We’re already in the age where laptops can last ranging from 8-10 hours in a single use. When I had my MacBook Pro and my ASUS Transformer T100, I enjoyed using these laptops without having to look for a power outlet in a coffee shop. But what if we tell you that there’s a new Notebook PC that can last 24 straight hours? Yes, folks! There is such a thing, and that is the ASUS VivoBook X403.
The ASUS VivoBook X403 is a compact notebook PC that has a 14″ screen with four-sided Nano-Edge bezels, giving the machine an 87% screen-to-body ratio. It is made of an aluminum body that meets military standards and has passed various drop, vibration, altitude and temperature tests. It looks tough, but its sleek metal design still makes it look stylish. It’s 16.5mm thin and only weighs 1.3kg.
The VivoBook X403 is powered by an Intel Core i3 with Intel HD integrated graphics, 512GB SSD and 4GB of memory. Specs sound underwhelming but the good trade-off for this is having a 72Wh battery built-in. This means it gives the X403 a very long battery life, longer than the usual 8-10 hours of straight use. ASUS claims it can last up to 24 hours. This would work for people who are on the go like road warriors who travel a lot doing sales presentations and emails.
The ASUS VivoBook X403 is now available for P39,995. We will be evaluating this notebook so stay tuned for our next blog post soon!