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Asus ZenBook 13 OLED (UX325, 11th Gen Intel)

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USD - 1534 | GBP - 1114

The Asus ZenBook 13 UX325 was first released in July, however it was recently updated as Intel announced its 11th-generation Core processors and Iris Xe graphics.

LAUNCH

Announced 30th July 2020
Status Available
Launch 30th July 2020
LAUNCH
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Announced

30th July 2020

Status

Available

Launch

30th July 2020

BODY

Height 11.98 in
Width 7.99 in
Depth 0.55 in
Weight 1.14 kg
SIM No
Colors Lilac Mist, Pine grey
BODY
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Height

11.98 in

Width

7.99 in

Depth

0.55 in

Weight

1.14 kg

SIM

No

Colors

Lilac Mist, Pine grey

DISPLAY

Type OLED,FHD
Size 13.3-inch
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Brightness 400nits
DISPLAY
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Type

OLED,FHD

Size

13.3-inch

Resolution

1920 x 1080

Brightness

400nits

PLATFORM

OS Windows 10 Home
CPU Core™ i7-1165G7
GPU Intel Iris Xe graphics
RAM 16GB
PLATFORM
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OS

Windows 10 Home

CPU

Core™ i7-1165G7

GPU

Intel Iris Xe graphics

RAM

16GB

MEMORY

Card slot No
Internal 1TB
Internal Storage Type SSD
MEMORY
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Card slot

No

Internal

1TB

Internal Storage Type

SSD

MAIN CAMERA

Total Cameras Single
Camera 1 HD camera with IR function to support Windows Hello
MAIN CAMERA
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Total Cameras

Single

Camera 1

HD camera with IR function to support Windows Hello

SOUND

Loudspeaker Yes
Features Audio by ICEpower® Built-in speaker
3.5mm jack Yes
Mic Yes
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Loudspeaker

Yes

Features

Audio by ICEpower® Built-in speaker

3.5mm jack

Yes

Mic

Yes

COMMS

WLAN Wi-Fi 6(802.11ax)
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual band) 2*2
NFC No
Radio No
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WLAN

Wi-Fi 6(802.11ax)

Bluetooth

Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual band) 2*2

NFC

No

Radio

No

FEATURES

Sensors Yes
Keyboard Yes
Track Pad Yes
Ports 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 2x Thunderbolt™ 4 supports display / power delivery 1x HDMI 2.0b
FEATURES
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Sensors

Yes

Keyboard

Yes

Track Pad

Yes

Ports

1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 2x Thunderbolt™ 4 supports display / power delivery 1x HDMI 2.0b

BATTERY

Type 67WHrs, 4S1P, 4-cell Li-ion
Charging TYPE-C, 65W AC Adapter
BATTERY
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Type

67WHrs, 4S1P, 4-cell Li-ion

Charging

TYPE-C, 65W AC Adapter

MODELS

Models UX325
MODELS
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Models

UX325

DESCRIPTION

The ZenBook 13 UX325 is more than just a nice-looking compact, lightweight 13.3-inch laptop. It has a few extra functions that make it more fascinating than your ordinary ultraportable. Instead of a traditional webcam, Asus crammed an IR camera and a webcam into the tiny bezel above the display, allowing you to check in to Windows 10 using facial recognition.

The footage from the 720p webcam is just average, however there is a shortcut on the F10 key to turn off the camera completely. Models with 10th-gen CPUs from earlier this year are still available, and are practically the same as the 11th-gen variants except for the processors and a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 4 update. Purchasing the newer 11th-generation model will provide you with some future-proofing, but it will come at a little greater cost.

The touchpad also has Asus' NumberPad 2.0 function. A full number pad is activated by pressing an icon in the top right corner of the pad. The software is sophisticated enough to recognize whether it's being used as a number pad or a touchpad, so you don't have to keep turning it on and off.

Another symbol in the top left corner of the pad allows you to change the brightness, and tapping it and swiping into the touchpad launches the calculator app on your screen. Another feature that makes it easier to use is that Asus engineered the hinge to raise the back of the laptop, allowing the keyboard to be at a more ergonomic typing position. It also aids in keeping it cool.

One of the few potential drawbacks of the ZenBook 13 is that it lacks a 3.5mm audio jack to accommodate the other connectors. In general, I enjoy the Asus ZenBook 13. Its tiny, lightweight form, as well as its battery life, make it an ideal everyday carry. The NumberPad 2.0 and IR webcam add a touch of gizmo to the package.

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