Although the ZenBook Pro 15 UX535 is a very good notebook, its memory situation is a bit disappointing.
1. Remove the bottom plate
To take this laptop apart, you need to undo 11 Torx-head screws. Then, remove the back rubber feet and undo the two hidden Phillips-head screws. After that, pry the bottom panel, and remove it from the chassis.
Thankfully, ASUS has provided the largest battery available. It has a capacity of 96Wh.
3. Мemory and storage
Unfortunately, there are no memory upgrade options. The manufacturer supplies the device with either 8 or 16GB of dual-channel memory. Storage-wise, there’s one M.2 PCIe x4 slot.
4. Cooling system
Looking at the cooling solution, we see two heat pipes cooling the CPU and the GPU. Also, there is a third one, which is taking the heat away from the graphics memory and the VRMs.
ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX535 in-depth review
The entire purpose of the ZenBook Pro series is to satisfy the needs of a specific market, often referred to as the "Creator segment". It doesn't matter if we're talking about video creators, graphics designers, or just artists in general. Today, we have the ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX535. Looking at the specs we see a real competitor to the HP Envy 15 (15-ep0000). And while HP tried to perfect everything possible - from performance, to display quality, and battery life, ASUS has a bit different [...]Read the full review
- Deep blacks and infinite contrast ratio
- 100% DCI-P3 coverage from the main panel (Samsung ATNA56WR14-0 (SDC4143))
- Decent battery life
- Rigid build quality
- Thunderbolt 3, SD card slot
- IR face recognition
- Soldered memory
- Main panel uses PWM until 90 nits (Samsung ATNA56WR14-0 (SDC4143))