Looking for the best travel laptop that is portable and light-weight? The Asus Vivobook S14 S410UA is a great choice if you are a student or travel blogger with options from £400-790.
Blog Post coming soon with updates on how my experience with the laptop has been.
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I’ve been looking at several laptops and if portability is your main concern, then the Asus Vivobook S14 S410UA is a great choice. Watch the full video to find out if this is the best travel laptop for you.
If you don’t want to pay the hefty premium for an Apple macbook Air or Dell XPS then this is a really good option.
Whilst the screen doesn’t have the best resolution. The laptop has a decent amount of power. Starting with the 4 core Intel i5 processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM and combined with a selection of 128GB, 256GB or 512GB SSD storage option.
This laptop was purchased by my wife for doing typical business and personal tasks. She didn’t want to play games or do anything like video editing.
This laptop is great if you need to store a lot of files on the go. If you use a lot of applications at the same time then the 8GB ram and 4 cores really make this laptop smooth to use.
The laptop has a backlit keyboard and supports Windows 10 trackpad gestures. It also has 4 screen modes; normal, vivid, eye care and custom.
The screen is HD resolution and has a viewing angle of 178 degrees. It has NanoEdge Bezel meaning the laptop almost feels the size of a 13inch laptop. I did compare it next to a Dell XPS 13 and the XPS was smaller but it is also best in its class.
The laptop benefits from a super battery that allows you to put it in a maximum charge of 60% or 80% which prolongs the life by up to 3 times.
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