Vivobook over the affordable level

Today we will look at the one of the latest ASUS Vivobook series that marks the start of 2022, the ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED from ASUS is part 2 in 1 Vivobook series. The model comes with the Intel Pentium 6000 processor and Intel HD integrated graphics card in a formidable OLED display that is specifically crafted for the budget minded ones.


The ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED design carries a fresh 2 in 1 slate which can be used as a standard laptop and a tablet at the same time. It’s carrying the weight of 785 Grams only making it really easy to carry and even with the keyboard attached, it is still relatively light to travel around. Body wise, the Slate is made of good overall body material design that comes with a touch OLED display with Gorilla Glass protection, EyeCare protection and a brightness that can peaked up to 500nits, making it ideal to be used by anyone at any environment at Full HD resolution further supported by HDR which is great for light content creation and video streaming over Netflix or Youtube.

Over to Audio, the slate does support Dolby Atmos Quad Stereo system which located on the both left and right side of the Slate providing immersive experience that it is pretty loud yet sounds are rarely over the muffled level, giving it a great audio experience and doubled as a personal cinema, everywhere.

The keyboard uses a standard chiclet design with good amount of travel which anyone can get used to it, including kids and average adult which is easy to accustomed to and relatively comfortable over long typing that is coupled with a big comfortable touchpad. It does comes with a kick stand that is easy detachable and separated for convenience.

Since its a tablet also, it does come with ASUS Pen 2.0 with four interchangeable pen tips ,2H, H, HB, and B with different frictional properties and hardness to suit any drawing or writing style and charging the pen is thru USB C.

Over to the trackpad, this is a fairly well spaced trackpad that features Windows Precision Drivers which means that all Windows 10 and Windows 11 trackpad gestures and navigation is properly supported up to 3 fingers gesture support.

Ports and Charging

The ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED comes supplied with the 65w USB C type charger that supplies charging from 10% to 70 % around 40 minutes on average. Over on the left side of the laptop you will spot one MicroSD card slot, 2 USB C port for data transfer with DisplayPort and a 3.5mm headphone jack Over on the left side, there is a volume rocker while at the top you will have a Power Button which also acts as a fingerprint sensor to unlock the Slate while at the front and back of the Slate there’s a webcam.

Thermals and Heat

The ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED does a good job in the thermal department with its surrounding aluminum material, hovering around 39 degree Celsius average in a normal temperature room while working on documents with close to no noises. Even if you try to load it hard over editing, it will just throttle on the processor’s speed but however it does not impact the overall usage experience.


Over to the display department, the ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED comes with an OLED 1080P 13.3 inch 550 nits, Dolby Vision with HDR and comes equipped with Blue light filter. This makes the display overall ideal for work and play, whether its indoors or outdoors, perfect for those who are using it for long hours for minor graphical editing, social posting and multimedia use with good color reproductions. In my experience over minor photo editing and video streaming, all is going well within expectations over the colors.


Although the Slate is powered by the Intel Pentium Silver 6000 Quad Core processor with Intel Graphics UHD, 8GB of system RAM and 512GB of NVME SSD, it is still performing quite well over task such as running a few light games, testing over PCMark, video conferencing sessions, Microsoft Office applications and Adobe Photoshop were running as expected without issues. However heavier tasks such as heavy render may not be suitable due to its 8GB RAM limitation and the Quad Core processor

Technical Specifications

Lid materialAluminum
CPU Quad-core Intel® Pentium® Silver N6000, up to 3.3 GHz
GraphicsIntel® UHD integrated graphics
Display13.3″ FHD OLED (1920×1080), 16:9, 550 nits peak brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut; Dolby Vision
Operating system Windows 11 Home
Main memory Onboard 8 GB LPDDR4x
Storage 256 GB PCIe® Gen 3.0 x4 SSD
Connectivity WiFi 6 (802.11 ax) with ASUS WiFi Master Bluetooth® 5.2
Camera Front: 5 MP Rear: 13 MP 
I/O ports 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C® with display / Power Delivery support1 x 3.5 mm combo audio jack1 x microSD card reader
Detachable keyboardFull-size keyboard with 1.4 mm key travel, 19.05 mm key pitch, 0.2mm key-cap dish
Included in the boxSleeve Stand, Stylus Stylus holder
Audio Quad stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos, Smart amplifier
Battery 50 Whr 3S1P, 3-cell Li-ion
AC adapter TYPE-C, 65W AC Adapter, Output: 20V DC, 3.25A, 65W, Input: 100-240V AC 50/60GHz universal
Dimensions 309.9 x 190 x 7.9 mm
Weight 785 g
PricingRM 3,499

Verdict & Thoughts

The ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED opens up with an appealing performance and portability that performs well in work, style and play that sits well on small desks and boots up quickly whenever you need it and also doubles as a tablet at the same time. The ports and expansions may be limited, but one thing is for sure, it gets the job done wherever you are with just one Slate, one can carry everywhere, with such flagship class display and audio combine, we can recommend this Slate to everyone that needed something affordable with productivity combined with its entertainment hardware inside.

Special thanks to ASUS for loaning us the product to review

ASUS Vivobook 13 Slate OLED (T3300) will be available from 25 January 2022 in Malaysia at RM 3,499

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