...
  • 13.9” 3:2 (3300 x 2200) Quad HD+ Glossy Touch Screen display with ultra-slim 4-sided NanoEdge bezels and a 92% screen to body ratio for more visual space and detailed content
  • Enjoy a more vivid, immersive experience with a Pantone validated and 100% DCI-P3 color gamut display
  • Latest 11th generation Intel Core i7-1165G7 Quad Core Processor (12M Cache, up to 4.70 GHz, with IPU)
  • Windows 10 Professional
  • Fast storage and memory featuring 1TB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD and 16GB LPDDR4X RAM

Specification: ASUS ZenBook S Ultra Slim Laptop, 13.9” 3300×2200 3:2 500nits Touch, Intel Evo Core i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Thunderbolt 4, TPM, Windows 10…

Standing screen display size

‎13.9 Inches

Series

‎ZenBook S

Max Screen Resolution

‎3300 x 2200 Pixels

Processor

‎4.7 GHz apple_ci7

RAM

‎16 GB LPDDR4

Memory Speed

‎4266 MHz

Hard Drive

‎1 TB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Iris Plus Graphics

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Card Description

‎Integrated

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 GB

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11ax

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎3

Brand

‎ASUS

Screen Resolution

‎3300 x 2200 pixels

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Item model number

‎UX393EA-XB77T

Operating System

‎Windows 10 Pro

Item Weight

‎2.65 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12 x 8.3 x 0.55 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12 x 8.3 x 0.55 inches

Color

‎Jade Black

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Processor Count

‎4

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Flash Memory Size

‎1

Hard Drive Interface

‎USB-C

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Voltage

‎19 Volts

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

7 reviews for ASUS ZenBook S Ultra Slim Laptop, 13.9” 3300×2200 3:2 500nits Touch, Intel Evo Core i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Thunderbolt 4, TPM, Windows 10…

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  1. Avatar of Anjani

    Anjani

    I am a computer user for over 20 years, using both Mac and Windows, my current laptop is a Surface pro 4 I bought 4 years ago and a 10 year old Imac, that still works. I needed a more powerful machine to use Zbrush 3D, this one was reccomended to me by Intel for that purpose. I liked the looks, that it has a touchscreen with pencil, good memory, Plenty of space etc.
    It arrived on Tuesday and since the moment I turned on, the screen was “washed” on one side ( see attached photo) ,
    And it was superhot. I knew that it may get fixed with an update, so I did the whole windows update and Bios update from Asus site, that resolved those problems.
    Then, it could not connect to the internet, or connects sometimes and disconects etc…annoying. I tried to play the tech support myself and got to the point that it connects but when I put it to sleep, it will not connect automatically even if “connect automatically” is on, I was willing to live with that, but then the laptop started to shut off by itself several times, I had already installed zbrush and gotten some of my personal info in it, the only solution was to “ re-install windows” , I did just that, it worked for 2 days until it got some updates today and now I got the “blue screen of death” (photo attached), it re-started 3 times and told me to use the asus diagnostic tool which I did and it came out as “warning: cannot detect HDD” !!! Wow… (photo attached).
    I end this 5 day ordeal by sending the laptop back to Amazon for a refund, it is a shame because I had a 22 “ art tablet coming today that I was planning on using with this computer for my 3D Zbrush sculpting.
    I am not sure if Asus or Microsoft are to blame for this bad product, but I will have to buy a new Imac ( Will change my zbrush license to move it to Mac).
    I will stay away from Microsoft products for now (Surface is not perfect, but I learned to live to its issues, like screen freezes etc). and unfortunately will have to pay more for a Mac, but peace of mind and getting work done is priceless. Thank you for reading and best wishes for 2021.

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    Bernard

    Pros: This laptop is gorgeous and feels very premium. The keyboard is big enough to type comfortably. The OLED display makes the screen very bright and colourful. Very light and compact. It has facial recognition which literally takes seconds to log in which I find to be a big plus. Very fast.

    Cons: Battery life for 4K OLED isn’t as long as described. My guess is it makes sense if the screen was FHD. One thing that I don’t like is how hot it gets even for minimal use. The fan doesn’t quite work well to dissipate the heat. I’ve tried to upgrade the BIOS and seems like it’s still the same. Another thing is you can’t game anything that is intense.

    Overall I’m still happy with the laptop even with the few points I’ve made about the cons it has.

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    Alejandro Lemmo

    Well, got my brand new laptop on the 16th. Actually received it earlier than expected, kudos to Amazon for that. Unboxing experience is pretty satisfying, the computer is very well packed and it even lifts up when you take ot out of the box it comes in. Came with the stylus, a charger and two dongles.

    Fist of all, buid quality is premium, you can see and feel that it is well made and sturdy, hinges work as advertised and you indeed can open the lid with just one hand.

    After turning it on and configuring it, all went well, did the normal updates that all laptops require out of the box, installed chrome and went on my way to start backing up my data and rearanging folders.

    Here comes the first issue I found. I have a Logitech MX Ergo, pretty nice trackball mouse that I have enjoyed for the last six months or so and worked flawlessly with my previous Acer laptop, I went and installed it on the Asus and things started to happen. Bluetooth conectivity is bad. The mouse disconnects after just a few seconds being still. I mean 3 to 5 seconds, this is so annoying, everytime you move the mouse it lags. It drives me crazy.

    I have at least three days trying to fix this and nothing. Updated the BIOS to version 303, reinstalled all drivers, power management options are very limited in this version of Windows, so nothing seems to fix it. The MyAsus app is pretty mu h useless, all disgnostics say no issues found. My best guess is that bluetooth tries somehow to save power and goes to sleep, but there is no way to override this.

    I did tried the mouse in two other computers and it works fine. So I am sure its this laptop. My bluetooth headphones don’t work very well either if they are paired both to the computer and phone, because lf this I decided to use the dongle for the headphones and discovered that it has a hissing noise, when connected through the usb c port, both ports. This does not happen when connected trhough the same dongle to my Pixel 4, so laptop again.

    Lets talk battery life, 10 hours, its a lie. I can understand they tend to overrate this times, but in my case if I get 5 hours I am lucky, and this is only using Lightroom and a Sandisk Extreme SSD drive connected through usb c. Not sure if this battery is faulty, to be honest.

    Laptop gets a bit hot, but nothing too serious in my opinion, its understandable being so thin and small.

    Overall, these are the things that have bothered me about this laptop so far.

    Now for the good. THE SCREEN! is amazing. Even as little as it is, quality is superb, colors are very true, is super bright and sharp. I love the 4K resolution, it allows to use very small icons so you have a lot of space when working, I love this. I am currently using it with 175% zoom, and its great. Tried going smaller but it was too small. Sound on this is very good also, surprisingly good.

    Another thing that I liked a lot is the trackpad and the numeric keyboard function, very usefull once you set your brain to use it. Haven’t used the stylus as much, I don’t care about it too much. I wanted a 2 in 1 because I travel a lot and its light and can be used as a tablet for entertainment and browsing, which is great when you are on an airport. And the power allows me to handle data and peocessing for work without having to own another bigger more powerful comouter.

    And last but not least, this laptop is fast, paired withmy SSD file transfer are in the order of 700MB/s which is great, coming from an HHD averaging 20 to 50 MB/s, so very useful when working with phlto and vkdeo editing.

    This review might be a bit longer. I will try and update about the bluetooth issues and usage all together.

    UPDATE:
    So, I was watching a video last nigjt and saw this thin greenish line at the bottom of the screen, at first I thought it was from the video itself but no, is the screen. It has a fault. I did not see it at first but when I lowered the screen brightness it was very noticeable. I thought that it appeared later on, but I did took a picture lf the laptop when new out of the box and the stripre is there. So it came like this from the factory.

    I will have to send it for a repair. I am very upset because of this. This is a brand new very premium laptop.

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    Pie McPie

    Update 3:
    A number of bugs when using TB3/4, the system is not that responsive and find that the product does not perform as well as Asus would have you believe. Battery performance is not great, probably due to 4k screen using up lots of power 2k woiuld suffice. Stylus performance is not so good on PC touch screens. I decided to go with Ipad pro and use Duet Air when I need to use stylus with PC.

    Update 2:
    A real pain to do any kind of drawing or note-taking using the stylus while your hand rests on the screen, which is pretty much how everyone writes or draws (while resting on a surface). It registers your hand and wiggs out and starts leaving marks where you don’t want them. Sometimes triggering zoom function or secondary click. Makes it completely useless. Quite buggy. I also find some applications behave oddly. Lots of bugs, would not recommend this device.

    Update:
    Despite Asus website saying it has 22hour battery life, I get about 2 hours with standard use when I use 60% conservation mode. So I assume if fully charged I may get 3-4. Unfortunately, I’ll switch to the balanced 80% battery mode, but battery life is just average. Never owned or tested a laptop that goes beyond 4 hours despite the crap that manufacturers say about lifespan.

    I find this to be a great laptop. I’ve tried 4 different laptops looking for TB4, Active capacitive stylus compatibility, i7 evo and 16GBram. This is the only one that works properly and covers all the bases.

    I use MyAsus to set standard fan speed mode. Fan noise is noticeable under lots of load, but not much or that often. You can’t have performance and no fan noise from such a tiny laptop, also it is closer to the user than a desktop so fans are generally more noticeable.

    This is the 1st one that my TB3 docks works properly with, other laptops have been really buggy when using external screens.

    Has great sound, loud speakers.

    I do find that the trackpad calculator turns on sometimes without pressing the button though,

    and if I try to use it in tablet mode, it’s true that the backside of screen and chasis do not meet leaving a gap. Good thing that I don’t really care for tablet mode, I use this as a laptop workstation and would have preferred to buy a full-on laptop with TB4 and capacitive touchscreen rather than have the gimicky 2-in-1 type notebook, but those specs seem to be non-existent.

    I use external mice, so hardly use the touchpad except for using the gestures to switch screens, and only use that if no using external screens.

    With TB3 docking station I use external screens, keyboard and mouse so it is a workstation that I can make portable if I disconnect.

    Got a longer than standard 3ft Tb3 cable rather than the standard one that came with dock for better laptop placement options.

    The screen is great, but 4K is not really needed for 13-inch screen. stepping down to 2K probably would have been fine and not very discernable in difference, but cool non the less. I like that it is Pantone verified.

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    B+

    UX371 is a powerful laptop with excellent sound quality and decent battery power. It works fine and it is enough mostly for daily tasks such as creating documents, presentations, videoconferencing, etc. There is no fingerprint sensor and audio jack but it comes with a USB-C audio dongle, a full HDMI port and a working stylus.
    It also has two Thunderbolt 4 ports capable of running external displays. The four stars is because there is no indication in the manual and other published documents about whether it can be connected to eGPU boxes or not. I could confirm that it can actually be connected to an eGPU box via Thunderbolt port and can be used for gaming, video editing or software system development.

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  6. Avatar of Star Hawk

    Star Hawk

    I keep enabling the num pad by accident and at least in my case it does affect things. I ended up having to create a batch file to disable the ability to switch back and forth. I wish you could disable the touch from working and add a shortcut instead. Now i can’t use the num pad unless i restart the laptop but at least I don’t get frustrated every time it turns on/off without my wanting to. As well this isn’t a good “lap” top. Make sure you wear pants and not just shorts as the metal will go into your skin if you have it in your lap. I swear you could cut something with that. I also used to use the page up/down a lot and thought I could get used to having to use a special key to go page up/down but I find it doesn’t work very well so I end up having to use the mouse to instead scroll updown. Considering how much I paid for this I am fairly disappointed overall.

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  7. Avatar of Alex Klikouchin

    Alex Klikouchin

    Be aware folks, it does NOT have audio jack and does NOT have microSD card reader.
    Other than that, it is nice.

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