Asus VivoBook A420UA
The VivoBook 14 uses a plastic chassis, but the plastics are of high quality and feel very sturdy. It does not have any flex in the bodywork, keyboard area, or even the lid. It has the iridescent Peacock Blue colour trim, which looks really good. The colour shifts between purple and blue depending on the angle you look at it.
The 14-inch display on the Asus VivoBook 14 has a full-HD resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The panel doesn’t have the best viewing angles, and colours look a little muted due to the narrow 45 percent coverage of the NTSC colour spectrum. It’s a 60Hz panel and you get a matte, anti-glare coating, which is helpful when working under a lot of artificial lighting.
Type smooth with designed Keyboard
The keyboard area is a single piece of plastic and there isn’t any flex in the keyboard even with rigorous typing. The keys have comfortable travel, are well spaced, and have three levels of backlighting. The size of the trackpad is fairly generous and tracking is smooth. You get a fingerprint sensor in the top-right corner of the trackpad.
Convenience at priority
The VivoBook 14 makes for a very good portable work laptop. Its compact size and low weight make it very easy to slip in and out of most backpacks, and the SSD ensures that Windows is quick to resume from sleep whenever you need it. The fingerprint sensor adds an extra layer of convenience.
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