The company even has a budding line of business laptops in its Asus Pro line.
Asus provides a one-year limited warranty on all of its laptops, but depending on the system you get and the retailer you purchase it from, you may also get accidental-damage protection.
Updating old laptop
Asus loses some points for failing to sell extended warranties in the U. It also gets a demerit for voiding your warranty if you upgrade your RAM or storage.
On the plus side, Asus pays for shipping if you have to send your laptop in for service.
Asus jumped up one rank this year in reviews, from third to second.
Of the 24 Asus laptops we tested, nine received an Editors’ Choice award.
Typically measured in pixels per inch (PPI), a device’s pixel density determines how sharp your content looks, and after several hours of use, how much your eyes will (or won’t) hurt.
According to our data, the average 2014 tablet has a pixel density of about 260 ppi (pixels per inch)—fairly solid for a 10-inch device.
The second-place brand, Asus, offers the best combination of value and performance of any laptop brand.
After all, what other company makes a sub-0 laptop with a solid-state drive and a 1080p screen, or a sub-0 system that has a 256GB SSD and weighs just 2.7 pounds?
Unless you’re talking about tablet-specific apps (which we’ll get to below), the laptop is still the king of control.
Whether you’re writing a document or crafting a presentation, the tablet has yet to beat the precision of a point-and-click mouse or the convenience of a shortcut-rich keyboard.
Asus not only excels at making nearly every kind of laptop, but also consistently provides the best affordable laptops on the market.