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Asus Pro Art Studio Book 16 Review: A Perfect Review

Asus Pro Art Studio Book 16 Review: A Perfect Review

ASUS Pro Art Studio brand of creator-oriented gadgets was a stroke of marketing genius. It has helped to set them apart from competitors with a premium product line. The ASUS Pro Art Studio book 16 OLED H5600 laptop, for example, entices artists with great performance. It offers a stunning 16-inch 4K OLED display, and a ASUS dial.

Previous ASUS Pro Art Studio laptops, such as the StudioBook One, were workstation-like creation machines. They had high-end components like as NVIDIA Quadro 6000 GPUs. With components like an RTX 3070 GPU and an AMD Ryzen 9 eight-core CPU, ASUS is concentrating more on value for money.

Pros

  • Stunning Excellent performance on a 16-inch 4K OLED display
  • ASUS dial is quite useful.
  • Operation is cool and quiet.

Cons

  • Reader for SD Express cards
  • An extra USB-A port is required.

Display

Given the display’s suitability for colour correction, ASUS should have offered a simple option to modify the colour profile for video editing (Rec.709, DCI-P3, and so on) or photo editing (Rec.709, DCI-P3, and so on) (AdobeRGB, sRGB). That may be a useful setting in the Creator Hub, or at the very least a Windows Color Management.icm profile.

Asus Pro Art Studio Book 16 Review: A Perfect Review

Appearance of ASUS Pro Art Studio Book 16

The business like appearance of all ASUS Pro Art Studio devices are a crucial characteristic that sets them apart from ASUS’ gaming designs. It doesn’t have the lightest or smallest 16-inch laptop on the market, and its bezels aren’t particularly narrow. It is, however, very tiny, with a.77-inch thickness and a 5.28-pound weight — especially considering that it has “military-grade ruggedness” (MIL-STD 810H), according to ASUS.

Performance of ASUS Pro Art Studio Book 16

If you need more power, you can switch to performance mode, which increases output to 95 watts in “full-speed” mode and up to 135 watts in “normal” mode. Unless you’re doing GPU/CPU intensive tasks, fan noise is still manageable in performance mode, but the full-speed option can be quite noisy. Even so, it could be a useful feature if you plan to leave the room while rendering. Heat and noise levels are kept to a minimum.

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Anchal Ahuja

Anchal Ahuja likes to express herself through her write-ups. She doesn’t believe in doing different things but she enjoys doing things differently at TheNextHint.

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