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Notebook ASUS UL30
Review Notebook ASUS UL30
The ASUS UL30 series is a thin and lightweight 13.3″ notebook powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo ULV processor. Aiming to compete against the Acer Timeline series, this model boasts an impressive 12 hours of runtime, for true all-day computing. Offering a brushed aluminum lid and sturdy construction, it is designed to look great, but keep looking good day after day. In this review we put the 12-hour battery life claim up to the test, and find out just how well this notebook performs.
ASUS UL30A-A1 Specifications:
Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 (1.3GHz, 3MB L2 cache, 800MHz FSB)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (w/ SP1)
13.3-inch glossy LED-backlit 16:9 display (1366×768)
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
4GB DDR3 800MHz RAM (2GB x 2)
500GB Seagate 5400.6 HDD
Atheros AR9285G/N WiFi, 10/100 Ethernet
8-Cell 15V 5600mAh 84WHr Battery, 19V 2.1A 40W AC Adapter
Limited 2-year Global Warranty
Dimensions 12.9″ x 9.28″ x 0.6″-0.98″ (W x D x H)
Weight: 3lbs 14.8oz
Price as configured: $799
The ASUS UL30A-A1 at first glance looks very sleek, with a low profile designed to make it look as thin as possible. The color scheme shifts between silver and black, with the exterior being brushed aluminum and the interior being glossy painted plastic. The keyboard is a Chiclet-style model, with matte black keys and silver lettering. I think the design looks excellent, working for both the average consumer and business professional alike. The finish is also designed to look great over time, with the aluminum cladding resisting smudges and scratches.
Build quality is above average, with the overall construction feeling pretty solid. The bottom of the notebook has one soft spot, where a panel has some mild flex, but besides that there is very little flex anywhere on this notebook. The aluminum screen cover does a good job of protecting the screen from impacts, showing little or no color distortion as you press firmly on the back of the screen. Inside, the palmrest and keyboard have excellent support, having no flex at all. Even though the front profile is very thin, ASUS still manages to provide a well-built internal structure for a solid typing platform. Another surprising quality is the very strong screen hinges, which have no wiggle and actually show a good deal of resistance.
Users looking to upgrade some of the components will like that there are still two access panels on the bottom. Because of space or strength concerns, the panels are only sized for RAM and HD access, but it is better than no panels at all.
The touchpad is an ELAN model, built into the palmrest, offering limited multitouch capabilities. The included drivers support two-finger scrolling for horizontal and vertical movement, but nothing else. I actually found it to be almost too responsive, scrolling both vertically and horizontally at the same time as you moved down a page. Disabling the horizontal scroll seemed to improve things in that regard. The touchpad worked quite well, having no discernable lag and equal speeds on both axis’s of movement. The dimpled surface felt smooth and once it had some oils from my hand built up on it, allowed fingers to glide across it very well. The touchpad button is seesaw style, with a fixed center pivot point. Each side took a moderate strength push to trigger, with a small click given off when pressed.
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