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    This notebook is affordable and powerful, but the display disappoints.
    The ASUS ZenBook Pro was one of my favorite laptops of 2017. It combined enough power to take on any task and do some gaming while still looking like a high-end, sophisticated Ultrabook. In my list of things to look for in a new laptop, it ticked every box.
    The VivoBook Pro, then, is an interesting laptop for a number of reasons. It still packs power and dedicated NVIDIA graphics into a body that looks sleek and sophisticated, but at a considerably more affordable price point than the ZenBook Pro. In the UK, the model ASUS sent us for review comes in at not a lot over £1,000 (about $1,500), and that's really enticing.
    For the sort of money you could spend on a Surface Laptop, you can get significantly better performance. But is it worth it?

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    05-18-2018 08:10 AM

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