Great battery life, slim design, inexpensive.
Good battery life, Great keyboard.
Strong battery life; reasonable price; slim design.
Excellent build quality. Value for money. Incredible battery life
Amazing battery life. Metallic design is gorgeous. 500GB of storage. Software over-clocking feature works well. Comes standard with huge battery. Lightweight. 4GB of DDR3 memory.
Light, attractive design, Long battery life, Solid overall performance, Good keyboard
Excellent battery life, Solid build and good looking design, Great keyboard.
Excellent price; superb battery life; decent performance; sophisticated design
The keyboard isnít comfortable for typing.
Some keyboard flex; touchy touch pad; feels a bit cheap.
Loose battery fit. Blue tint to screen
Available through e-tailers only.
Poor graphics performance, Screen a bit too glossy
Display has limited viewing angles, Small AC adapter gets hot under stress.
Touch pad too close to keyboard; tiny right-Shift key; no optical drive
By IT Reviews on August 03, 2010
The Asus UL30A is a serviceable notebook which, while it lacks an optical drive, has much of what else is needed for efficient everyday use. It is light and portable too. If you like the look of it but not the mobile broadband deal, you can always...-
By Trusted Reviews on June 21, 2010
A 13.3in screen on a laptop has always made a good compromise. It's just big enough that it's comfortable to use, but just small enough that you can carry it around in relative comfort. Machines like the Asus UL30A have taken this philosophy to...90
By PC Authority on June 09, 2010
Asus' UL30A delivers a classy, all-round package with truly outstanding battery life...67
By T3 Magazine on March 16, 2010
If you're after portability this is a brilliant machine, it's not particularly powerful, but it's fine for general office tasks and still outperforms a netbook by quite a...80
By SilentPC Review on March 08, 2010
Intel's CULV (Consumer Ultra-Low Voltage) processors are low power chips that help bridge the performance and battery life gap between netbooks and mainstream laptops. Take the Core 2 Duo SU7300 as an example. While it runs at only 1.3GHz (standard...-
By DigitalVersus on March 05, 2010
The screen True to form, Asus decided to use a glossy panel on this model. Although almost all the competition do the same, it is regrettable because of the reflections caused by this coating. Once again a TN panel, also in common with almost all...80
By Online Notebook on March 03, 2010
We will recommend the Asus UL30A-A1 when it comes to thin-and-light notebook. It has a fast processor and the battery life is amazing....-
By CNET Australia on January 29, 2010
If you've got modest needs, the value presented by the UL30A is hard to ignore, especially in light of its amazing battery life....85
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
Slick looks, a CULV processor and a huge keyboard make Asus' new ultraportable a laptop worth a second (and maybe even a third) look....60
By InsideHW on January 16, 2010
Quick view of the specifications suggest that the Asus UL30A is another accessible model in a series of small notebooks based on Intel CULV processors. A little closer study reveals that the list of components is not all that common, but after a few...-