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Why Asus Vivobook S15 is the Perfect Laptop for Budding Youtubers and Entrepreneurs? #BeyondTheEdge #AsusIndia



Vivobook S15

If you are a budding enthusiast youtuber or an entrepreneur looking for the best laptop for yourself which is nearly perfect in every aspect, then maybe Asus vivobook s15 is what you are looking for. Asus recently launched its new VivoBook S15(s510) laptop in India which comes with top-notch hardware and a very premium design that raises the bar for mainstream laptops.Let us have a look on some of the cardinal feature offered by this new laptop and the reasons why you should consider it, before going for any other laptop.


For a laptop that offers you a lot and at the same time being lightweight is a bliss.Asus vivobook S15 weighs only 1.7kg which actually very favorably if you travel a lot.Talking about the display, it is housing a 15.6-inch display Full-HD display that is framed by an ultra-slim bezel that is just 7.8mm wide, giving it a class-leading 80% screen-to-body ratio. The display also has a wide 178° viewing angle and a high 700:1 contrast ratio for deep blacks.It has got a pretty fresh but a very minimalistic which is appreciated by a lot of people.


Besides everything, performance is something that matters the most for a grandiose number of people.Vivobook S510 comes with latest Intel 8th gen core i5 and i7 processor, coupled with Nvidia’s latest MX 150 series graphics, which translates to improved 4K video playback performance with power efficiency improved upto 60% from its predecessors.The MX150 is based on the 16nm GP108 chip, It is an effort to bring Powerful visual performance to the masses who need enough GPU for smooth 4K video playback and for the gamers.



Now talking about the memory, it comes with upto 16 GB DDR4 RAM and 1TB HDD & expands upto 2TB HDD option with 128GB SSD & expand Up to 512GB M.2 SATA3 SSD which can handle your stuff very dexterously.


The ASUS VivoBook S15 features two side-firing speakers that are powered by Asus SonicMaster audio technology.I have personally used Asus laptops that come with SomicMaster audio, and it sounds really amazing.Users can also optimize their audio using ASUS AudioWizard software that offers intuitive presets like Music, Movie, Recording, Gaming, and Speech Mode.ASUS has a dedicated group of sound and music-obsessed engineers called the “Golden Ear Team” who specialize in optimizing the audio systems for their notebooks.


Having all the bells and whistles of a apical laptop but not the battery life is terrible, thankfully it is not the case with the new vivobook S15.It comes with a 42WHrs, 3-cell Li-ion Battery Pack and Asus claims it has 8 hr battery life and Superbattery technology which gives 3X times battery lifespan & rapidly charge to 60% in just 49min.

Fingerprint Scanner



A fingerprint scanner is one of the most highlighting features of Asus vivobook S15 and personally, I liked it a lot.Biometric Security is an exigency nowadays.It is Mounted on the top right corner of the touchpad that works with Windows 10 “Hello” security login feature. This lets you to quickly and conveniently login and unlock your PC. This is actually an important feature to ensure the your data security in the event of any accidental loss.This is something that I think will be soon adopted by all other manufacturers in the industry.

Other things that matter


Asus claims it to be extremely comfortable for typing due to its design that features wide, separated keys.In addition to that is has a backlit keyboard for convenient typing in dark environments.

Ports and Connectors

This is simply a necessity for a creator to have a wide variety of ports present in their laptops, no buddy likes to carry tons of connectors and cables with them wherever they go. ASUS VivoBook S15 has a full set of ports that let it connect to just about any existing device. From a convenient full-sized HDMI port that connects easily to most TVs and projectors using easily available HDMI cables, to a next-gen USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port.

 Touchpad with Gesture Support

The touchpad of vivobook is smooth to the touch. It also supports Windows 10’s precision touchpad and multi-gesture input with up to 4-finger gestures, making it easy to switch applications or screens.One of the good thing about this touchpad is that it also has palm rejection ability so that it will ignore accidental presses by your palm while typing.


Taking about the pricing of it,the Asus vivobook S15 is priced at a pretty decent price for what we get with it.Here are the prices of all the available models.

Vivobook S K510 (I5/8GB/1TB/GT940MX Graphic) starts from 54,990 INR
Vivobook S S510 (I5/8GB/1TB/MX150 Graphic) starts from 59,990 INR
Vivobook S S510 (i7/16GB/1TB+128GB SSD/MX 150 Graphic) starts from 79,990INR

My Personal thoughts



I am also a budding youtuber and an application developer so, to conclude, here I would like to add few of my personal thoughts on this laptop.I have personally used Asus laptops in past and one thing that I like about it is their build quality is incredible and they are known for it.Things that I liked the most about this new notebook that is most advantageous to me are-

Design-Asus build quality, modernistic thin bezels, and lightweight.
Biometric security-Fingerprint scanner is the most appreciated feature of it.And nowadays it is crucial for data security.
Performance-It can deliver great performance considering the hardware that it offers.



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  1. snehasish ganguly

    21st December 2017 at 1:09 pm

    Hey nice article. hope you will get the prize.

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How to mine bitcoins in India? Is bitcoin legal in India?



How to mine Bitcoins in India?Is bitcoin mining legal in India?

Bitcoin has gained a lot of popularity nowadays, everyone is talking about bitcoins.All this attention is especially because it’s price has gone through the roof!  Though there are still a lot of people who are unaware of cryptocurrencies, and how they work.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a payment system worldwide.It is the first decentralized digital currency, as the system works without a central bank or single administrator.It was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009.It is an open source software. This means, that no person, company or country owns this network just like no one owns the Internet.

The system is peer-to-peer, that is, users can transact directly without an intermediary like a bank, a credit card company.Transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called the blockchain.

What is Bitcoin mining?

Just like anyone can join the Internet, anyone can help to verify and record payments into the blockchain. This process is called mining.In mining, users offer their computing power.Miners are rewarded with newly created bitcoins and transaction fees.

Currently, miners receive 12.5 bitcoins every 10 minutes. This halves every 4 years. The next halving will happen in mid-2020.

How to mine Bitcoins in India?

Now the question is, how you can mine bitcoins in India? There are mainly two ways by which you can mine bitcoins-


How to mine Bitcoins in India?Is bitcoin mining legal in India?

Bitcoin mining can be done by a personal computer, tweaked a bit especially for cryptocurrency mining.It requires basic software and some specialized hardware.

When mining began, regular PCs were fast enough to generate bitcoins. That’s the way the system was set up and it was easier to mine in the beginning.It becomes harder to mine as more bitcoins are generated. Over the last few years, miners have had to move on to faster hardware in order to keep generating new bitcoins.

It was found that graphics cards were more efficient in executing these tasks than the conventional CPU processors.So that multiple GPUs are assembled together are used to mine.

New faster hardware is being created by various mining start-ups at a rapid rate dedicated to mining only and with a price tag of full mining rig starting with approx $3000.

The software required to mine is very straightforward and easy to use and is open source, meaning free to download and run.

A miner needs a bitcoin wallet which is an encrypted online bank account. The problem is, as in most bitcoin scenarios is that, a lot of wallets are unregulated and are more prone to attacks.Late last year, hackers stole some $1.2 million worth of the currency from the site When bitcoins are lost or stolen they are completely gone, just like cash. With no central bank backing your bitcoins, there is no possible way to reimburse your losses.

The second piece of software needed for Bitcoin mining is the mining software itself.One of the most popular software available is GUIMiner.When launched, you don’t need to do anything the program begins to mine on its own and it looks for the magic combination that will open that padlock to the block of transactions. The program keeps running and the faster and more powerful a miner’s PC is, the faster the miner will start generating bitcoins and start getting back their investment made for the hardware.


How to mine Bitcoins in India?Is bitcoin mining legal in India?

If you don’t want to buy all these expensive hardware and worry about setting it up and all, then cloud mining for you.It is gaining a lot of popularity nowadays as it is a great option for mining.

Some companies like Hashflare, Genesis and Bitconnect have set up so-called farms to collectively mine cryptocurrencies for individuals unable to assemble their own machines, for a fee.Individuals can now spend as low as $2 to start mining, and these companies assure fixed returns every month which makes it a great option.

Is Bitcoin legal in India?

Even as economies like Japan and Russia move to legalize the use of Bitcoins, India, despite being at the cusp of a digital revolution is yet to officially recognize the cryptocurrency.
As per now, we can say that Bitcoin is neither legal nor illegal in India.

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The market in 3D printing is growing day by day with new startups each month. This industry holds the potential to capture the major market in the coming future in the automobile, aerospace, jewelry, architecture, medical, foundry, the electronic industry as well as in the market of production of household items.

But there are certain limitations to the great success, faced by the 3D printing industry today, the barriers which should be broken by the industry in the near future to build their empire strong and competitive. So let us take a leap from the world of words to the real world and see what are the challenges faced by the 3D printing industry today which must be overcome.


Scale and Size

In 3D printing, only one item is produced at a time. To print multiple objects at a time you will need multiple machines working simultaneously like a DNC machine. The cost of a single 3D printing machine is much higher than a CNC machine working on the same material. All this means due to the restriction of high initial cost only one object can be produced at a time. Multiple items cannot be simultaneously produced on a 3D printer, this is not the only limitation with respect to scale and size. Another limitation is the size of the product or the object being printed.
If the polymer is produced, the majority of 3D printers which are present today can only print items measuring up to 1 cubic yard and only 1 cubic foot if the metal is used as the printing material.

Credit- Makerbot

3D Printed Objects May Require Heavy Duty Post Processing

If anyone has seen 3D printing live, will know that the finishing quality of the printed objects is not that good. These products cannot be used directly by the consumer without processing done on it. Also, the problem isn’t only the lack of surface finish or polish, it is more about the dimensional accuracy produced by these 3D printing methods.


3D Printing Belies Economies of Scale

The most advantageous benefit of 3D printing, the sword of this king is the fact that this process allows maximum customisation potential. Unfortunately, this same fact carries one of the more potent disadvantages of 3D printing. That is the absence of economies of scale.

In simple language economies of scale is the cost advantage gained by the manufacturers when they increase the size and scale of the manufacturing system. This means to improve the profit margins, a manufacturer can mass produce them. So, decreasing the cost per item he has to put in and increasing the profit.


Large Scale Adoption Will Result In Significant Job Loss

Let us take for example, in a factory two type of scrap material exit the belt. A worker separates the two and places them in two different containers. If now the company engineer automates this system by placing some kind of separating machine at the exit, then the owner can remove this worker, resulting in the loss 0f job by the poor worker. So an innovation in the present technology or the process ends up taking away jobs amongst the masses.

This has happened throughout the human history. It happened when industries automated their processes, the same happened during the Industrial Revolution, during the Digital Revolution, and surely will happen in the future too. The machine operators will lose their jobs with the development and availability of 3D printers.


Limited Materials

3D printing is also known as additive manufacturing, which means building in additive fashion i.e. layer by layer addition of material from the ground up. While the technology is a major process breakthrough, there is a very limited number of materials today which allows 3D printing.

Some materials in which 3D printing is done are – ABS plastic, polyamide, epoxy resins, steel, wax, titanium and some more. The list seems interesting but very limited.


Printing Resolution

How small can you go in 3D printing? If you’re using a typical desktop 3D printer (or an industrial Stratasys FDM printer), the nozzle is about 0.35 mm in diameter. This means the sharpest outside corner that can reproduce is also .35mm in diameter, we cannot produce dimension less than this. On other precise systems, you could reasonably expect this figure to be around 0.116 to 0.175 mm in diameter.


Cost of Buying and Setting up A 3D Printer Is Very High

The cost factor is the biggest disadvantage of 3D printing. Yes, it is true that over its whole life a 3D printer pays for itself more than once, but the initial cost still remains something which needs to be put in once, at a time. Since the initial cost is such a high, the risk of setting a costly business comes free of cost.
For example, the top end 3D printing devices can cost between $300,000 and $2 million. Even the consumable items can end up costing a very high price ranging from $100 to $200 for every pound of material consumed.

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