Confused between Vivobook Pro 16 and 16X

Discussion in 'Which Laptop should I buy?' started by demozide, May 8, 2023.

  1. demozide


    May 8, 2023
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    I finally earned enough money to buy a decent laptop. But I'm confused between these two:

    1) ASUS Vivobook 16X Pro OLED N7601ZM-MQ931WS
    2) ASUS Vivobook 16 Pro OLED K6602VU-LZ951WS

    Very minor differences are seen. I want to edit videos (I'm a beginner and want to learn), produce music (FL), use Photoshop and Illustrator flawlessly, play games (not a heavy gamer but decent fps for games like far cry 6 would be appreciated), and watch high-quality videos. That's it. Which is more bang for the buck?
    Last edited: May 8, 2023
    demozide, May 8, 2023
  2. demozide


    Apr 17, 2023
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    N7601ZM-MQ931WS Asus Vivobook Pro 16X OLED (2022)
    CPU: i9-12900H
    GPU: RTX 3060 6GB
    RAM: DDR5 32G (16GB on board, 16GB SO-DIMM)
    Dis: 3840 x 2400 400nits
    SSD: 2280 3.0 + 2280 4.0
    Bat: 90Wh
    WT: 2.30kg

    K6602VU-LZ951WS Asus Vivobook Pro 16 OLED (2023)
    CPU: i7-13900H
    GPU: RTX 4050 6GB
    RAM: DDR5 16G (8GB on board, 8GB SO-DIMM)
    Dis: 3200 x 2000 400nits 600nits peak
    SSD: 2 x 2280 4.0
    Bat: 96Wh
    WT: 1.90Kg

    CPU: i9-12900H is hotter than i7-13900H, and cost more battery, but less performance.
    GPU: 3060(192bit), 4050(better ray tracing, DLSS 3, but only 96bit)
    RAM: 2023 maybe could update to 8+32, 2022 maybe could update to 16+32, I'm not sure.
    Dis: 2023 has 600nits peak brightness.
    SSD: 2023 2 x 7000m/s SSD, 2022 3500m/s + 7000m/s
    Bat: 2023 6Wh bigger.
    WT: 2023 is 400g lighter.
    Last edited: May 9, 2023
    Carloz, May 9, 2023
  3. demozide


    May 8, 2023
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    So should I opt for 2023? Which display (3.2K and 4K) should I choose? Thanks in advance.
    demozide, May 9, 2023
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