Asus VivoBook F510UA-AH51 Review

In the laptop world current market, there are many personal computers has been produced, most of those are the ultraportable laptops or ultrabooks and those notebooks featuring likely from 11 inches to 15-inch size category.

Since the ultrabook is for a line of the high-end subnotebook, there’s a wide range of expensive laptops currently in the market.

And, many of those are inaccessible for some people, especially the students due to the cost issue. Fortunately, there are also ultrabooks out there which are not too expensive like the Asus VivoBook F510UA-AH51.


  • Brand: Asus
  • Product: VivoBook
  • Item Model Number: F510UA-AH51
  • Weight(lbs): 3.7
  • Color: Star Grey
  • Editor’s Rating: 7.9 out of 10


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Asus VivoBook F510UA-AH51

As we know, most Asus laptops come with high definition screen display resolution, and this laptop also has that feature too, it is an anti-glare Full HD 1920×1080 pixels max resolution display. The mentioned notebook, not just portable, light and thin laptop, but also has a sleek and stylish well-built design.

Other than that, this machine has publicized as a premium notebook and yet because of its price range, and the VivoBook also included in a standard budget of the Ultraportable laptop category.

Besides, this model provided with the powerful 8th generation of Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM or memory, and 1TB capacity of mechanical hard disk drive inside its body.


Product Specifications

  • Product: Asus VivoBook
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 9.6 x 0.8 inches
  • Screen Size: 15.6 Inch
  • Screen Display: NanoEdge Anti-Glare Full HD Display
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Max Resolution: 1920×1080 pixels

  • Processor/CPU: 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U (Quad-Core)
  • Processor Count: 4 (Quad-Core)
  • Base Performance: 1.6 GHz
  • Max Performance: 3.4 GHz

  • Graphics Card: Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Card Description: Integrated
  • Operating System (OS): Windows 10
  • Windows OS Edition: Home Edition
  • RAM/Memory: 8GB DDR4
  • Storage: 1TB Hard Disk Drive
  • Fingerprint Sensor: Yes
  • Wireless Type: 802.11 ac


Screen Quality & Display

Comes with 15.6 inches IPS LED Display and anti-glare FHD 1920×1080 max resolution make the screen looks excellent, colorful, and have clear images which you can find in a laptop that cost more.

In addition to that, the NanoEdge bezel also gives an 80 percent screen-to-body ratio to provide you with more viewing satisfaction and pleasant experience.

With the WideView technology, viewing angles allows its user working through the office tasks and watching movies more comfortable, and also it is perfect for sharing words content or watching videos together within two or more peoples.





As for the design quality, the VivoBook has a gorgeous body design because it is built with brushed metal and supported with a beautiful Star Grey color.

Also, with only 1.68 kg or 3.7 lbs of weight and 0.8-inch thin, this laptop has a light and thin build-quality even when we compare to its predecessor which makes it very portable and easy to carry around.

Keyboard & Fingerprint

As for the Keyboard, it has a pleasant and comfortable chiclet keyboard style, which can help you increase typing efficiency when doing your word-processing task. Unfortunately, it is not a backlit type keyboard

The manufacturer also has improved Asus VivoBook its system security and access by adding a unique fingerprint sensor feature on it. And It is rare for the laptop on this budget have the fingerprint sensor on it.



Asus has provided VivoBook with 4 USB ports with two kinds or type of those. One of them is the reliable USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 1, which have 5x high transfer data speed compared to the traditional USB 2.0 connections port.

Besides, it also has supported by a USB 3.0 Type-A and two USB 2.0 ports make it a versatile connectivity notebook.
For the audio, video, and projector displays it has an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port alongside with audio jack.


Battery Life

Concerning the battery performance, for its size and price range, the battery life was below average. On a single use, it can serve you up for about up to 5 hours with a full charge of the battery laptop.

And, I assume it may be last long on a day at the office, school, and college with simple tasks use on it. Besides, you need to bring along the charger if you are going to use it for a more extended session.



Asus VivoBook powered by 8th generation family of Intel Core i5 processor alongside with 8GB DDR4 memory and integrated graphics card of Intel UHD Graphics 620, which is enough for the performance for the standard user.

Not all the internal components of a laptop can’t be upgraded. If you have the issue of insufficient budget, you can choose the HDD instead of SSD for internal storage, and update it later.

Even though it still uses the traditional mechanical hard-disk drive, but it delivers you with 1 TB of storage capacity. It’s more than enough to store files and data.

Also, you can upgrade its RAM/memory for better multitasking performance. When compared to the Aspire E15, the E15 are better than this unit when it comes to gaming. But, the VivoBook deliver you with better screen quality and compactness.



Asus VivoBook F510UA-AH51 have the right combinations between performance and features. It serves you with the fingerprint sensor, stunning screen display, and has a good design as an ultraportable device.

Powered by 8th generation Intel Core i5 -8250U processor, 8 GB DDR4 memory, and 1 TB HDD makes it an ideal laptop for everyday tasks and entertainment.

However, it is not for play games on powerful graphics, the battery life is below average, and if the internal storage were a Solid-State Drive (SSD), it would serve more efficient than its current HDD.

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  1. I think of using this 6 days a week. How many years will it last? I also wonder what do you think about the cost efficiency. Do I get the best bang for the buck or do you suggest another one?

  • 6 days a week, yes, it’ll handle it, and same also for the cost it is worthy enough based on its specs. This laptop use HHD type drive though, but, you can upgrade it later to SSD if you want more performance. As long as you take good care of it, even an under budget laptop should last 4 to 5 years.

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