Malaysia Tech Review Portal Releases New Review
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia based Hitech Century recently published a review of the ASUS Vivobook Pro 16X OLED M7600Q. The review discusses the features and drawbacks of the device and offers expert analysis of every relevant aspect of the computer. Hitech Century is a well-known and trusted tech reviewer that provides expert insight on various products. Their ASUS review is the latest in a series of such reviews and is meant to make choosing whether or not to buy this particular piece of tech much easier.
ASUS has developed a number of high quality laptops for content creators that feature high quality OLED displays, with the Vivobook Pro 16X being the ‘sweet spot’ (as the review says) for price and performance. The device is similar to another laptop Hitech reviewed a few weeks ago, the Pro 15, only larger to accommodate a larger screen and larger touchpad.
“Much like its smaller sibling, the Asus Vivobook Pro 16X OLED M7600Q eschews their Ergolift Hinge design for a more conventional hinge and relies on a set of rubber feet on the underside to prop it up for a modicum of air circulation,” says the review. “The underside is made entirely of polycarbonate but is built in a sturdier fashion than the Vivobook Pro 15 OLED and noticeably has no give in the lid. Bar the grilles for ventilation, the underside also features another pair of grilles for the downward firing speakers that are placed below roughly where the palm rests are. Gaining access to the hardware is a bit of a chore though as the underside of the laptop is held in place by torx screws, though the point is somewhat moot in any case as there are few upgradable components in the laptop itself.”
The review talks about the laptop’s hardware in great detail, going so far as to examine the materials used in its construction, the number and types of ports and more. Hitech’s verdict on the laptop’s hardware is that it is practical and sturdy, designed to be used in a variety of environments. The rest of the review talks about the laptop’s specifications along with other aspects of its hardware.
Hitech’s final verdict is that, “The Asus Vivobook Pro 16X OLED M7600Q is an interesting median point between the pricey but powerful ProArt StudioBook 16 OLED and the modest Vivobook Pro 15 OLED with a luscious 4K OLED display, a solid CPU and a decent GPU but the soldered in RAM and quaint clustered ports on its right side may give more serious content creators pause. If you’re looking for a 4K OLED content creator laptop with credible battery life and a fairly decent set of hardware for casual gaming and modest content creation, the Vivobook Pro 16X OLED M7600Q makes for a worthy choice.”
A particularly unique part of the laptop's design is its ASUS DialPad. The ASUS DialPad offers a compromise between the functionality of the ASUS dial and a touchpad. The review says that it is effective and responsive despite lacking some of the tactility of a physical dial. The DialPad is one of the features that, according to Hitech’s review, stand out about the ASUS laptop and it is, in the eyes of Hitech’s reviewers, a useful (if sometimes not very user-friendly) tool.
Hitech was first established in 2016 by a team of people with a strong passion for tech. Fully owned by Crescendo Media, Hitech Century dives into all the latest news, reviews and trends in tech along with exciting lifestyle news, focusing mainly on Southeast Asia. Hitech aims to keep its readers up to date with all things tech, and with the world of technology moving as fast as it does and consumer electronics constantly changing and evolving, it is necessary to have a reliable source of information on hand.
Read Hitech Century’s review of the ASUS Vivobook Pro 16X OLED M7600Q at the following link: https://www.hitechcentury.com/asus-vivobook-pro-16x-oled-m7600q-review/. The site has dozens of other reviews of various devices.
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