The ZenBook Flip has always maintained an incredibly thin, 12.71 x 8.66 x 0.54-inch fingerprint (32.2 x 21.99 x 1.37 cm). It is thicker than the UX305 due to the built-in touchscreen. It weighs 2.86 pounds and is not the lightest ultra-portable laptop on the market, but it’s still light enough to charge all day. However, when you use it as a tablet on your lap, it is a very heavy monster.
When it comes to tablet mode, we do not sell it because we need a convertible laptop. Although ZenBook Flip can disable the keyboard and trackpad well when you rotate the screen, Windows 10 can not be used on tablets. The lack of apps and the complex tablet make Flip a frustrating sport. In addition to the slight increase in weight and thickness, it is difficult to recommend the UX360 instead of the traditional UX305 laptop.
The initial price of the UX360 is $699 (£599, $1,199) and is cheap. We have the highest line model, priced at only $50, and have a 512 GB SSD drive instead of a 256 GB base model. Both models have the same processor and RAM.
With the Intel Core M3 processor, do not expect the ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360 to become a fast demon. The built-in processor and graphics are ideal for web browsing, full HD playback, and photo editing. However, the combination of these processes, when multitasking is heavy, can easily fall into trouble.
As demonstrated by the measurement test, the ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360 works well under light load. However, integrated graphics driving is a frustrating sport. Do not even try to play UX360, because your game will be a slideshow that cannot be played.
ZenBook barely surpassed the Apple MacBook, GeekBench’s multi-point score reached 4912 points, and the last time it scored 4,423 points. The HP Spectre x2 delivers faster performance with the Intel Core M5 processor for a better overall count and 5,701 GeekBench results.
The battery life of the ASUS for the ZenBook Flip UX360 is 12 hours. In the real world, we did not get close to 12 hours. The UX360 lasted nearly seven hours during the TechRadar film’s standard test, which ranges from a 50-megapixel movie to a brightness of up to 50 percent.
On a normal working day, I opened 20 tags using Word, Slack, and Chrome, trying to exhaust nearly 7 hours of battery life through heavy multitasking. The screen settings are darker, and the workload is lighter, so you can work all day long from the point of sale.
The ZenBook Flip UX360 has a 1920 x 1080 pixel touchscreen that looks great in most cases. The popular color provides a good balance between saturation and text, even if the screen is not high definition or 3K as a competing computer.
The screen brightness is very short. The UX360 has a bright and highly reflective screen. It is almost impossible to work due to the inevitable glare. In this regard, the screen is a step in the UX305.
Negative thing: The convertible design adds some size and weight, but the most disturbing part is the bright screen of the laptop. Although the screen is bright, it is still difficult to see the outside. Performance is not the best, but for the powerful Core 3 m processor, this is expected. I hope there are some options to add the Core m5 or m7 processor to the Warrior Way. Forget the game on UX360.
Asus has done a great job of converting the excellent ZenBook UX305 into a convertible notebook. All we like the UX305 design, battery life, keyboard, trackpad and transfer to UX360 value.
Unfortunately, the convertible form of the UX360 is not worth our view. The convertible form factor has very limited use when adding thickness, batch and configuration programs.
However, the UX360 is still a great choice for anyone looking for an affordable hybrid machine. From here you can see the manufacture of aluminum alloys, high finish, and performance. For this price, the Asus ZenBook Flip UX360 is a fantastic package.