Wednesday, 9 August 2017

ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA DRIVERS DOWNLOAD


ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FAASUS UX305FA 13.3 inch Notebook (Intel Core M-5Y10, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, WLAN, BT, Camera, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10) - Metallic Black.
Note:Always connect you laptop charger while doing Graphic Intensive functions. 

With up to 8 GB RAM and the Intel Core M processor, ASUS UX305FA breezes through all your everyday tasks. And thanks to the high-speed all-flash storage up to a 512 GB SSD that’s six times faster than a conventional hard disk ZenBook UX305FA will never keep you waiting.

ZenBook UX305FA powerful battery and intelligent power management keep it working for up to 10 hours* with Wi-Fi connected. So when you want to unwind after a tough day, there’ll always be plenty of power in hand for play.



ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA PERFORMANCE

ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA DRIVERS WINDOWS 10

The Asus UX305 is almost perfection in affordable ultra-portable laptops. Its stylish, well built, incredibly light and has a screen, keybaord and battery life to rival the best.
  • Intel Core M processing delivers laptop performance without compromising of battery life
  • Full HD screen makes high-detailed films, games and everyday browsing
  • This is a fully-fledged broadwell part in terms of its power saving features
  • Massive battery life from a smaller battery
  • Full-size SD card reader and a microHDMI
The ASUS Zenbook UX305FA is a popular 2015 13.3-inch ultrabook that received positive reviews for its thin and light aluminum body, Full-HD matte screen, long battery life, fanless design, and a comfortable keyboard and touchpad. However, its performance is not suited for high-end work, its keyboard is not backlit and the speakers are relatively quiet. If you want an ultraslim laptop with an all-day battery life for mainstream tasks and office work, the UX305FA-ASM1 offers great value for money.

Recently purchased the ASUS UX305FA and it arrived yesterday. Keep in mind this is a very preliminary review as I've had the laptop for less than 24 hours. I plan to update this review as I use it more. Feel free to ask questions and I'll try to respond. I'm going to try to be as objective as possible here and point out pro's and con's that might affect everyone, not just my own preferences.

I just got my ASUS UX305FA tonight and it has been a great experience right from the unboxing. I'll start with the packaging because it deserves mentioning. The Amazon box was huge, the size of a VCR from 1981. Inside that was a plain box for the ZENBOOK UX305FA about the size of 1995 VCR. Inside that box was a very nice fancy box about the size of a board game box. That box was well cushioned inside the 1995 VCR box. Inside that was the Zenbook. So the thing ships VERY well protected from drops by the delivery service. I have never been impressed by packaging much, but this one managed to do it.

Once I got the machine turned on I tried Windows 10 for the first time and 5 minutes late I learned how well the Classic Shell app works to make Windows look normal. I originally intended to put Ubuntu on it as I'm a Linux fan, but with Classic Shell Windows 8.1 has been working great and I've opted to keep it on there for the 6 weeks since I bought the system. It's very stable and the 'instant on' feature is awesome.

ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA DESIGN

ASUS UX305FA DISPLAY - The screen is great. I mean really great. It's a matte finish which REALLY cuts down on glare. I am sitting with a bight light directly behind me as I write this and while it's lighting up the screen, I don't see any reflection of the light at all. When I hold my phone at the same angle as my screen I can't see a thing on the phone screen (normal glossy smartphone screen).

The resolution is fantastic, and even with the native display settings maximized for the ASUS UX305FA HD screen resolution all the text is big enough to read comfortably. (You can mess with the scaling and text size if need be, but it's not super tiny right off the bat)

The bezel around the screen looks much bigger in the picture at the top of this page. It's really not that big and the actual LCD panel fills the screen area well.

There is a rubber gasket all the way around the outer edge of the bezel that will do 2 things. It will keep the metal screen housing from rubbing against the metal keyboard housing and scratching them both up. It will also provide some (I said SOME) protection against water getting in if the lid is closed. This might come in handy if the Zenbook is in a backpack and you get caught in the rain. It's not waterproofing. 

ASUS UX305FA KEYBOARD - Prior to today I've been using 2 keyboards regularly. A Dell Latitude D630 notebook keyboard that is full size with normal laptop keys, and a full size normal desk top keyboard with big keys. Both have 'normal' key travel. The Zenbook is my first island key set up. It took me about 8 seconds to get used to it. The key travel isn't as deep as my Dell Latitude keyboard, but it's not much more shallow. It's very easy to type on.

The Power button being above the backspace key and built into the keyboard seems to be a big issue with a lot of people. I type like The Thing from the Fantastic Four (Big dude made of orange rock) so I have already used the backspace key a lot in the last 2 hours. I haven't hit the power button yet. I also think it gives the whole system a nice clean look that there isn't a row of system buttons above the function key row of ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA.

The trackpad. Yes, it clicks a little when you tap it. Yes, it was annoying for the first hour. I got used to it as soon as I realized it wasn't broken. It dose that because the whole trackpad is a clickable button. So there is play in the trackpad. It's not loud. It's not wiggling loose. It's just not a big deal.

ASUS UX305FA SPEAKERS - The speakers are on the bottom. To be more specific they are on the very sides of the bottom and angled slightly out toward the sides. They aren't full size JBL tower speakers that will wake up the neighbors, but they aren't trying to be. They are laptop speakers. They get the job done. Even being on the bottom I found them to be plenty loud enough to hear the sound of YouTube videos (The Force Unleashed trailer looks and sounds great on this. That was my test video. 

It's also very light. This is a double edged sword. The ONLY thing that's even remotely an issue with the ASUS ZENBOOK UX305FA. When sitting on your lap the system bounces around as you type a little bit. It just doesn't have enough mass to keep it firmly planted on your lap. It's not a big deal, but it's noticeable compared to my heavy 2007 Dell notebook. One the flip side, its ULTRA portable. It can sit on my lap all day and it'll never start to get heavy.

ASUS ZENBOOK UX305 DRIVERS 

Asus UX305 Drivers For Windows 10 x64

Conexant Audio Driver UX305 Download

Intel Graphics Driver  UX305 Download 

ASUS Wireless Radio Control UX305 Download

Intel Wireless Lan UX305 Driver and Application Download

Intel BlueTooth UX305 driver Download

ASUS Smart Gesture UX305 Download

Alcor Multi-Card Reader Driver UX305 Download

ATKACPI driver and hotkey-related utilities UX305 Download

Intel INF Update Driver UX305 Download



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