Asus Zenbook UX32VD (Summer 2012): Full Review – Part 1

Friday, July 27th, 2012 3:55:07 by

Asus Zenbook UX32VD is a one stop shop if you are looking for a laptop with thin structure and high specification. The Summer 2012 model is an answer to all the questions, why an ultrabook cannot have discrete graphics card. The new 32VD is the answer to your questions.

The new Zenbook is the third iteration to in the line of ultrabooks from the Taiwanese company. There have been two before but they were both entry-level models with basic specifications. However, there was one thing in common between the two, both were cheaper to buy.

The new Zenbook though has all the latest and greatest from the likes of Intel and NVIDIA but all that gismo comes at a premium price. At $1,299, the new 32VD is not only the expensive than most of the Windows-based ultrabooks but is a $100 expensive than the MacBook Air, Summer 2012 version.


The new Zenbook looks and feels like the same Zenbook we saw a couple of time before. The structure is all metallic aluminium and gives a solid feel to touch. The lid resembles the Asus Transformer Prime TF200 but the cradle is more like MacBook Air.

This is the thing about Asus Zenbook, it is almost the carbon copy of the MacBook Air. The 2011 version stunned the world with the resemblance. I am sure, somewhere in the world Apple has locked horns with Asus in the court on the copied design.

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