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What the community says about ASUS UX305
- "Recently purchased the UX305FA and it arrived yesterday. Keep in mind this is a very preliminary review as I've had the laptop for less than 24 hours. I plan to update this review as I use it more. Feel free to ask questions and I'll try to respond. I'm going to try to be as objective as possible here and point out pro's and con's that might affect everyone, not just my own preferences."
- "This laptop has a good processor and adequate RAM, but the built-in hard drive is a bit lacking. It's definitely middle of the road laptop, that comes in at an alright, but not great price. For me, it's not the worst laptop for software development, but far from the best (I prefer desktops anyway). You'll probably need to buy additional memory - I did - if you get it."
- "As gaming laptops go, the graphics is sufficiently high, although generally a dedicated graphics card is better, additionally, a faster processor would be preferable. This system would likely balk at high end games and 256GB is not much storage for gaming since most high end games tend to range into the 3GB++ end (it is easy to have over 20++ GB for Skyrim alone). This would make a good laptop, just not what I would really call a gaming laptop."
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