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Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R Specs and Details

Ideal for everyday work and for professionals looking for a secure environment (Windows 10 Pro), the Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R benefits from a comfortable base with productive use thanks to the Core i7 Quad Core from 10th generation associated with 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB SSD storage for system fluidity. In addition, there is a borderless IPS screen, a backlit keyboard and full connectivity. On the other hand, there are no biometric connection options (Windows Hello) and the connection is not state-of-the-art (no TB3 or Wifi AX).

Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R Specs and Details

Specifications for the Asus Vivobook S433FA-EB073R

Screen (s) 14 “Full HD IPS NanoEdge (1920×1080, anti-reflective)
Processor Intel Core i7-10510U Comet Lake (1.8 GHz, 4 cores)
RAM installed 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4 2666MHz
Graphic card Intel UHD Graphics 620
Storage 512 GB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD
Connectivity 2 USB 2.0 1 USB 3.2 1 USB 3.2 Type-C (Gen1), HDMI, microSD / SDXC
Network Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Numeric keypad
Windows Hello
Audio system 2 Harman Kardon speakers, SonicMaster
Operating system Windows 10 Professional 64 bit
Autonomy announced / Battery 8 hours / Li-Po 3 cells 50Whr
Dimensions (mm) / Weight 324 x 213 x 15.9 / 1.4 Kg

Chassis, connectors, screen of the Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R

The VivoBook S433FA-EB073R takes many of the lines of its predecessor (VivoBook S432) but Asus makes some very sensitive adjustments to the box. The all-metal chassis always reveals a sharp , angular silhouette, a visible bias, notably at the level of the refined ErgoLift hinge . Now crossed on most Asus PCs, this hinge has the particularity of tilting the base up to 3.5 degrees following the opening of the cover in order to optimize typing comfortwhile contributing to better air circulation below the chassis. Aesthetic question, if Asus keeps a colorful range on its VivoBook S433 series, this S433FA-EB073R opts for the most sober black and gray version with the only color key the Enter key painted in yellow.

The keyboard takes advantage of a backlight (white) system to highlight the gray keys in the dark and we see that Asus has added a yellow outline and lettering to the Enter key. We are not sure whether or not there is a fingerprint reader on this model.

Measurements are another point on which Asus has redesigned its VivoBook. Its weight remains of the order of light with 1.4 kg on the scale and its thickness is refined to 15.9 mm (against 17.9 mm on the S432).

For its part, the screen benefits from a Full HD definition (1920 x 1080 px) which provides a healthy display density for viewing content in High Definition in the best conditions. On the other hand, the IPS panel works to open the viewing angles and faithfully reproduce the colors while the mat treatment of the panel acts as a barrier to reflections linked to use in high ambient light. A plus for comfort.

On the sides of the chassis, the composition of the connectors is satisfactory even if two USB ports are still limited to the 2.0 standard. In addition, there is an HDMI output, a microSD card reader and two other USB ports including a USB 3.2 and a USB 3.2 Type-C . For wireless connectivity, there is no Wi-Fi AX but the previous Wi-Fi AC version and Bluetooth 5.0.

Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R Specs and Details

Chassis, connectors, screen of the Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R

Thanks to its balanced architecture, the Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R is able to benefit a wide range of users. And for good reason, it is based on a 10th generation Quad Core i7-10510U low consumption processor supported by 8 GB of RAM . In fact, current use (web browsing, Office processing, video) is supported as a whole and more demanding applications requiring the support of multicore architecture (video editing, Photoshop, lightweight Lightroom …) benefit a beautiful balance.

Note that the PC comes with Windows 10 Professional, a version of Windows 10 that adds professional features for encryption, remote connection, creation of virtual machines, and more.

Storage is also precious since it is entrusted to a dedicated fast 512 GB SSD (NVMe PCIe). The system gains directly compared to a configuration with mechanical hard drive because of the speed of loading offered by the SSD. This type of storage ensures almost instantaneous on and off phases, transfers calculated in seconds or instant software launches where the mechanical support involved significant latencies. Note also that the SSD is inherently quieter, robust and efficient than a hard drive. And if it is often tackled for its storage capacity that is too low, it is not the case here since it provides 512 GB, a total which remains below the standard of the hard disk but which still allows to accommodate a nice part of your toy library.

But as promising as this base is, do not expect to play on the VivoBook S433FA-EB073R. In the absence of a dedicated card, only the Intel UHD 620 chip is used and if its services are perfect in current use, it will not be able to support more demanding than old titles.

Finally, let\’s see what this PC offers in terms of autonomy. Its battery offers an average capacity (50 Whr), which should give it a little more than 7 hours of autonomy in web browsing with active Wifi.

Asus VivoBook S433FA-EB073R Specs and Details

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