Asus ZenBook Flip UX360CA Review & Rating
Asus has been pumping out new portable workstation models at a productive pace and is gradually yet relentlessly moving into the top level of makers. It has a standout amongst the most different portfolios in India, going from spending plan agreeable essential models to super-thin ultrabooks and even large gaming machines. The organization’s Zen marking is known for its most attractive, smooth and practical offerings.
A year ago, we investigated the UX305, which was without a doubt intended to go up against the MacBook Air, and as we would see it, succeeded. Later, we assessed the UX303, which was about the same however had significantly more power at the cost of somewhat additional body weight. Presently, we have with us a third kind, the ZenBook Flip UX360, which is unique. As its name makes rather self-evident, this is a 2-in-1 with a touchscreen and a cover that can flip around.
Asus ZenBook Flip UX360CA look and feel
The UX360CA isn’t anyplace close as smooth as its kin. It’s obviously two separate parts leaning against each other; not the consistent clamshell that alternative models are. It’s additionally bulkier and more adjusted along the edges and corners. The top and base are level since they need to lean on each other when the two parts are flipped around.
The gadget can be utilized as a portable workstation or as a tablet with the cover flipped around. However, Asus doesn’t particularly advance other “in the middle of” use models such what Lenovo calls “tent” and “stand” modes. There’s a huge Asus logo underneath the screen which looks amusing topsy-turvy, so plainly Asus didn’t have this sort of utilization as a top priority despite the fact that it could work for a few people.
A year prior, we examined the UX305, which was point of fact expected to go up against the MacBook Air, and as we would see it, succeeded