The Asus VivoBook S is a reasonably priced laptop that will surely attract students and office users alike. It is powerful and has a medium-sized screen, making it the perfect candidate for those looking for a laptop to carry in a backpack, but can not cope with the limited ports of most ultrabooks. The Asus VivoBook S has a narrow frame similar to the one you see on the Dell XPS 13 (Dell calls it Infinity Edge, Asus calls it Nano Edge), a design that incorporates a 14-inch screen in a form factor almost 12 inches. . Even with that, we recognize some shortcomings, including the lack of Thunderbolt 3, but bargain hunters will find in the VivoBook an attractive choice, champagne champagne candidate.
The champagne gold finish of the VivoBook S is easily noticeable and pleasing to the eyes. It has a 14-inch screen and a footprint reduced to that of ultraportables. Measuring 0.7 x 12.8 x 8.9 inches (HWD), the S410UN-NS74 is of the same order of magnitude as the Lenovo 320S '1.06 x 13 x 13 inches and quite more adjustable than most laptops 14 inches. The laptop replacement laptop for our choice of writers, the Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-575-33BM), for example, measures 1.2 x 15 x 10.2 inches, which is pretty standard for the category.
The VivoBook S weighs just 3.2 kg, significantly lower weight than the HP Pavilion's Lenovo 320S and 3.5 kg. It has a brushed aluminum cover with the chrome Asus logo in the center, while the keyboard, sides and bottom of the plastic keyboard have the same golden shade.
If you need a laptop on which you can travel every day, this one is about to be almost ideal for portability. You will certainly feel it in your backpack that you would with a MacBook Pro, but it is a little lighter than laptops, with a little flexibility if you enter the corners of the screen or if you press the middle of the keyboard. It's not fragile, though. It can easily be carried with one hand, but it will take two hands to open it.
For a notebook for business users, the VivoBook S410 offers excellent connectivity. On the left edge, there are two USB 2.0 ports, next to an SD card slot. On the right edge. You will find a USB 3.0 port, a USB Type C (USB 3.1 Gen 1) port, a single HDMI video output and an audio jack. We do not know why they did not swap their USB 2.0 ports against USB 3.0, but it's still ok.
Step 1: Download driver from asus.com
Step 2: Select Asus driver which you want
Step 3: Save the downloadable package in an accessible location (such as your desktop).
Step 4: Unzip the file and enter the directory you just created.
Step 5: Find and double-click on the available installation file.
Step 6: Allow Windows to run the file (if necessary).
Step 7: Read the End User License Agreement (EULA) and agree to continue the installation process.
Step 8: Follow the instructions on the screen.
- Core8th Gen Intel Core i7-8550U quad-core processor (up to 4.0 GHz Turbo) and dedicated 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics card
- RAM8 GB DDR4 RAM and 256 GB SSD
- FullView Full HD screen l 14 "with a maximum resolution of 178ø WideView and an ASUS NanoEdge cover for a superb screen / screen ratio of 77%
- Slim 12.8 "wide, 0.7" slim and portable footprint with metal cover and backlit keyboard with fingerprint sensor
- Connections Complete Connections Including USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen1), USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI and Headphone / Mic Combo Port