The Zenbook Y510 and Zenbook Z510 have been available since the mid-2016 timeframe, but the Zenbook M510 and M510 Plus have not been updated to support the Windows 10 Creators Update.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the newest Zenbook model to arrive on Windows, the ZenBook X51.
While the Z50-based Zenbook lineup has been a hit with PC gamers, its lack of updated support means that the Zenbooks are still not as powerful as the best laptops.
The Asus Zenbooks have always been able to deliver solid performance, but with the Windows Creators update, we’re getting the full benefits of the hardware from an updated design.
Asus Zenbooks Z50, Z51, and Z52Asus’ flagship Z series are made of the Zenboard F510 chipset, which supports the same hardware as the Z170, Z170 Pro, and ZenBook M510.
This makes for a solid and powerful laptop with a full range of features.
We’ll start with the Zenfone X1, which has the Z370 chipset and a 13.3-inch display.
The Z370 offers great performance and responsiveness, and the display is sharp and crisp.
The Zenbook E1 comes with the Z270 chipset, but this chipset has only been available for a limited time on the Zenlaptop range, and it has now been replaced by the Z390.
We’re not expecting any significant changes to the Zen E1 in the Windows 8.1 Creators Preview, so the new chipset should be a welcome addition to this new lineup.
The Asus ZenBook E1 (Z270) and Zenbooks E1 Pro (Z370)In addition to the Z90 chipset and the Z120 chipset, the Asus ZenBooks come with a few additional CPU cores to improve overall performance.
The ZenBook G300 is the most powerful CPU we’ve tested so far, and comes with up to 2GB of DDR3 RAM.
This should allow the ZenBooks to get a bit of bang for your buck, especially considering the Z350-powered Zenbook Maxx and Z370-powered Z370 Maxx are more expensive than the Zenkart Z370.
The ASUS Zenbook G300 (Z90) comes with 2GB DDR3 and an 8-core Intel Core i7-4710HQ CPU.
It can run Windows 10, but it won’t run any of the popular Windows apps, so it’s best to turn on Windows Hello and start using apps.
This CPU has a relatively high clock speed, and when it comes to gaming, we’d recommend turning it down to around 60FPS to avoid overheating.
The Z170 and Z170 Plus also come with an Intel Core M3-6Y30 CPU, which should allow for a decent boost to performance.
With the Z180 chipset, you can also choose between up to 4GB of RAM or up to 8GB of memory.
If you’re interested in the Zenpad Z370, you may want to consider the ZenPad Z370 Plus.
If you’re looking to upgrade your Zenbook, we suggest you keep an eye on the new Intel Core-i5 and Core-m CPUs coming out.
The CPU from these chipsets will offer faster performance and will be more cost-effective compared to Intel’s newer Haswell-E CPUs.
If the CPU you’re considering is one of the newer Intel chipsets, we’ve included a guide for upgrading from the Z540 to the X470 to see how you can do so.
If your ZenBook doesn’t support the latest Windows 10 updates, there are a few other options you can look at.
If the CPU doesn’t have an Intel chipset, ASUS has a few options for you, too.
The company offers the ZenMax X-Fi, which is essentially a cheaper version of the X-Max.
The latest Intel-based chipsets also offer up to 12GB of additional RAM.
If your CPU supports the DDR3-1333 and the RAM is available, you should be able to squeeze some extra performance out of it.
The Intel Z170 series are also the most popular Zenbook CPUs, and ASUS has also released some of the most affordable options for them.
The Intel Z270 series are the same as the X270 and the X370, but ASUS offers a higher-end Z270 Plus that offers a whopping 8GB RAM.
The X-Series, Z270, and X370 series CPUs also offer 16GB of PCIe 3.0 storage and 32GB of USB 3.1 Gen 1.
If these are not your thing, the ASUS Z170i offers 32GB and 128GB of SATA storage.
As you can see, the Z70 series CPUs have been updated recently.
With this new update,