|Series||Asus VivoBook F512|
|Factor de forma||Ordenador portátil|
|Alto del producto||0.7 inches|
|Ancho del producto||9.1 inches|
|Tamaño del área de visualización de la pantalla con pie||15.6 Pulgadas|
|Resolución de la pantalla||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Resolución||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Marca del procesador||AMD|
|Tipo de procesador||AMD R Series|
|Velocidad del procesador||3.6 GHz|
|Número de procesadores||4|
|Tamaño de RAM||8 GB|
|Tecnología de la memoria||DDR4|
|Tipo de memoria del equipo||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Memoria máxima compatible||12 GB|
|Velocidad del reloj de la memoria||2400 MHz|
|Tamaño de la unidad de disco duro||1000 GB|
|Interfaz de la unidad de disco duro||Solid State|
|Velocidad de rotación del disco duro||5400 RPM|
|Coprocesador de gráficos||AMD Radeon Vega 8|
|Marca de la tarjeta gráfica||AMD|
|Descripción de la tarjeta gráfica||Integrated|
|Tipo de RAM para gráficos||Shared|
|Interfaz de la tarjeta gráfica||Integrado|
|Tipo de conectividad||Wi-Fi|
|Tipo de conexión inalámbrica||802.11b/n/ac|
|Número de puertos USB 2.0||2|
|Número de puertos HDMI||1|
|Tipo de unidad óptica||No Optical Drive|
|Plataforma de hardware||PC|
|Sistema operativo||Windows 10 Home|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||37 Vatios-hora|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Baterías integradas en el equipo|
|Number Of Lithium Ion Cells||2|
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|Series||Asus VivoBook F512|
|Tamaño de la pantalla||15.6 Pulgadas|
|Sistema operativo||Windows 10 Home|
|Número de procesadores||4|
Acerca de este artículo
- visualización de bisel NanoEdge de 15,6 pulgadas FHD de 4 vías con una impresionante relación de visualización a cuerpo 88%.
- Potente procesador AMD Quad Core R5-3500u (caché de 2 m, hasta 3,6 GHz)
- Amd Radeon Vega 8 discreto gráficos con Windows 10 Home
- 8GB DDR4 RAM y 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD
- Teclado retroiluminado ergonómico con sensor de huellas dactilares activado a través de Windows Hello
- Diseño exclusivo de ErgoLift para una mejor posición de escritura.
- Conexiones completas incluyendo USB 3.1 tipo C, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 y HDMI; Wi-Fi 5/802.11AC WiFi
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Descripción del producto
Ya sea en el trabajo o en el juego, ASUS VivoBook 15 es el portátil compacto que te sumerge en cualquier cosa que te indiques hacer. Su nueva visualización NanoEdge sin marco de cuatro lados cuenta con un bisel ultra delgado de 5,7 mm, lo que proporciona una increíble relación de visualización a cuerpo del 88% para imágenes extraordinariamente inmersivas. El diseño de bisagra ErgoLift también inclina el teclado para una escritura más cómoda. Vivobook 15 es alimentado por procesador AMD R5 con gráficos discretos AMD Radeon para ayudarle a hacer las cosas con la menor cantidad de complicaciones. Lo que es más, está disponible en cuatro acabados únicos para adaptarse a su estilo en diferentes colores: gris pizarrón, plata transparente, coral aplastado y azul pavo real.
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Las mejores reseñas de México
Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento.
Mejoras en comparación:
*Tiene mejor precio.
*Tiene teclado iluminado (Con botón de configuración de luces)
*Teclado Numérico agregado.
*Tarjeta gráfica un poco mejor.
*Misma pantalla FullHD+ (2k) con vista mejorada.
*El AMD Ryzen 5 que es igual al Intel Core i5 Gen 8 en comparativas
*Banda dual WIFi, 2.4gh y 5Gh.
Funciona perfectamente, totalmente recomendada.
*No cuenta con entrada Ethernet ni DVD
*El disco SSD viene como principal por defecto en todo, tienes que configurarlo para que muchas cosas mejor se vayan a Disco Duro secundario.
*Lo anterior se puede arreglar muy fácil
*Hay adaptadores para dispositivos I/O
*El ssd ayuda por MUCHO en la PC
*El lector de huellas es muy rápido.
*Core i5 8th gen y AMD Ryzen 5 son excelente procesadores, y mas con una memoria SSD.
Mejores reseñas de otros países
There are definitely much better laptops for this price, and I won't be buying from ASUS again.
- Backlit keyboard - great for low-light conditions.
- 15.6" screen - bright and clear without pushing the specs. Wide field of view as well.
- Ryzen 5 processor - overkill for anything other than games, and better performance than equivalent Intel
- Light!! This baby is as light as my last 14" laptop, with MUCH better specs
- Everything worked from the first power-on - no problems with ANYTHING! (Including the touchpad)
- Available in a variety of colors - glad I had a choice!
- NO FINGERPRINTS! The screen and case do not show any telltale signs of recent use
- M.2 primary drive - fast, heat-efficient, and relatively inexpensive (see below)
- USB C connector - works lightning fast
- Fingerprint sensor!! NO MORE TYPING LONG PASSWORDS to get into Windows!! It works fairly well, although on a few occasions, it's taken a few seconds to recognize my finger.
- For my use, the original 128Gb M.2 SSD was not sufficient. Replaced it with a $30 256Gb M.2 SSD.
- Not a gaming machine - at this price, you should be ashamed to ask a machine to do such things! Seriously, this machine will do live streaming and photo and video editing without breaking a sweat, but it's not designed for anything more serious than solitaire as far as games go.
- Swapping in a different M.2 drive was simple. I purchased an external M.2 SATA enclosure, used Macrium Reflect (free app) to clone the original in a few minutes. The cover comes off easily by removing a few screws, popping the clips (use plastic tools!) and the M.2 location is right there. It took me less than an hour for the entire process, and I was doing other things at the time.
- If you really don't like the touchpad, an external wireless mouse is an inexpensive, quick, and easy solution.
- It took a little adjustment for me to get used to the delete key location - my previous laptop had the delete key in the same location as the power key on this one. I've turned off my computer unexpectedly several times. However, it comes back on instantly, so I don't lose anything other than a few seconds of my time.
- I've owned laptops since 1989, and this one outshines anything else I've owned by a fair piece, for a MUCH better price!
I love it, and I'd buy it again without any hesitation. I WILL recommend this to my friends.
- The keyboard is backlit. The brightness is adjustable and can be toggled off. Overall very impressed by the keyboard's backlight.
- The screen is not touchscreen. It was never advertised to be as such, not in the title and not in the description, but many people seem to think that it is.
- I have had no issues with the function of the screen. I will admit, it's definitely not the brightest screen I've ever seen in a laptop, but it's fully functional and the brightness when plugged in is sufficient for any environment that would allow it to be plugged in, but good luck using this outside on a sunny day. A lot of people have reported issues with the screen going out on them, but, according to the header on their review, 99% of them were associated with the i5 model, not the R5 model.
- This is not a gaming laptop, although the Ryzen 5 3500-U is a very powerful CPU, and the integrated graphics card automatically allocates 2 GB of RAM to itself. This doesn't really make a huge difference in gaming, but this machine can easily pump out low-end gaming on medium settings, such as Minecraft, Rocket League, The Binding of Isaac, Terraria, or older emulators, such as NES, SNES, GB/A, or Sega Genesis.
- The operating system is fully installed and located on the 128 GB SSD. The 1 TB HDD is renamed DATA, but the default drive is still the SSD so you'll have to go into your system settings on your own and set it to where your downloads are automatically stored on the HDD.
- Overall, you get what you pay for, and even more in some areas. The CPU is snappy, the keyboard is backlit, I/O is abundant including but not being limited to a USB Type C Port, a Micro SD slot, and a USB-A 3.1 port. Boot time has never exceeded 15 seconds, and the fingerprint scanner is almost instantaneous and hardly fails. The keyboard includes its own number pad and function hotkeys for Volume Up, Volume Down, Screen Adjustment, and more. The screen is a bit disappointing and the fan can definitely purr when under heavy load, but all other features go above and beyond my expectations of a sub-$600 machine. 100% satisfied with this machine and will recommend to friends and colleagues until a similarly priced machine beats it out for me.
If you're like me, you're looking at these reviews to try and see if this computer is any good, and if you're LIKE ME, you don't really know the main things. So, here.
The graphics card and processor are Radeon Vega graphics and Ryzen processor. Typically, I would stay as far from Ryzen as I can. However, this computer WAS NOT bought for gaming, and was instead bought to edit family trees, make gifs and memes, and talk to my best friend who lives in another state. It works great for that. Don't let computer snobs tell you different.
The screen, while dimmer than you'd suspect, is still very nice, and once your eyes adjust to it, actually feels very nice on your eyes, as if the dimness is better for your eyes. Note that it may get more dim if you have nightlight on, but nightlight can be adjusted. Mine is on one of the lower settings, due to me not needing it as much with my glasses.
The battery is great. It lasts about three to four hours, depending on what's actually being run. If I have GIMP, two separate Chrome windows, and ICQ open all at the same time, it will run the battery out a little faster, obviously.
MY keyboard, personally, has a small issue that my down key sticks when used sometimes, but it's easily fixable by removing the key and cleaning under it. There is a small delay on the backspace, but nothing noticeable and nothing that's too bad, honestly.
HOWEVER. My biggest complaint is that, once again, the damn speaker is on the BOTTOM OF THE COMPUTER. WHY DO YOU DO THIS?! It's annoying, because your sound is ALWAYS muffled unless your computer is lifted up. There's one on each side, and they're AT LEAST near the front, but it's so damn annoying.
If you're not looking for a computer to game on, I honestly recommend this one. Personally. I don't think it could handle something like Sims 4, but a simpler game could probably be run on it, like Don't Starve Together or simple clicker games like Cam Studio. The screen, though dim, isn't really an issue and is good quality. Once more, my biggest complaint is the placement of the speaker. It's the only reason I didn't give it a full five stars. But I still highly recommend this specific computer.
Right out of the box, you’ll notice that the charging cable is short. This might be a major issue for me, so I’ll probably need to buy a 3rd party one. The power adapter port is on the right side of the laptop, which is the absolute worst place to put it, because that’s the keyboard side.
The screen: It’s terrible. Asus support says its IPS, but it’s not, this is a TN panel. Had to dock a point for false advertising. Might return it because of this. It is not a touch screen. It’s just matte, not protected by glass. 1080p.
The track pad is actually pretty decent for the price range. It looks like a glass track pad, and it uses windows precision. Tracking is pretty good, and the two finger scrolling even isn’t that bad. Kudos for including a decent track pad.
The keyboard is mushy, but not the worst. It’s an average keyboard. I don’t know why everyone in the reviews is complaining about the power button being a key. Tons of laptops do this nowadays, it’s pretty normal. Mine has backlit keys, but it’s very uneven and distracting, so I’ll always turn it off.
Build quality... well, it’s plastic. Seems sturdy enough. It’s not heavy, it’s kind of thin. Not ultra book thin or light, but... decent (see the theme here?)
Ports: one one USB-C port which is a big disappointment. And it’s not thunderbolt. Huge wiff. In 2020, that should be standard. It doesn’t have an SD card slot, but it has what looks like maybe a micro SD slot? I’ve never seen that before. Two USB 3.0, HDMI, headphone. Could be worse. Could be a lot better.
Performance: 8GB of RAM and that 1tb HDD are it’s biggest downfalls. That’s just not acceptable for 2020. HDDs should never be used in laptops anymore. Luckily both of these things can be upgraded.
I was actually pretty impressed by the Vega 8 graphics! It’s not going to play AAA games, but some light-mid Photoshop, photo editing apps, and some less graphically intensive games? Sure, no problem. If you need a cheap laptop for some above average graphics needs, this might be the best on the market right now in terms of price and portability.
Fans aren’t too loud, which was really important to me, even when under load.
Speakers... are terrible. They are bottom firing, the worst configuration, and are the worst speakers I’ve ever heard on a laptop. Truly terrible.
I think that’s everything! Hope this things holds up for a year or two...