Asus VivoBook S530 UA 15″ Review / Upgrade / Benchmarks
List of hardware and software used:
Asus VivoBook 15” S530, Zoom U44, Akai Midi Controller LPD8, AKG K181DJ, Tascam DR 05, Native Instruments Traktor Pro 2, Unigine Heaven 2009, Geekbench 5, Cinebench R20, Crystal Disc Mark, Latency Monitor,
Vivo Book S530 UA Configuration after upgrade
Intel Core I5 8250U, Intel UHD 620, 16 Gb (2 X 8Gb Double Channel) DDR4 2400MHz, 1Tb SSD M.2 (Crucial MX500) + 1Tb SSD (SATA Samsung QVO 860), 15.6” Full HD IPS Display, 60% sRGB, Keyboard with backlight (3 stages) + numeric keypad, glass trackpad, finger print scanner with Windows Hello support, HD camera (720 P), 42 WH 3 cell integrated battery,
WiFi 802.11ac + Blutooth 4.2, dual band 2.4 and 5 Ghz, 2X2, 3.5 mm combo audio out, stereo speakers, array of integrated stereo microphones,
1 X HDMI 1.4, 2 X USB 2.0, 1 X USB 3.0 type C, power barrel in, Micro SD card reader, weight 1.8 Kg approx, Wndows 10 Home.
Music In this Video:
Sleeplessness Performed by The Brothers Records YouTube Music
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that color makes it look so premium, i love it! Thanks for the nice review 🙂
was it just me or the laptop really disappeared from his hands in the start????
Keyboard os g.o.a.t
Keyboard looks weird