The VivoBook N580 isn't one of the new types of portable PCs with a reduced impression and thin bezels around the screen, and given how there are an ever-increasing number of such alternatives out there, you'll need to choose if this specific perspective is something you're occupied with or you can live with a more exemplary plan.
On the off chance that you can't, at that point this tablet isn't for you, yet remember too that most PCs with comparable equipment and more reduced forms are additionally more costly, similar to the Asus Zenbook Pro UX550 and the Dell XPS 15. On the off chance that you can, at that point continue to the following part where we discuss this current portable PC's fabricate and the decision in materials. Asus promotes an "aluminum frame" on their site, yet the Vivobook N580 isn't totally made out of aluminum. The top cover, inside and edges are metallic, all with a brushed surface, both the underbelly is produced using a smooth bit of plastic. I don't perceive any reason why that would be an issue for any of you, simply don't have false-desires. All the metallic surfaces feel not the same as on most other metallic portable workstations I've seen however, some way or another shabby to the touch. Indeed, it's quite difficult to discern whether they are produced using aluminum or plastic without a great teeth test (put your teeth on the surfaces). So, the initial introduction can be a touch of deceiving and some dislike how this Vivobook Pro feels. It is fairly well constructed, in spite of the fact that not keeping pace with the sturdier PCs in the higher level class. It's comparable to the Zenbook Pro UX550 and sturdier than the VivoBook Slims however. There's some flex in the fundamental deck, particularly towards the best side of the console, however not as much that it would be evident in day by day utilize. The screen is likewise rather bendy and the metallic cover twists when squeezed, yet I could just observe an effect on the board when squeezing hard, so I don't think you'll keep running into any issues conveying this portable PC in your pack or knapsack. By and large, there are better-made PCs in the class, yet this one is respectable also. Design and looks aside, the N580 is likewise very handy in regular utilize. It's lighter than most other 15-inches, at 4.2 lbs for the evaluated setup, and reasonably grippy, so natural to put into and remove from your sack or move from a place to another. The silver shading helps to conceal smudges and fingerprints as well. Four elastic feet keep it very much tied down on a work area, while the ports are altogether lined on the sides and the screen is hold set up by one major strong pivot. It works easily, permits one hand utilize and enables the screen to backpedal to around 150 degrees, which is sufficient for work area utilize. Asus likewise made it simple to fly up the show, making a little wrinkle on the portable PC's front edge for your finger to snatch on. The plastic baseboard appends well to the metallic edges, leaving no holes or sharp bits, as on numerous different Asus tablets.
To the extent it goes there's all that you'll need on this PC, except for a Thunderbolt 3 port. There's a USB Type-C opening, yet just backings first gen up to 10 Gbps speeds, so no Thunderbolt 3. Over it, you'll additionally discover one USB 3.1 Type-An and two USB 2.0 Type-A ports, full-estimate HDMI, a card-peruser, LAN, a Kensington bolt and a mic/earphone jack on the edges. The greater part of them put on the left, where you'll additionally discover the PSU, which prompts a less jumbled right side. The status LEDs are likewise put as an afterthought, so there are no LEDs or lights that would trouble you in any capacity when utilizing the PC in a dim room, not at all like on the Zenbook Pro.
There's a matte 15.6-inch screen on the VivoBook Pro line with a decision of a couple of various boards. We got the opportunity to test the most astounding alternative with the UHD 3840 x 2160 px IPS board, however, there are likewise two FHD IPS boards and an FHD TN screen recorded on Asus' site. Generally speaking, the screen is okay for regular use, for mixed media, perusing and gaming. Notwithstanding, the normal shading precision, and differentiation make it less energetic than a portion of the genuine 4K boards out there, so not really the best alternative for the pickier among you, for illustrations work or any assignment that would require a wide shading extent scope.
The VivoBook N580 is accessible in a large number of configurations. The most elevated end variant accessible in stores, which accompanies a Core i7-7700HQ processor, Nvidia GTX 1050 designs, 16 GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512 GB M.2 SATA SSD and a 2 TB 2.5″ HDD. The CPU and GPU are patched on the motherboard, however, the RAM, stockpiling, Wi-Fi chip and battery are available inside. For that, you'll have to move beyond the whole backboard, which is a genuinely straightforward activity as it's hold set up by a modest bunch of Philips screws, all unmistakable around the edges. Simply be watchful they're not a similar size, so make a point to note where each originated from. There are two DIMM spaces on this portable workstation, so it can take an aggregate of up to 32 GB of RAM.