ASUS x Man of Style

This blog post was a collaborative project undertaken in partnership with ASUS Australia. 

Straight off the bat I have to admit that the new ASUS ZenBook 3 is one super sleek computational device. With its royal blue finish and golden highlights made from aerospace-grade alloy, it is definitely one of the sexiest laptops out there on the market. The ZenBook 3 also comes with it’s own matching laptop cover, as you can see below, which is pretty ace.

Not only is it sexy, it also packs some serious punch under the hood. For those tech nerds out there, this bad boy comes with the latest Intel Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of 2133MHz LPDDR3 RAM, an ultra-fast up to 1TB PCIe Gen 3 SSD, and a USB-C port with a Universal Dock. Not bad, not bad at all!

A big problem with the new wave of ultra-thin laptops is the battery life. Luckily the ZenBook 3 manages to deliver the goods with up to 9 hours battery life off one single charge. It also has a lightning fast charge time and will charge over 60% capacity in under an hour – what a game changer.

ASUS have really upped their game with this latest release and I found the laptop a pleasure to use whilst reviewing. The full size keyboard is a dream to type on and the full HD screen is razor sharp, making the visual experience all the more enjoyable. A quad speaker system that utilises Harman Kardon technology makes the ZenBook 3’s audio capabilities second to none.  


Weighing in at 910 grams and a mere 11.9mm thin, the ASUS ZenBook3 would make the ultimate travel companion for any fashion forward folks who are looking to travel light, but don't want to compromise on performance. This latest release from ASUS truly is a beautiful piece of machinery and is a must-have for tech savvy fashionistas and is definitely worth having a look at for anyone looking to upgrade their laptop anytime soon. Sound like something you are after? Head over to the ASUS Australia website for some more in-depth information! 

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This Review was sponsored by ASUS Australia and was shot by Jake O'Donnell on his Nikon D7200