ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 16″ WUXGA Display, AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS(Up to 5.2GHz), 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon GPU, Wi-Fi 6E, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11…

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  • 【AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS CPU】Experience unparalleled performance with the ASUS Vivobook powered by the latest AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS processor, reaching turbo frequencies of up to 5.2GHz. With 16MB cache, 8 cores, and 16 threads, enjoy seamless multitasking and smooth gaming, even for the most demanding tasks.
  • 【16″ WUXGA Display】Dive into entertainment with the Vivobook’s 16″ display boasting a vibrant 1920×1200 (WUXGA) resolution. Revel in stunning colors and fluid visuals, immersing yourself in an unparalleled gaming experience with minimal motion blur.
  • 【Enhanced Performance】Boost your productivity with up to 40GB DDR4 RAM, ensuring seamless multitasking and efficient handling of resource-intensive applications. Coupled with up to 2TB SSD storage, enjoy lightning-fast data access and ample space for all your games, media, and files.
  • 【Enhanced Connectivity and Convenience】Stay connected and productive with the built-in 720p front-facing camera for crystal-clear video calls and a backlit keyboard for comfortable typing in any lighting condition.
  • 【Business Laptop】Meticulously crafted to meet the needs of professionals, the ASUS Vivobook offers reliability, performance, and security for all your business tasks, ensuring you stay ahead in the corporate world.
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ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 16″ WUXGA Display, AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS(Up to 5.2GHz), 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon GPU, Wi-Fi 6E, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11…
ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 16″ WUXGA Display, AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS(Up to 5.2GHz), 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon GPU, Wi-Fi 6E, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11…

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Specification: ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 16″ WUXGA Display, AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS(Up to 5.2GHz), 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon GPU, Wi-Fi 6E, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11…

Standing screen display size

‎16 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1200 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920×1200 Pixels

Processor

‎5.2 GHz ryzen_9

RAM

‎DDR5

Hard Drive

‎1 TB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎AMD Radeon

Chipset Brand

‎AMD

Card Description

‎Integrated

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11ax

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎3

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎ASUS Vivobook Laptop

Item model number

‎ASUS Vivobook Laptop

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎4.14 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.2 x 0.78 x 9.82 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.2 x 0.78 x 9.82 inches

Color

‎Cool Silver

Processor Brand

‎AMD

Number of Processors

‎8

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR5 RAM

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 16″ WUXGA Display, AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS(Up to 5.2GHz), 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon GPU, Wi-Fi 6E, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11…

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  1. CJR

    For home use. Works well. Small, very portable, nice weight. Bright screen.y Screen size convenient for my use. Battery capacity good. Attractive, nicely made. Not an well learned computer user so ok fir my purposes. Purchased based on reviews and reccomendations. Would buy again maybe next size up.

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  2. TheTrainer

    I bought the ZenBook 14″ computer for the “Mouse Screen”. It took a while – I viewed many YouTube ZenBook Videos – but now I have the ZenBook set up just the way I envisioned it before purchasing!

    1. The ZenBook 14″ is VERY lightweight – yet sturdy! Although it comes with it’s own “sleeve”, I use a somewhat thicker computer bag and also carry an additional ViewSonic screen with it.

    2. As with all older computers – it took multiple hours to update to the latest version of Windows and all needed drivers. However – once loaded, there hasn’t been one minute of lost productivity with the ZenBook.

    3. Be a little careful when ordering – not all ZenBooks have touch screens. Make sure you order the correct ZenBook for your use!

    4. I was just a bit surprised the USB-C port was not a USB-C PD port (does not transfer power thought the USB-C). Since the ZenBook is powered by its own corded transformer, this wasn’t a deal breaker for me, but be aware.

    5. When I’m on the road, I have both the ZenBook and an Apple MacBook Pro (M1) – (both 14″). I have to say it’s MUCH easier to tote around the ZenBook (w/extra ViewSonic Screen) than the Mac Book Pro (The ZenBook is MUCH lighter).

    I don’t know if you can beat this computer for easy Windows-10 use travelling!

    The battery life could be better – I have to admit – but the MacBook Pro (M1) spoils me concerning battery life!

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  3. Nic

    Four years ago, I had purchased a Lenovo Yoga 900, and it has already heavily worn out. I decided to do some research and found this laptop. While I love this model of Asus Zenbook for many reasons, I would recommend going with a different model of the Zenbook. I’ll go through my general pros and cons of this model of the computer and my recommendation. If you don’t want to read my explanation, you can just see the aspect in all caps.
    PROS:
    BUILD QUALITY: the computer has an excellent build quality in terms of its all-aluminum body, and the keyboard has the perfect amount of travel, especially compared to the Yoga, which sacrificed the keyboard for thinness. The screen is excellent for a1080p, and the thin bezels are very lovely. The ergonomic lifting hinge is pretty nice though you don’t notice it until you aren’t typing on another laptop keyboard. The ScreenPad works well, but I have more to say in the cons. this is my first computer with the iris scanner, and it is the greatest thing!
    INTERFACE: it has Windows 10 64-bit; there isn’t that much bloatware from Asus on the computer. The MyAsus app on the computer which can update the BIOS on the computer and have some nice customizations to the laptop. The app includes options like partially charging the battery if you’re leaving the computer plugged in often to protect the battery life, fan function, screen color customizations, diagnostic checks, warranty info, and manuals for the laptop.
    INNER SPECS: While inner specs are subjective to use, this laptop specs are pretty good for a business laptop or for a college student who plays light games (that is me) should guarantee that this laptop will run reliably for a good while. There is a lot of hubbub around the Intel i7 10 gen with the clocking speeds, but the results are relatively similar to the older generations, and if its an issue, this laptop has options for other generations. This laptop also has the ultrabook (thin laptop) version of the i7 inside.
    BATTERY: the battery on this laptop holds out for a good while if you’re writing a paper or watching youtube videos, and while the charger isn’t USB C, it charges the laptop pretty dang fast.
    FREE CASE: this model also comes with a free case, which is great for protecting this laptop in bags. It’s not a fancy case, but it does the job.

    CONS:
    SCREEENPAD: The ScreenPad is overrated. There I said it. Once the new toy factor wore off, I turned it off to save battery life. While it sounds like a cool idea in concept, it isn’t that useful. Lucky for you, they have a model of this laptop without the ScreenPad and a regular trackpad. I haven’t had any issues with the ScreenPad; it just isn’t justifiable for paying more.
    KEYBOARD: while the keyboard feels great for long periods of writing, the only problem I have noticed is the slight slanting of the backspace key. Maybe it’s just my typing; I don’t know. luckily this computer comes with a 2-year warranty
    FINGERPRINTS: this computer is a fingerprint magnet, which isn’t the end of the world, but just so you know.

    Conclusion: Overall, as I had said before, I would highly recommend you get a model of the Asus Zenbook 13,14 or 15 in, just not this one specifically. Get a model that doesn’t have the Screenpad. Don’t make the same mistake I made in being enticed by the ScreenPad and save your hard-earned coin to purchase the 4-year warranty offer for this computer by amazon our through Asus on the MyAsus app.

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  4. Goodson

    This is for me one of my best laptops ever.
    The screen pad 2.0 takes a little time to adapt to. And I still can’t get it to do what I was expecting it to…Maybe it’s my understanding that it is not quite up to par yet…
    The laptop its self is super fast and looks great. It is a little heavy for a small laptop but at the same time, the fact that it is made from aluminum makes it feel very professional and sturdy. I love the keyboard touch but would have preferred if the letters themselves where lit instead of light coming from around the keys. The battery life is great so far. I can guess I get about 8h of life out of it while installing all my apps to it.
    Overall very satisfied…
    I will update the post in a few months is needed.

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  5. Peter Ponsen

    At the time of this review I’ve had this laptop for about 5 days. So far, this laptop has exceeded my expectations, and reminded me how much I missed having a laptop. It’s not a touch screen but it does have a touch screen (more on that later), and it’s only 1080p which is why I rated screen quality only a 4 out of 5. It is a nice screen though, and the lack of bezel is outstanding. I was originally looking at the 13″ version and had made up my mind. In the time that I took to decide it had sold out. So, I went to the 14″ as the backup plan, and I’m so glad it worked out this way! I had been comparing measurements with the Apple Mac Book because of their reputation for portability. The lack of bezel has allowed the 14” laptop to be the same or smaller in every dimension. The fact that the overall size of this is roughly the same as a 13″ MacBook but I get a 14″ display is really something I am happy with, despite the lower resolution.

    The aluminum frame, lack of bezel, backlit keyboard, screen pad in addition to the 10th generation i7u processor, 16GB of RAM, and the 512GB SSD (upgradeable to 1TB). Give this laptop a premium feel from top to bottom. I do wish that this laptop was at least 1440p though.

    The touch pad has been both annoying and impressive. I’ve gotten the settings mostly dialed in and usually keep it off when on battery power. In many of the ways that matter it just behaves as simply second monitor. I have found it works great for chat windows, Spotify, and picture heavy tutorials, especially when you use an external mouse. That really is a cool little productivity feature even if it has limited usefulness. My biggest complaint with it is that icons are not standard desktop icons so right click functionality doesn’t work and to setup an icon to return to the app rather than just the current app instance on the screen you have to go through a special process with contextual popups on the main screen. There is a learning curve, but, in general, I think they are on to something here.

    The battery life indicator is super inaccurate always saying I only have 2 or 4 hours of battery left even when my battery is at 90%. I think that’s a Windows issue though, not an issue with the PC configuration. The battery has lasted entire workdays a couple times now. I have no complaints.

    The choice for a legacy USB 2.0 port instead of a Thunderbolt 3 port or at least a USB 3.1 A port is baffling to me. Sure, it has become the default for my wireless mouse’s dongle, but I’m already looking at Bluetooth mice. Who wants to ruin this slim profile with a dongle?

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  6. Cameron Scott

    I love the backlit keyboard. I wish the screen was 4k / OLED, but I understand the price would increase. It’s still a great laptop, smooth clear screen. The mouse pad is a great feature with the options! Very compact and sleek! I’d recommend this laptop!

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  7. Gisela Salgado

    No la pude utilizar, tenía descompuesto el teclado por lo que solicité la devolución

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  8. Dillan

    I bought a used Zenbook 14 from the Amazon Warehouse. Paid 1150, lists new for about 1700. Unit I received is in perfect condition, the box had packing tape around it and was a little beat up but the notebook its self is absolutely perfect. Not a mark on it. The sound wasn’t working and I suspect this is the reason someone returned it. Simple driver reinstallation and all is working well. 10 minute fix. AWESOME DEAL, THANKS AMAZON!

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  9. FTM

    Pros: Very fast. Very light. Nice blue colour. Windows 10 pro installed (not Home). Keyboard great. Usb 3.0 and 3.1 gen 2 ports. Screen pad very awesome. Runs cool.

    Cons: mini SD card reader (not regular size or micro). Screen not as nice as the 15 inch 4K display version.

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