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Asus VivoBook F510UA Review: Stylish Laptop with Good Value

It’s always an easy task for us to buy a new dependable laptop in line with our requirements when that thing meets our budget. And, it is better for us to put the most important purpose and reason in the first place on why we want to buy a laptop.

And yes, most of the laptop internal components cannot be upgraded, but not all of them though. So, you can go easy on that sometimes, because not all of us always got enough budget for what we desire especially when it comes to luxury thing like a notebook computer.

I have come across on the internet and found this laptop model from Asus. Let’s see if this laptop does have the available cost and features that you need.


Brand: Asus

Product: VivoBook

Item Model Number: F510UA-AH51

Price: See It On

Weight(lbs): 3.7

Color: Star Grey

Editor’s Rating: 8.5 out of 10


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.


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

In addition, 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: Asus VivoBook

Screen Display: 15.6″ NanoEdge Anti-Glare Full HD Display, 1920×1080 pixels max resolution

Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 9.6 x 0.8 inches

Processor/CPU: 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U (Quad-Core)

Processor Performance: 1.6 GHz (Up to 3.4 GHz)

Operating System (OS): Windows 10

Windows OS Edition: Home Edition

Graphics Card: Intel UHD Graphics 620

Card Description: Integrated

RAM/Memory: 8GB DDR4

Storage: 1TB Hard Disk Drive

Fingerprint Sensor: Yes

Wireless Type: 802.11 ac


Screen Quality & Display

Design with 15.6 inches IPS LED Display and anti-glare FHD 1920×1080 max resolution make the screen looks great, 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 rate or ratio to give you more viewing satisfaction and good experience.

Not only just the WideView display capacity but other than that, the 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.

Just like has described above, this laptop has a light and thin frame design even when we compare to its predecessor which makes it very compact and easy to carry around.

It is just only 1.68 kg more or less or 3.7 lbs of weight and 0.8-inch thin. It’s not just the compactness and its elegant body design, but the mentioned device is also has a well-designed structure of the cooling system with smart fan performance.

Keyboard & Fingerprint

As for the Keyboard, it has a good 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 special 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 2 kinds or type of those. One of them is the reliable USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 1, which have 5x great transfer data speed compared to the traditional USB 2.0 connections port.

In addition, 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 good enough I think. 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 average tasks use on it.



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, and I think that it is more than enough for the performance.

Even though, it still uses the traditional mechanical hard-disk drive, so the true strength of this machine has not fully triggered yet.

Just like I mentioned above not all the internal laptop components can’t be upgraded. If you have the issue of insufficient budget, you can choose the HDD instead of SSD for internal storage.

You can upgrade it later from HDD to SSD drive when you already have an extra budget. In addition to that, just in case if you still not satisfied with the laptop multitasking performance you also can upgrade its RAM/memory too.



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

More than that, with the Windows 10 operating system, 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 intense graphics, and I also hope the internal storage was a Solid-State Drive because it may serve better than a traditional mechanical drive.

So if you have any questions, feature, & information to add pertaining Asus VivoBook F510UA-AH51 just leave your comment below and I’m more than happy to help.


  • Furkan

    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?

    • Rsln

      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. Unless you’re gamer you need a better laptop than this one & of course, it’ll affect your budget.

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