We’ve already shared our first impression of the ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition in an earlier article. Unlike most reskins in the market, ASUS is releasing this laptop as a cut above the standard Zenbook 14X OLED of 2022 with a couple of nifty additions. But barring all that, how does it perform?
In this article, we’ll put the ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition thru our application benchmark suite to seen how it perform in office work, photo and video editing as well as try it out on professional CAD applications. We’ll also see how the battery life stacks up especially with that pristine OLED screen.
Finally we’ll touch on the burning question that’s probably going to be on your mind when you see this laptop: is it worth it? We’ll answer all of that and more in this review so read on to find out more.
Features & Specification
Featuring the latest 12th-gen Intel Core CPUs, the ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition comes in a Core i5 and Core i7 CPU option with both sharing most of their specs together aside from CPU differences.
The key feature as the name suggests is the OLED screen. The new ASUS Zenbooks for 2022 features new OLED screens sporting a 2880×1800 resolution with a 90hz refresh rate. At 14″, its not too large and not too big as well, making a very compact travel companion coming in at only 1.4kg, its definitely a very light unit.