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Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74 Review And Specification

Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74  Review And Specification

 The ZenBooks from Asus are just different. They have an ace in their digital armor from Asus, and they're adorable, exceedingly thin, and light. The top-of-the-line feature in this case for the Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74 is Intel's brand-new Tiger Lake processor. If you stay up to date with technology, you are aware of the advantages of these new CPUs for mobile computing.

To start, Intel Tiger Lake CPUs (and later releases) offer more potent performance, longer battery life, and with the addition of Thunderbolt 4 and W-Fi 6, you're getting greater versatility in a single device under Intel's new Evo strategy. Additionally, you benefit from the ZenBook's elegant yet

Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74  Specification

  • Processor :     Intel Core i7-1165G7 4 cores, 12MB cache up to 4.7 GHz max clock speed
  • Memory :    16GB DDR4 RAM
  • Storage :    512GB NVMe PCIe SSD
  • Display :    13.3″ FHD IPS 400nit OLED
  • Graphics :    Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics 1.3 GHz max dynamic frequency
  • Interface    2 x Thunderbolt 4 USB-C 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 1 x HDMI     
  • Connectivity    Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Bluetooth 5.0
  • OS :        Windows 10 Pro
  • Battery :    4-cell Li-polymer 67 Whr battery up to 13 hours of battery life
  • Weight :    2.45 lbs (1.1 kg)
  • Dimensions :    11.98″ x 7.99″ x 0.55″

ZenBook 13 from Asus

The ZenBook UX325EA-XS74, like all other ZenBooks, is pretty attractive. Except for the glossy Chrome Asus logo encrusted on the lid and the Pine Gray aluminum alloy chassis, the laptop is otherwise plain. Its convertible sister, the Asus ZenBook Flip S, has a lid that attracts fingerprints more than its flat counterpart, but it still picks up its fair share of smudges.

The laptop's inside is decorated in Pine Gray, but without the concentric circles. The matte surface feels cool to the touch. The full-size keyboard is recessed beneath the palm rest, which is slightly elevated and contains a large touchpad. When the laptop is opened, the 3-degree keyboard lift provided by Asus' ErgoLift hinge is visible.

The Asus ZenBook 13 is a serious lightweight computer at 2.45 pounds and 0.5 inches thin. The MacBook Air (2.8 pounds, 0.6 inches), HP Envy (2.8 pounds, 0.6 inches), and Acer Swift 3 (2.7 pounds, 0.6 inches) are potential lightweights in this comparison.


Ports and slots are particularly helpful on the ZenBook 13. To begin with, there is a microSD card slot and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A connector on the right. The left side of the UX325EA-XS74 laptop has two Thunderbolt 4 connections and a complete HDMI 2.0 port, making it one of the first laptops to embrace the new charging standard.

Even while it has a variety of fascinating connection options, it does not have a headset jack, starting the contentious trend of a headphone port vanishing. Wireless communication is provided by Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 6.


Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74  Design

When watching movies and using productivity apps, the ZenBook 13's OLED display packs a punch and has sharp details. This panel's DCI-P3 color gamut measurement is 76.2%, which is significantly lower than the 83.4% premium laptop average but higher than the 44.3% coverage of the Acer Swift 3. It falls short of the 81.9% of the HP Envy and the 81% of the MacBook Air, though.

As previously established, the Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74 has a full HD display and an OLED panel that offers 400 nits of brightness, making it brighter than the nearly identical UX325EA-AH77 (371 nits), but both are significantly brighter than the Asus Swift's 253 nits. Once more, both panels perform better than the 382-nit average, but they both fall short of the HP Envy's 401-nit maximum.

2.0 Keyboard and NumberPad

Asus ZenBook 13 UX325EA-XS74  Keyboard

Without a question, Asus provides the greatest keyboards for ZenBook computers. The space on the broad, slightly concave keys is generous, and the keyboard is springy and comfy. Additionally, the keys have plenty of space between them to protect you from getting bored while writing a lengthy report for work or a college assignment. We like how strong the LED backlighting is since it makes it simple to read the letters in a dimly lit space. You can change the illumination to be brighter or dimmer to make it even better.

The touchpad of the Asus UX325EA-XS74 is very large. The glass touchpad of the ZenBook 13 has dimensions of 5.1 x 2.6 inches. The typical multitouch Windows 10 motions, such as pinch-zoom, two-finger scrolling, and three-finger tapping, can therefore be used without any issues.

With the click of an icon, the touchpad may be converted into a calculator for individuals who need to work with large figures. All of this is possible because of Asus' NumberPad 2.0 technology, which transforms the touchpad into a calculator complete with mathematical symbols by tapping the icon in the top-right corner.

Performance of the Asus UX325EA-XS74

With an Intel Tiger Lake CPU, the ZenBook 13 is the first manufacturing laptop we're reviewing. A quad-core processor with eight threads and a base frequency of 2.8GHz is the Core i7-1165G7. It also features the newest Iris Xe Graphics processor from Intel. This new integrated graphics engine is a blessing for those who require an ultraportable laptop but occasionally want to play games because it provides performance that is virtually on par with a budget discrete GPU gaming laptop.

Asus offers 16GB of RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD storage with the more recent CPU. Given its cutting-edge engine, the ZenBook 13 easily provides superb graphics and computing performance with these features. Office-specific operations including word processing, sizable spreadsheets, online browsing, and videoconferencing are ideal for it.

With an average frame rate (fps) of 44 on contemporary games at high settings, the Iris Xe Graphics processor provides ample HP graphics power for light gaming. It's even superior to the AMD Radeon Graphics in the Envy x360, which suggests that anyone prepared to forgo detail and resolution may use the ZenBook 13 as a substitute entry-level gaming laptop with ease.

A battery's life

Along with Intel Evo, which is the second phase of the company's Project Athena effort, the 11th Gen processor from Intel also includes this feature. Evo introduces a number of specifications that laptops must meet in order to be certified by Intel. Battery life for all 1080p systems of at least 9 hours is at the top of the list.

With a battery life of 13 hours and 48 minutes, the ZenBook 13 UX325EA readily surpasses such demands. More than three hours longer than the 10:02 average for premium laptops. In comparison, the Swift 3 lasts 11:09 hours on a single charge while the MacBook Air lasts 9:32 minutes.

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