Monday, 18 May 2015

Laptops Asus Vtx5 Vs Asus Vta1

The Asus Vt-X5 and Asus Vt-A1 refer to the Asus G50Vt-X5 and Asus UL30Vt-A1, two laptop PCs from Taiwanese computer product manufacturer AsusTeK Computer Inc. Although they belong to the same mid-range laptop series, the Vt-X5 was released after the Vt-A1. Each Asus laptop has certain advantages over the other, leaving customers to choose which computer better suits their needs.

Operating System. Processor and Memory

The Asus G50Vt-X5 is runs the Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium operating system. The UL30Vt-A1 runs its immediate successor, Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium. Both laptops have an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, although the Vt-X5 uses the 2.53 GHz P8700 and the Vt-A1 relies on the ultra-low voltage 1.3 GHz SU7300. Both computers com with 4 GB of RAM pre-installed.

Storage and Multimedia

Although the hard drive of the G50Vt-X5 and UL30Vt-A1 is attached to the Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) interface and spins at 5,400 revolutions per minute, the former offers 320 GB of space while the latter surpasses it with 500 GB. The optical drive is a CD/DVD player and recorder, and the computers' video and graphics primarily come from a 512MB Nvidia graphics processing unit. A webcam is built into the top section of each computer's bezel, with 2 megapixels for the Vt-X5 and 0.3 megapixels for the Vt-A1.


A barely-used feature of laptops, the 56-Kbps modem, is included on the G50Vt-X5 but omitted from the UL30Vt-A1. Both computers have an Ethernet connection for wired networking; and both have a wireless network adapter and Bluetooth 2.1 + Enhanced Data Rate technology for wireless networking. The Ethernet can achieve up to 1 Gbps in data transfer on the Vt-X5, while the peak speed on the Vt-A1 is 100 Mbps. However, the Vt-X5 has an IEEE 802.11n compliance, while wireless compliance of the Vt-A1 extends to the IEEE 802.11b/g/n trio of standards.

Display and Power

Each G50Vt-X5 has a 15.4-inch widescreen, which offers resolution of 1,680 x 1,050 pixels. By contrast, the UL30Vt-A1 has a smaller 13.3-inch widescreen and lower display quality of 1,366 x 768 pixels. The Vt-A1, however, has an 8-cell, 5,600-milliampere-hour lithium-ion battery, which provides 12 hours of battery life, according to Asus. a longer period of operation than the Vt-X5's 6-cell, 4,800-mAh battery.

Tags: Asus G50Vt-X5, Both computers, Home Premium, Microsoft Windows