The Asus VivoBook 14x is a mid-range laptop from the Taiwanese manufacturer. With a 14-inch panel, it is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 processor identical to those used in laptops gaming. Enough to overcome any office and creative task.
The Asus VivoBook 14x offers good overall performance in a comfortable format, ideal for office automation sprinkled with a touch of content creation. The set is however tarnished by an imposing chassis and an IPS panel which would have deserved a better calibration.
- Connectors provided.
- Screen in 16/10 format.
- Application performance.
- Slab that lacks accuracy.
- Gray keys unreadable with backlight.
- No biometrics.
- Proprietary charger.
- Slightly thick frame.
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By taking over the MagicBook Pro on its own, Huawei has corrected its main defect (the keyboard) and retained its main strong point (its screen). However, we would have liked a slightly newer processor, such as an AMD Ryzen 5 5600H with Zen 3 architecture. To make a perfect copy, Huawei would have been well advised to offer better speakers and a larger capacity battery – l Autonomy is on the other hand correct. We will finally settle for a free M.2 slot instead.
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