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ASUS ExpertBook Review – An Amazing Core i7 Intel Evo Laptop

by Tom Riddle
ASUS ExpertBook Review

The ASUS Expertbook 14 is one of the lightest ASUS laptops that set the records for having the longest battery life. Sure, this laptop feels like featherlike, has a premium looking attractive design and a decent 1080p display. But the battery factor tops the best of its features unquestionably and can be one of the selling factors of this laptop.

There are number of specs that have been successfully combined to give excellent results in the ASUS Expert B9450. It may replace one of the best business laptops that we reviewed previously knows as Lenovo ThinkPad X1. Within its sleek exterior, there are compatible features and ideal specs to have it go through complex digital tasks. The Intel Evo platform associated with the Expertbook makes it even more powerful with enhanced productivity and performance.

Besides an extraordinary battery life and utmost portability, the Expertbook also appeals with features like LED Numpad and tilted keyboard. In the ASUS Expertbook 14 review today, we will examine its specs and features. So, if anyone of you have been thinking to make it your next purchase, it’s time to expand your research about this ASUS laptop.

ASUS ExpertBook Specs

Processor: Intel Core i7 11th Gen

Intel® Evo™ platform

Screen Size: 14 in

Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080

RAM: 16 GB

Storage Capacity: 1 TB SSD

Operating System Software: Windows 10 Pro



Design & Build

Most of you could expert a flimsy feel from this incredibly thin and lightweight ASUS laptop. But when we actually observed and felt it ourselves, it was sturdier than we imagined. Mostly, the build is made with the aluminium alloy material with the magnesium blend. It is not entirely aluminium which apparently makes it thinner and light in weight. Regardless, the metallic flex finish makes the overall build quality competitively high. The size of the Expertbook doesn’t necessarily brings the vibe that it could be this light with its 14-inch display and a sufficient width.

The colours of this ASUS Notebook are much more interesting with midnight blue hues that mixes the pearlescent effect of tiny pink and blueish glitters.  The first glimpse of the Expertbook gives it a slate grey finish, however as we mentioned it is not exactly that. The midnight blue is rather striking and also gives reflection with a Chrome ASUS logo that reflects transparently.

Now, let’s come straight to the star element of the entire review which is the ultimate portability with its weight. The laptop measures to be around 12.6 x 8 x 0.6 inches with the weight of just 2.2 pounds. This is a treat for daily travelers or the one who have to be more frequently on the go and be working at the same time.




The 14-inch display of the ASUS Expertbook 14 comes with a non-touch IPS screen that delivers the full HD Resolution. The 1920 x 1080 p Res makes sure to provide vivid, clear, and crisp detailing on the images and video graphics. The display is crafted with thinner bezels giving it a wider viewing angle and comfortable watch time. The matte finish of the screen saves it from usual reflection so you can easily work below the sunlight. There is anti-glare coating on the surface of the display so you are much less probable of getting any strain on the eyes.

Overall, the display covers nearly 115% sRGB colour gamut which means you will come across brighter, colder, and vast colours. The brightness of the screen turns out to be around 320 nits at maximum. This is not bad and not that great as compared to some higher brightness models like Elite DragonFly.


The keyboard attached with the ASUS Expertbook is slightly different than the other laptops. It is angled from its backside which is because of the Ergolift hinge. So, you will come across a lifted back from its upper edge, so the deck is downwards. This makes the typing experience comfortable than ever and you can type much more quickly.


Another impressive integration in the ASUS Expertbook 14 is its useful collection of ports. There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports added with the USB C which is found to be more than commonly included ports. Further ports include HDMI port, USB Type A 3.2 port, one more micro HDMI and a 3.5mm audio jack slot. The fact that there is a full-sized HDMI added in this laptop is remarkable so one can depend on extra connectivity.



Security Features & Extras

There are many security features that you will witness in the ASUS Expertbook B9450. The very first and prominent one includes the fingerprint sensor which you will find below the arrow keys. The webcam on the top of the display includes a kill switch and a privacy shutter which means you are astound and safe. There is also ASUS Number Pad 2.0 feature that has the LED Numpad that activates just with the touch of a sensor. There is also a TPM 2.0 chip added for the extra security so you can encrypt data and major information. It come with the ASUS business manager that is a preloaded suite to do all the encryption in it.


The ASUS Expertbook 14 performs up to mark for middling computing levels and somewhat advanced complex operations. It comes packed with the 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with the base speed of 1.2 GHz. The maximum turbo speed of this Expertbook is around 4.7 GHz which is brilliant for heavy loading apps or programs. The RAM inserted in the laptop comes with massive integration of 16GB and is paired with the solid-state drive storage of 1TB. You can multitask quite easily, even if have opened 10 tabs on Google, running software like Adobe alongside or playing videos on Netflix. Overall, the laptop performs pretty efficient for everyday basic to intense tasks without showing particular lags.


It finally the turn to go all over appreciation for the excellent battery life of the ASUS Expertbook. The battery power integrated in this laptop easily takes it through a regular 24 hours running time. To put it simply, this is a true all-day and all-night long laptop without any bragging or overestimation. In some cases where you could turn the Wi-Fi off the laptop is able to last longer than 24 hours and can go up to 30 hours. This is a remarkable timing for a laptop’s battery and allows you to take it through your vacation and travelling without any plug-in worries.




The ASUS Expertbook 14 is simply one of the best ASUS business laptops that come with rightfully equipped power, extravagant battery, and lightweight chassis. With its incredibly lighter weight, it provide triple the power and has a shining luxury look to it that appeals significantly. From the performance aspect, the laptop remains on the satisfactory side and performs up to expectations. You can totally work it like a pro if you are an office expert, business user or a tech-based student.

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