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Review on 14" Notebook ASUS Vivobook Pro 14 OLED K3400PA-KP112W 2560x1600, Intel Core i5 11300H 3.1 GHz, RAM 8 GB, DDR4, SSD 512 GB, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, Windows 11 Home, 90NB0UY3-M02070, cool silver by Ada Banas ᠌

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best price for such a product, I will buy more!

The first thing to note is the screen resolution 2560x1600 (16:10). It is not as horizontally stretched as conventional FHD (16:9). The screen is matte. IPS matrix, but bright enough and with a large color gamut. Asus' lineup is now dominated by models with chic OLED screens, but I was scared by the prospect of pixel burn-in, because. I took the laptop primarily to work with applications containing many static elements, so I took it with IPS. The keyboard is backlit, very quiet, the key travel is short and clear. For me it was very convenient. The only inconvenience is caused by small arrows - I'm not used to it yet and often miss. The power button is located along with the rest of the keys, above the backspace, but recessed into the body, which reduces the risk of accidental pressing. The touchpad is large, in the upper left corner there is a fingerprint scanner, in the right is the button to turn on the numeric keypad, which is displayed on the touchpad (at the same time, it does not lose its main functionality). On board is an 11th generation Intel Core i5, 16GB of RAM, integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics, and a 512GB Intel SSD. There are almost no upgrade opportunities: the memory is soldered on the board, there are no extra slots for SSD (just change the native one). But there are 3 USB-A, one USB-C and a micro-SD card reader. If you do not take into account games and 3d graphics, then the device is quite fast, without problems picking the network, watching videos, most office tasks, editing photos and working in various IDEs. There are 2 fans, the exhaust goes to the screen, but the laptop does not heat up much and they work infrequently and very quietly. The laptop comes preinstalled with Windows 11 Home, and a small amount of software (trial Kaspersky, MS Office-365, MyOffice, MyAsus utility). Windows 11 is not to everyone's liking (including me), and it would probably be better if it came with 10k with the ability to upgrade to 11th. In general, an excellent, relatively inexpensive and convenient working laptop that you can always take with you on the road.

  • Compact. Easy. Quiet. Doesn't heat up. Great screen. Comfortable keyboard. Relatively powerful iron for its tasks.
  • Windows 11. No upgrade option.