But the AAS Ultra cooling system not only has advantages. Upon unpacking the laptop, you are warned about pinching your fingers. Even if users are unlikely to close the lid while carrying the laptop, the fingers can get in an awkward position here. Another problem point is that the heatsink fins are barely covered. Caution is also required here, because the thin metal sheets can easily bend. Ultimately, it’s not just the fingers that can end up in the gap between the screen, base and keyboard. During our review, the power cable in particular repeatedly wandered into the gap.
Despite all criticism, the keyboard unfolds into an ergonomic 7° angle with the AAS-Ultra system. Those who type a lot on the laptop will like this innovation. Wrists and fingers are thus spared. In all, the Asus Zenbook Pro 16X offers more than meets the eye.
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