ASIS has a wide range of laptops in their gaming category, but I think it is their affordable lineups that are the most popular.
And today I have with me the ASU streak’s by 31 G, which is the latest affordable gaming laptop. It comes with the On You 90 and see you and GDC 16 3D graphics card and class around nine hundred dollars.
So let’s find out if you are being the right amount of money for this one.
Starting off with the esthetics, you can see there’s hardly any difference in its design language compared to the more expensive RLJ Streak’s Hero and Skar laptops.
It’s a bit bulky, but surprisingly compact for the size. But it’s not really like, though, with a weight of about two point four gauges. This is a standard way for a gaming laptop about its looks. It looks different from the other gaming laptops as ACIS.
His signature design is, well, classier than others.
The outer lid is dual tuned with Rush Texture and RTG logo on the side.
One half is hairline brushed and the other is A.I.s. The logo does not glow, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing because now you can also take it to your workplace without worrying about showing off too much. The bill looks metal, but it’s actually plastic.
And even so, the bill is really solid and it shows even just when you hold a laptop and the fact that there is no flex on the keyboard, it just makes a stronger case for itself.
There are air vents at the back and at the bottom, and there are also some forks at the back. Overall, a classic S.O.S laptop design. As for Ford’s, the charging Ford HDMI in the Ethernet are at the back, whereas others are on the right.
Three USP is and an audio check. But that’s all. You don’t get to SBC or an SD card slot either.
That means not enough force, at least for me. When you open the laptop, you are greeted by this fifteen point six inches full HD IBS panel and you get two choices of refresh rate here, a regular 60 hertz and a faster when 20 hertz.
We have this base variant, 60 hertz display. But still the display is better than I expected it to be talking about viewing angles.
They are actually good, better than some other laptops at this price range. Brightness goes max up to 80 nitz, but you get about 60 percent as RGV, which is, well, good enough for gaming and media consumption, but not ideal for professional content editing.
And while the bezels around the display are slim, it is not the same for the bottom area.
But even so, it did not stop them from making the bold move of removing the webcam altogether. Yes, you heard it right. There is no webcam in here. Strange.
Now, moving onto the keyboard, it’s your ACIS keyboard layout, so it’s a bit different. You have the additional hotkeys on top for some functions that help a quick actions during gaming.
However, what I don’t like about the keyboard is the size and the position of these arrow keys. They are small and placed in perfectly.
Other than that, I have no complaints with the keyboard.
The feedback is decent enough. The key travel is also okay and sounds are soft, but audible enough to be satisfying. There’s only a one zone RGV lighting on the keyboard and you can change the effects from ACIS Aura software.
Also, there’s four levels of backlighting to adjust it according to your needs.
The trackpad is better than most other gaming laptops. It’s spacious, tracking is good and Cheshire’s are accurate. The physical buttons are also tactile.
It uses Windows position drivers. So you get the gist on the power side of things. You get the latest. Nineteen eighty seven. Ninety seven fifty edge, which means great performance. And since this is a high end processor, there’s nothing much to talk about here.
However, you only get HDB of single channel around here, so if you want to increase the performance you can slip in another state and make it dwil channel talking about the core performance.
It handles things like video editing and photo editing really well, but you might want to take that color accuracy into account.
Just keep in mind that heavy apps run without any hitches on the gaming side. The GDC 16 50 does as advertised. It’s 30 percent better than the Judi’s extend 50 t’ai, but fall short of the 10 60. But it does handle all kinds of games in suitable settings.
You get about 60 frames per second in Battlefield five on medium settings and about the same on fourth fortnight in high settings.
As for Bob G, you get about forty five to fifty five frames per second on Ultra and 75 to 80 on medium. And as expected, the GP U is a bottleneck for the C.P.U because while gaming, the GP uses crosses over 80 percent every time. But the C.P.U does not go over 60.
Still, rest assured that it will handle all kinds of games and the temperature is also OK. What I mean is it gets close to a hundred degrees after like two hours of gaming.
And there was also some amount of straddling the dual fence, do a good enough job.
But it can’t handle long hours of stress very well, though, as well. The Bachi, you get a 50 watt battery in here, which I guess is normal for a gaming laptop. And with this, you get 4.5 hours on normal usage. And just one hour on gaming.
This means that if you are thinking of getting this laptop, you will need to carry the charger around every day.
So in conclusion, I think that this is a good laptop for the price.
It has the latest Intel processors and also has a variety of graphical options. Sure, the one with the 16 50 is kind of a bottleneck on the performance, but you can choose from various different configurations.
And if you ever happen to get this one here, display one, they’ll be even better.
On top of that, the stellar bill quality makes it even more appealing. Sure, it’s not as flashy with the single Zune on TV, but that depends on your preference.
I like it the way it is. It makes its presence known as a gaming laptop, but it’s a very subtle way and that, in my opinion, is close to perfect balance.
So that was our review of the Aizu streak’s. Five thirty one cheat. Tell us what you think about the device in the comments section below.