Asus VivoBook Max X541SA

Asus VivoBook Max X541SA
Asus VivoBook Max X541SA
The Asus VivoBook Max X541SA is an ease 15.6in laptop. It's here for individuals who need to spend as meager as could be expected under the circumstances while as yet getting something that closely resembles a legitimate tablet.



At £299 it's a little part of the cost of the kind of laptops you may see publicized on TV and in silver screen promotions. There's an index of little ways you feel the squeeze of the spending cuts, however the one you ought to consider most importantly others is execution. Because of its Intel Pentium CPU and hard drive, it feels fundamentally slower than the HP 250.

ASUS VIVOBOOK MAX X541SA: PRICE

You can purchase the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA for £299 from Currys. It's among the least expensive new laptops you'll discover outside of a Chromebook. In any case, there are significantly less expensive choices in case you're upbeat to purchase from Chinese sites, for example, Chuwi LapBook 14.1 in which costs path under £320 notwithstanding considering in import obligation.

At this sort value you don't get numerous additional items, yet a substantial hard drive gets you right around 10x the capacity of a passage level ultrabook. It accompanies a one-year guarantee.

ASUS VIVOBOOK MAX X541SA: DESPLAY

Like practically every tablet this reasonable, the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA utilizes a TN screen as opposed to the IPS kind more prevalent nowadays. TN boards have a tendency to have quick reaction times, yet generally look more awful than the IPS sort on account of their moderately limit seeing edges.

This doesn't simply influence taking a gander at the screen from an extraordinary point, as the character of the show changes from only a couple of degrees of tilt. Taking a gander at the laptop dead on, the complexity will really seem distinctive at the base of the screen than the best.

This is just in a flash clear when you're taking a gander at an unadulterated dark/shading screen, yet is the reason, to picture quality perfectionists at any rate, most TN shows never look that great. TN screens tend to charge superior to anything laptop screens, and this specific one isn't awesome.

It's 15.6 creeps over, giving you a lot of room with which to work, yet as determination is moderately low at 1366 x 768, there aren't sufficient pixels to make packing in heaps of windows a smart thought.

Establishing its position as a home tablet as opposed to one to utilize outside, max shine is unremarkable at 210cd/m2 and a gleaming screen complete makes reflections an issue in case you're not cautious about how the laptop is calculated.



Shading execution is constrained as well, in spite of the fact that that is nothing unexpected given the utilization of a bent nematic board. The Asus VivoBook Max X541SA covers 59 percent of the sRGB shading standard, 41 percent of Adobe RGB and 42.2 percent of DCI P3. While not a terrible outcome for this kind of board, it's not extraordinary for altering photographs.

Face to face, however, shading is one of the screen's more grounded suits. It's flawlessly useful for general utilize, regardless of the possibility that the punch of its tones is decreased by the genuinely poor 344:1 difference.

The X541SA has a common minimal effort laptop screen. It's defective in many regards, however is the standard at the cost.

ASUS VIVOBOOK MAX X541SA: DESIGN

From a safe distance you could trust the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA is metal. The cover and keyboard encompass look like brushed aluminum, and the top has a silver-blue slope that resembles the sort of thing you may see on an advert offering some kind of "super cold" drink.

No prizes for speculating this, however the X541SA is in reality all plastic. Like most shabby laptops, the underside is dark as well, as opposed to coordinating the complete of the rest. Likewise, the top flexes under finger weight. You need to acknowledge a couple of fabricate bargains this way on the off chance that you spending plan just extends to £300.

A maybe more essential range is the keyboard . On the off chance that a keyboard encompass flexes excessively, it can influence writing feel, and is a consistent update your laptop isn't that well-manufactured. There is some slight flexing to the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA keyboard, however not under the weight of typical writing.

The development is fine, quite recently not favor.

One essential viewpoint to accept is the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA is a laptop for home or work utilize, not one ideal for taking crosscountry on your ventures. It weighs 2kg and is 27mm thick, which I'd consider excessively stout, making it impossible to bear day-long. Any 15.6-inch laptop outside of something like a Dell XPS 15 (which has a surprisingly little impression) will be a rucksack-hogger as well.

ASUS VIVOBOOK MAX X541SA: PERFORMANCE

One other enormous sub-£300 laptop give up is execution. The X541SA utilizes an Intel Pentium N3710 CPU as opposed to the Core I-arrangement processors I'd prescribe to anybody utilizing Windows 10 consistently.

For somewhat more setting, all Core I arrangement can be viewed as 'premium' chipsets, even the Core i3. Intel's Pentium, Celeron and Atom models are utilized as a part of lower-cost machines.

For a laptop like the VivoBook Max, the Pentium go is the best of the three. It utilizes more vitality than an Atom, however tends to offer more power than either an Atom or Celeron chipset.

The Pentium N3710 is a quad-center CPU with a clock speed of 1.6GHz, and a 2.56GHz burst mode. It offers adequate execution with Windows 10, yet I wouldn't state substantially more than that.

Applications take a short time to stack, and the framework feels less responsive than a laptop with a Core i3. It's a vital qualification as models like the HP 250 G5 offer Core i3 control for £360. That is more cash, obviously, however in the event that you utilize your laptop a few hours per day, I'd contend the execution support merits paying for. Center I processors run Windows 10 as Microsoft expected, where Pentiums feel traded off.

Doing significantly more than perusing, composing docs et cetera makes the X541SA feel particularly moderate. What's more, even the fundamentals of Windows run slower than they would in a marginally more costly machine.

It's a great opportunity to consider how quiet you truly are. Be that as it may, it doesn't influence Windows 10 to feel like a level out task, dissimilar to some Atom-based laptops.

Beside the CPU, the X541SA has 4GB DDR3 RAM and a 1TB hard drive. There's a lot of capacity, however this is a moderate 5400rpm drive, which will add to the marginally moderate Windows 10 feel.

The Pentium N3710 additionally has a much more regrettable GPU than the Core i3 family. It's the Intel HD 405, making everything except the most fundamental of gaming ill advised. As the laptop has a 1366 x 768 pixel screen I couldn't attempt my standard 1080p gaming tests, yet even at 720p the outcomes are unpleasant. With settings limited, Thief keeps running at 5.9fps and Alien Isolation at 8.25fps. Nor is remotely playable, and those diversions back off to 2.5fps (Thief) and 7.5fps (Alien) at local determination with visual impacts expanded.

On the off chance that you need to play some ultra-easygoing titles, the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA should deal with them fine and dandy, yet for more support like recreations you'll have to search for ones no less than 10 years old.

This is additionally a genuinely noisy PC, with fans that appear to turn on consistently notwithstanding when you're accomplishing something non-requesting like viewing a video. They are not high-pitch but rather do have an unmistakable, practically imposing tone that is very detectable in a tranquil room/office. It's a wheezer, the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA.

ASUS VIVOBOOK MAX X541SA: BATTERY LIFE

I wouldn't depend on the Asus VivoBook Max X541SA for use on a work trip, however, as the battery life isn't adequate. Enduring only three hours 57 minutes playing a 720p video on circle at standard 120cd/m brilliance (the kind of level you may utilize inside), stamina is medicinal.

It's last, definitive evidence that Asus hasn't influenced this tablet for individuals who to require a portable PC. Notwithstanding, four hours is really the great 'standard' stamina for work machines this way. Since portable machines have turned into the default purchase for practically any personal with £500 or more to spend, I simply don't see laptops this attached to the charger that regularly any longer.

Such person on foot battery life is baffling when the Pentium N3710 is as yet a genuinely low-control CPU with an avant-garde 14nm design, however.

Asus VivoBook Max X541SA: SPECS


  • 15.6in (1366 x 768) 100dpi TN LCD glossy.
  • 1.6 GHz, up to 2.56 GHz Burst Intel Pentium N3710 , four cores four threads.
  • Windows 10 Home.
  • Intel HD 405 GPU.
  • 4GB RAM DDR3.
  • 1TB HDD 5400rpm.
  • 802.11b/g/n.
  • Bluetooth 4.0.
  • 1 USB-C 3.1 port, 1 USB 2.0 port, 1 USB 3.0 port.
  • Ethernet.
  • HDMI.
  • VGA.
  • stereo speakers.
  • HD WEBCAM.
  • Digital array mic.
  • 3.5mm headset jack.
  • UK tiled keyboard.
  • 36Wh 4-cell lithium-ion battery non-removable.
  • 381 x 252 x 27.6 mm.
  • 2.0 KG.
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