A couple months back, a new interesting laptop coming our way from ASUS was officially announced. The ASUS Adol is an outstanding laptop that has all chances to become a best-seller in the narrow-sided full-screen niche. Thus, it is going to compete with the Huawei MateBook X series. But unlike the latter, it’s available for way more affordable price tags.
The ASUS Adol sports a 13.3-inch 1080P full-screen, with the narrowest frame of 4.3mm. At the same time, due to adopting the full-screen technology, its screen ratio reaches 90%. This is quite impressive for a notebook. Not in vain, the manufacturer calls this design the NanoEdge frame design. It not only makes the ASUS Adol more compact and portable but also the narrow-frame screen is capable of providing a more delicate viewing experience.
Our protagonist uses a minimalistic appearance. The body is made of metal, the total weight of which is 1.25kg only, while the thickness reduced to 17.99mm. There’s an ‘ErgoLift’ system that lets the laptop rise up by 2.47 degrees when the lid is open. This helps not only the process of typing but also enhances the heat dissipating. The keyboard is backlit and it has a 1.4mm key travel, a fingerprint scanner, SonicMaster speakers, two USB 2.0/3.0 ports, TYPE-C, HDMI, a 3.5mm audio jack and a Micro SD card reader. There are three color options, including ice diamond gold, star silver, and rose gold.
The ASUS Adol Laptop would not be complete without a hardware worthy of it and therefore is equipped with an : Intel Core i3 – 8145U Dual-Core 3.9GHz processor which is equipped with better performance, delivering plenty of power for multitasking and fueling casual games and movies., also has a dedicated graphics card Intel GMA HD 620, which is combined with a 4GB LPDDR3 RAM and a 512GB SSD memory, resulting in exemplary performance. To finish, it comes with the Windows 10 operating system.
The built-in graphics unit is capable of running mid-heavy softwares including Photoshop, CAD, Revit, and Solidwords applications like a charm. That being said, it’s one of the reliable drawing laptops for professionals.
The ASUS Adol Laptop is equipped with a 3-cell lithium-ion polymer battery, which is characterized by a charge of up to 12 hours with moderate use. The ASUS Adol Laptop is emerging as a complete laptop in every aspect and with this, we mean that the section of wireless connections offers stability and speed of first quality in all its options, these being the following: WiFi: Dual 802.11 a / c, the Bluetooth 4.2 interface is synchronized with compatible devices and transfers photos, music, and other files wirelessly.