ASUS is helping you save a buck with the new Asus Vivobook Go OLED

Introducing the ASUS Vivobook Go 15 OLED: a sleek and portable companion engineered for both productivity and entertainment on the move! Boasting a stunning OLED display, this laptop liberates you from the constraints of traditional screens, all while ensuring affordability is the last thing on your mind.

Specs

ProcessorAMD Ryzen™ 5 7520U Processor 2.8GHz  
up to 4.3GHz, 4 cores, 8 Threads
Ram 16 GB LPDDR5 
Max Total system memory up to:16GB 
GraphicsAMD Radeon™ Graphics 
Storage512 GB PCIe® 3.0 SSD 
Dimensions36.03 x 23.25 x 1.79 
Weight 1.63 kg 
Screen15.6-inch, FHD OLED 
1920 x 1080 
400nits, 600 nits HDR peak  
0.2ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate
Battery50WHrs 
60% in 49 mins 
65W AC Adapter (19V, 3.42A) 
I/O1x USB 2.0 Type-A 
1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 
1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C 
1x HDMI 1.4 
1x 3.5mm Combo Audio Jack 
1x DC-in 
ConnectivityWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) (Dual band) 1*1  
Bluetooth® 5.1 
KeyboardASUS ErgoSense keyboard 
Backlit Chiclet Keyboard, 1.4mm Key-travel 
Touchpad fingerprint sensor 
Bonus features  US MIL-STD 810H military-grade standard 
180° lay flat hinge 
Webcam privacy filter

The Go 15 OLED has a plastic finish to it which you can clearly feel from the get go. Like many of the ASUS lines it does come with 180° lay flat hinge which allows the screen to go all the way to the ground. On the under side of the Go 15 OLED its raised high enough like other ASUS models to allow for sufficient ventilation. The Go 15 OLED incorporates standard design modelling of the ASUS staple lineup models.

The Go 15 OLED is the budget ranged lineup from ASUS which means you get to save money while still getting the full ASUS hardware performance. The Go 15 OLED is currently retailing at R10 999 and is available in Cool Silver, Mixed Black and Grey Green.

The Go 15 OLED has a pretty good computing prowess when considering how its a few steps lower then ASUS other models in terms of processor and graphics. This contributes to it being a budget device and bringing the price point down to more realistic price for people. The Go 15 OLED also incorporates the same OLED screen quality that other Vivobook models use and that’s pretty good considering this is an on a budget laptop. While the Go 15 OLED is has that plastic finish the build and the keyboard are all up to ASUS standard. Its nice to see that the way ASUS goes about doing their budget devices are the regular we’ll drop the quality of processor so much so that you get a staple model ASUS laptop but when you start using it you start to see snails passing you by. While the AMD processor is a cheaper option in the processing market they provide fairly good processing power which was a great choice in being added to the ASUS Go 15 OLED. TechSceneZA gives the ASUS GO 15 OLED laptop an 8.2/10 for great computing power, above average build and cost effective pricing.

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