[Specs and Info] ASUS Vivobook 15 (X1504 / F1504) – A competent daily driver

Vivobooks are some of your best options if you’re looking for a laptop. It’s full of all sorts of devices, going from the more affordable Vivobook 15 that we have today, all the way to the Pro and OLED lineups, which bring potent hardware and great displays for handling Creator work and other intensive tasks, perfect for designers and video editors. The Vivobook 15 comes with Alder Lake processors, which have just enough power to handle day-to-day work and be as efficient as possible, offering long-lasting battery life.

Today we’re giving you a quick overview of the ASUS Vivobook 15 (X1504).

ASUS Vivobook 15 (X1504): Full Specs


To say that the Vivobook is good-looking would be an understatement. ASUS has clearly made it a priority to make stylish products, offering the Vivobook 15 in three distinct colors, Quiet Blue, Cool Silver, and Terra Cotta. All three look good, especially since the lid is metallic, giving it a cool touch. The lid and the base both have a chamfered edge, which is a bit glossy, further giving the device a more premium look. In terms of dimensions, the laptop weighs only 1.70 kg and has a profile of 1.79 mm, which is pretty good for a device in the mid-range category, especially when you factor in the 15.6-inch form factor.

Going down to the sides, we see that the I/O is fairly well populated. You have one UBS 2.0 port, two more USB Type-A 3.2 (Gen. 1) ports, one USB Type-C 3.2 (Gen. 1) port, an HDMI 1.4 port, and a 3.5 mm audio jack.


ASUS often pairs Vivobooks with good displays, but since the 15 is a more affordable version, we have a regular Full HD IPS panel. It’s got 250 nits of brightness and a normal 60Hz refresh rate. It’s not suitable for Creator work, covering around half of the sRGB color gamut.

Specifications and features

The Vivobook has three CPUs to pick from, with the Core i3-1215U, Core i5-1235U, and Core i7-1255U. The i3 has 6 cores and 8 threads, while the Core i5 and Core i7 have 10 cores and 12 threads each, along with the same cache size of 12MB. The CPUs have shown to be very efficient, while their large core counts contribute to decent performance. While Intel is quickly moving on with its 13th Gen processors, there’s still a lot of value to be had with the 12th Gen, which remains largely the same, down to using the same integrated graphics.

All ASUS Vivobook 15 (X1504) configurations:

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