As more people are gaining access to gaming notebooks, interest in the device has skyrocketed. The Asus TUF Gaming F15 is one of many fantastic options available for gamers who want a laptop with high-performance components without breaking their bank accounts or sacrificing quality on specifications alone! With three USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type A ports & headset jacks as well Ethernet jack this affordable notebook provides everything you need during game play while also allowing connectivity outside of it including via HDMI video output at 60Hz resolution due to its inclusion on an external monitor cable too – perfect if your screen only goes up too large pixels when viewed head-on but not off-angle.
Asus TUF Gaming F15 (2021) review: Design
TUF Gaming F15 is a sleek and lightweight laptop that will make your gaming life easier. It has all the features of an expensive, high-performance system without any extra frills or flourishes—a good choice for those who want something basic but don’t have time to mess around on their computer. However, if you prefer flashy lights and over-the top design then this probably isn’t what you’re looking for as it doesn’t fit into my “personality” anyway (I’m really just some old school gamer).
The exterior’s simple black color scheme brings back memories from when I used to review laptops during interviews with tech journalists abroad; they reminded me how proud we were about our work.
Although the TUF Gaming F15 is a true gaming laptop, it has just enough style to be used for work. The exterior of this notebook features hard edges and prominent branding that will turn heads wherever you go – but not in an overbearing or boring way like many other laptops on today’s market do!
Additionally equipped with all essential ports including three USB 3 Gen 1 Type-A outlets as well as headset jacks, Ethernet jack (Ethernet doesn’t have Wi-Fi built into it so keep your eyes peeled), full-size HDMI 2 lane output which can handle 4K video at 60Hz through to Thunderbolt 4/USB C connection slot.
Asus TUF Gaming F15 (2021) review: Display
The 15.6-inch screen uses an IPS panel, and while the 1080p display is quite rich with its buttery smooth game play that can be made even more so by using Adaptive Sync to get rid of lag when playing games like League of Legends or World Of Warcraft at their finest graphics settings—it only covers about 60% instead of 100%. Colors won’t always look accurate because it falls short in sRGB space coverage; However this notebook still gets most things done despite these shortcomings thanks not just for its bright yet dimmable viewing angles but also how loud speakers are on both ends (loud enough).
Asus TUF Gaming F15 Review: Keyboard & touchpad
The RGB keyboard is a great choice for gamers and casual typists alike. I found the keys to be responsive without being too loud, which makes it perfect for any work situation where you need your computer’s input immediately but don’t have time to speed-dial with noisy coworkers next door!
The touchpad performs similarly in both gaming sessions as well as regular use–definitely not something worth worrying about if all you’re going to do is write emails from home; however if video chat enters into play then consider investing some extra cash towards an excellent Logitech mouse (I’m using one myself).
Performance and battery
I have always been interested in benchmarks – but if you ask me how it performs when performing various tasks such as writing papers with complex formatting requirements OR doing graphics work outside-of-the internet browser (i.e.: rendering 4-minute long video), then my answer would depend upon what type of user one imagines themselves being: gamer vs professional designer/builder, etc. However, given its ability to handle all these different types no matter their skill level makes owning an MSI product worth consideration regardless.
This notebook is not about compromises at all. In fact, it packs some serious horsepower and has the latest processor from Intel: an 11th generation Core i9-11900H clocked at 2.5GHz with 16GB RAM for snappy performance in any application you throw its way! There’s also 1TB M2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD storage right inside to save your files without any lag time or stuttering animation when scrolling through documents like videos on YouTube (or even games).
This nifty device may look simple enough – what could be simpler than just two things sticking out of a little box? But don’t let appearances deceive; this lightweight portable PC comes packing both potent processing power AND high capacity hard.
We are Thankfull to the 1080p display and 144Hz refresh rate, when every game I tried felt really good to play. The fans did get loud during my gaming sessions though so that was a downside but performance of this notebook exceeded all expectations especially with first-person shooter Quake remaster which had above 60 fps without any hitches or delays in game play at max settings on high resolution monitor while playing games for five hours straight before needing an outlet!
I also liked how portable it is since you can take these sleek 17 inch notebooks anywhere unlike bulky 20+ inch screens where space might be tight already.”
The Asus TUF Gaming F15 laptop is the ultimate weapon for anyone looking to conquer anything and everything. Powered by Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H i9-11900H processor clocked at 2.5GHz coupled with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, 1TB SSD drive – this bad boy has got you covered! In true Asus style there’s also an app called “Armony Crate” where gamers can tweak settings specifically tailored towards gaming or other tasks they might need their machine for; which was what I did on mine too because why not? And don’t forget about all those gamer graphics plastered across my keyboard as well since it declared itself proudly built exclusively just like me.
The TUF Gaming F15 is a premium laptop that packs one of the best displays on earth, but its speakers need some work.
It has an immersive UHD screen with wide viewing angles and high pixel density (105 pixels per inch). It also includes Tobii eye tracking technology to enhance your gaming experience as you play! The only downside? Those not-so great audio quality from those little 2W driver things next to it; we’re talking tinny at times or crackling when distortion kicks in during louder moments – something Asus needs fix ASAP because this should be top priority given how expensive these laptops will soon become without improving upon such basic features first party by default like other brands do)
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