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What the community says about ASUS VivoBook M580VD
- "If you're looking for a high power notebook that comes at an affordable price, the ASUS VivoBook may be just the thing that you're looking for. Design-wise, it is very appealing in that it is very light, sleek, and clean looking. The graphics and the screen quality definitely leave something to be desired though, and I sometimes find that the track pad isn't as responsive as it should be. Still, all in all, for function you really can't beat the price. It is a powerful device, and luckily so far I have not experienced any kind of technical issues with my computer. "
- "Asus has always been a brand that I have liked to use. So when I went to buy a new laptop I just had to get the best laptop I could of theirs. The Asus VivoBook M580VD was the model that I chose. This model has been able to handle anything that I've thrown at it. Very satisfied."
- "When you're a developer you're often on the go, making your way to meetings and other connection building events. With the ASUS VivoBook M580VD I don't have to stop my work when i'm on a flight or the bus. The laptop has plenty of power to get the job done and even a little extra to game when i'm finished with my work. I would recommend this to any developer out there wanting to get the most out of their laptop."
- "I bought this specifically to replace an aging self-built ASUS desktop, and this review is based on finding a suitable laptop replacement for it. I don't game much, but do video rendering. Qualities I was looking for; Fast/new CPU, good GPU, at least 256GB SSD main storage (128GB too small), additional secondary storage so an external HD wasn't needed all the time, professional looking (not black/red gaming). There are all kinds of combinations of the above out there, but this seemed to satisfy all of them for me. I agree with other users that the screen is not very good. However, I use this connected via HDMI to an ASUS 2k monitor, so I don't use the laptop's screen. I would drop this a star if based on a 10-star rating, but I knew the screen was likely not going to be good before I bought it, so leaving at 5 stars. The boot time is amazing--from full off to desktop is a few seconds. I have the internet connected via LAN, so I can't speak much to the WiFi. I used it a little just to ensure it was working and didn't notice any performance drops on WiFi vs LAN."
- "I wouldn't recommend gaming laptops right now. I recently bought this and it's already dying on me. The space is limited, the parts are cheaply made, and the display is terrible. If you can, you should get a more premium laptop."
- "Gaming laptops that balance portability with power are all too rare, which is why I love the Asus VivoBook so much! The Intel Core i5 is wicked fast and I have yet to notice any lag or stuttering with my graphics, even with the most intensive games. The backlit keyboard doesn't just look good, it also lets me frag well into the early hours of the next day. With enough ports for all your dongles and a surprisingly long battery life, the VivoBook is an awesome choice for any gamer."
- "The boot time is very fast takes a few seconds.The keyboard is great, there is no flex and typing feels great. The keyboard back lighting gets sufficiently bright and allows for 3 brightness toggles.The internals of this laptop allows for a lot of upgrades. The integrated GPU is solid. The GTX 1050 can handle just about any game ."
- "On the paper there is nothing wrong with this laptop. It has decent specifications and doesn't look very bulky and huge like other gaming laptops do. The price is good too. So is there anything wrong with this one? Absolutely yes. First of all, the build quality is not great and it feels very cheap and lot built with the premium materials. Another problem with it is that being somewhat thin for a gaming laptop forces you to put smaller batteries and smaller fans inside. What it means is that the battery life is poor and the fans have to work harder/louder to keep the machine cool. There is a reason gaming laptops are big and bulky but as a solution to this problem, Asus VivoBook M580VD is still a great choice. ""A lot of gaming laptops can be larger and heavier, and difficult to lug around all the time. Asus has introduced the Vivobok with a powerful i5 processor and Geforce graphics that is also lightweight and has a great thin design. This makes packing it around all day long a ton easier, and I can still play all of those games that I love. "
- "I needed a mobile solution for my recent work in IT. I had several different programs that use huge amounts of processing power and other resources. The VivoBook has been quite capable of handling everything I've thrown at it, including often running several resource intense programs simultaneously. Only real gripe is battery life, but fortunately, I'm able to keep it plugged in at most of my places of work."
- "This isn't too bad of an option, but far from the 'best.' You lose out with an i5 chip over an i7 (hence the budget price) the SSD is very nice. 8gb ram which is the minimum amount i'd want, but would prefer more. Overall it doesn't seem like a bad machine for the price, but hardly 'the best.'"
- "Man this thing is fast and solid. Really like the build quality and the graphics are pretty decent. Good price point for the hardware."
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- "If you are looking for a great gaming laptop at a budget price, the asus vivobook m580vd is a great option. In my opinion it's one of the best asus laptops for gaming. The only issue I've had is some slight overheating issues but I was able to solve that without impacting performance."
- "The i7-7700HQ + 16gb 2400MHz RAM + an SSD makes for a very fast and capable laptop. The 1TB HDD is good for backup, though I would just swap it for another SSD. Bottom line, laptops aren't the best gaming rigs because of low power and the heat it generates, so a GTX 1050 with 4gb VRAM is a really solid option. It can play most games quite well!"
- "Check out this offering from ASUS! 15.6" laptop with i7-7700HQ quad-core 2.8GHz processor, USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen1), USB 3.1 Type-A, USB 2.0, & HDMI connections, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, 16GB DDR4 RAM and 256GB M.2 SATA3 SSD + 1TB HDD combo for balanced speed and storage capacity, Full HD screen, and Harman/Kardon certified audio. It has an ultra thin profile too but still weighs in a 5.1 lbs. which is a bit on the heavy side these days. This unit hits the books right at $1050 so it's priced right for a 15" laptop. It also comes installed with Windows 10. There are offerings from Dell and HP that come in a little lighter than the ASUS but it's worth the time to compare the offerings from all 3 companies. I still think this is a good basic 15" laptop that comes in at a competitive price. You can't go wrong with it!""This is a good laptop that will run all the software that someone that is interested in programming will need to use. It's a fair price too for something with as much power as it has. I think that it will last someone a long time if they were to buy it."