Asus Vivobook S 14X review:  Good display but performance is not impressive 

Pros – Solid productivity performance – Spectacular 120Hz OLED display – Good keyboard and touchpad – Conservative good look

Cons  – Inconsistent performance overall – Poor battery life – Build quality is subpar

Vivobook S 14X (S5402) from Asus is the first OLED laptop to include a blistering 120Hz refresh rate.  

The Vivobook S 14X fits that depiction too, with only a couple of exemptions. Its case is one strong variety, with no chrome complements

The Vivobook S 14X partakes in a strong choice of present-day and heritage ports. On the left-hand side is a solitary USB-A 2.0 port.

The Vivobook S 14X is the main we've seen that depends only on incorporated Intel Iris Xe designs.

The Vivobook S 14X's trademark highlight is its 14.5-inch 16:10 2.8K (2,880 x 1,800) OLED show running at a revive pace of 120Hz.

Its tones were broad at 100 percent of sRGB, the vast majority of Adobe RGB, and the vast majority of DCI-P3, and they were exactly at a DeltaE of 1.07.

CMark 1o Applications test, which is the best sign of efficiency battery duration, the Vivobook S 14X came to only seven hours.