ASUS UX21 Live Review and Ultrabook Q&A–Today

Updated on 17 November 2011 by


Update: Session is finished now. A report will go up soon. is now available.

I think I’m right in saying that this is the first ever Ultrabook live review and Q&A. It happens tonight, here on

It starts at about 2100 GMT+1 (Berlin time. Your local time here)

We’ll be spending 2 hours (yes, it’s going to get detailed) testing the UX21 and we’ll include battery life testing, video video editing, gaming, web, usability and a whole lot more. There will be a chat session (already open at if you want to log in and start talking) and I’ll take general Ultrabook or UX21 questions and guidance from you. Some of the session (not all of it) will be recorded and posted tomorrow. You’ll need a flash-enabled browser and about 1mbps of bandwidth to join-in.

See you later. In the meantime, here’s a teaser and a bit of World of Warcraft on the UX21…


5 Comments For This Post

  1. FredrikAug says:

    Great! Hope to see wow testing with various graphics settings and places, Orgrimmar at primetime for example. I think wow makes an excellent test subject!

  2. Chippy says:

    Ill need guidance as I’m not a gamer but I think we can work it out. Ill be able to produce a higher res video at the weekend.

  3. komoornik says:

    Is it on the newest BIOS?

    I’ve heard something about the not so great fan behavior after upgrading – it’s throttling speed very often.

  4. Chippy says:

    I have checked. Fan seems to be powerful and working well to keep turbo going at high loads.

  5. komoornik says:

    Sparking while putting power tip?

    Every new day and every new bad things about Zenbooks :)

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