The Ultrabook has been one of the most headline-grabbing developments in notebook computing over the last few years. Even if the MacBook Air is technically not a member of this genre, it was clearly the inspiration for it, and one of its closest emulations has been Asus’ delightfully metallic Zenbooks. The Prime UX32A is the latest incarnation, and whilst the chassis isn’t radically different from previous Zenbooks, there are some very welcome improvements elsewhere.
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