Asus Zenbook 14 OLED Laptop | UX3402 Overview and Guide

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Introduction of Asus Zenbook

The ASUS ZenBook 14 OLED UX3402 stands out for those seeking a blend of style and performance. Featuring a brilliant 14″ OLED display with WQXGA+ resolution, the visual experience is unmatched. Powered by Intel Core i5-1240P, 16GB LPDDR5, and a swift 512GB SSD, this laptop effortlessly handles multitasking and storage demands.

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The lightweight design at 1.39kg, combined with a sleek blue exterior, adds a touch of sophistication. The integration of Intel Iris Xe Graphics card, WLAN, and a Webcam enhances versatility. Running on Windows 11 Home 64-bit, it ensures a seamless and modern computing experience. The ASUS ZenBook 14 OLED is a great choice for users who want both aesthetics and performance.

Overview

Getting to know the laptop, Asus Zenbook 14 OLED

Top View

NOTE: Each country or region may have a different keyboard layout. The Notebook PC model can also affect how the Notebook view looks.

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  1.  Microphone arrays: For improved audio recording and speech recognition, the array microphones provide features including beam-forming, noise reduction, and echo cancellation.
  2. Snapshot: You may use your notebook PC to capture photos and record videos thanks to the integrated camera.
  3. Camera indication: When the built-in camera is operating, the camera indication illuminates.
  4. Panel of display: On your notebook PC, this high-definition display screen offers superb viewing capabilities for images, movies, and other multimedia files.
    • Touch screen panel available on some models: On your notebook PC, this high-definition touch screen panel offers great viewing capabilities for images, videos, and other multimedia files. Additionally, you may use touchscreen gestures to control it.
  5. Capital lock indicator: When the capital lock feature is engaged, this indicator illuminates. You can use the keyboard on your notebook PC to type capitalized letters (like A, B, and C) by turning on the capital lock.
  6. Keyboard: Full-sized QWERTY keys with a comfortable travel depth are available on the keyboard. It also lets you access Windows quickly, use the function keys, and handle other multimedia features.
    • NOTE: Depending on the model or region, the keyboard layout varies.
  7. Touchpad (on some models): You may now switch between NumberPad and the touchpad thanks to this.  The touchpad makes it possible to navigate the screen with many motions, making for a simple and intuitive user experience. It mimics the operations of a conventional mouse as well.
    • Numerical input is supported by NumPad.: Crucial! Note that the most recent version of Microsoft Windows is the only operating system that supports all versions of NumberPad.
  8. Microphone status light: When the microphone is switched off, this indicator turns on.
  9. Camera off signal: When the camera is turned off, this indicator illuminates.
  10. The Power button switches: To turn your notebook computer on or off, press the power button. Additionally, you can rouse your notebook computer from sleep or hibernation by pressing the power button. If your notebook computer stops responding, you can force it to shut down by pressing and holding the power button for at least four (4) seconds.
    • Sensor for fingerprints: Your fingerprint is captured by this integrated fingerprint sensor, which uses it for biometric authentication when you log into the system of your notebook computer.

Bottom View

NOTE: Depending on the model, the appearance of the bottom view may change.

WARNING

  • During operation or battery charging, your notebook computer may become warm to hot.
  • To avoid heat-related injuries, never place your notebook computer on your lap or next to any part of your body.
  • Avoid placing your notebook computer on anything that could obstruct the vents while using it.
  • The battery life of this notebook PC varies depending on usage and specs. Disassembling the battery pack is not possible.
  • To guarantee optimal compatibility and dependability, only purchase components from authorized merchants.
  • For product service or guidance on correct product disassembly or assembly, contact an ASUS service facility or authorized retailers.

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Air openings

The notebook PC’s air vents let heated air out and cool air in.

DISCLOSURE: Make sure that nothing blocks any of the air vents, such as paper, books, clothes, wires, or other things, as this could lead to overheating.

Speakers for audio

You may listen to audio directly from your notebook computer thanks to the integrated speakers. Audio features are managed by software.

View to the right

AMD model

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Intel model

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  1. Status symbols: The status indicators assist in determining your notebook PC’s hardware condition right now.
    • Two-color-battery-charge-indicator-iconDual-colored battery charging indicator: The battery’s charge level is visually indicated by the two-color LED.
    • Two-color-battery-charge-indicator-icon-2Power indicator: A notebook computer’s power indicator blinks slowly when it is in sleep mode and illuminates when it is turned on.
  2. Slot for MicroSD cards: MicroSD card formats are supported by this integrated memory card reader slot.
  3. Thunderbolt 4/Power Delivery: Thunderbolt 4 devices have a transfer rate of up to 40 Gbit/s and are compliant with USB Type-C standards. Experience high-resolution display features with Intel Thunderbolt technology by connecting your notebook PC to an external DisplayPort, VGA, DVI, or HDMI display. To charge the battery pack and supply power to your notebook PC, connect a 20V/3.25A power source.
    • NOTE: Depending on the model, this port’s transfer rate may change.
    • Opting for a low-voltage power supply for full notebook computer charging might prolong the process. To prevent damage, exclusively utilize 20V/3.25A power sources through the USB Power Delivery combo port. For further details, consult an ASUS service center. Regarding headsets, headphones, and microphone ports, connect headphones or speakers with amplifiers. Utilize this connector for external microphones or headsets.
  4. Port for HDMI output: Connect your notebook PC to another HDMI-compatible device using this connector to extend your display or share files.
  5. Type-C USB 3.2 Gen 2/DisplayPort: Combination port for power delivery The Gen 2 Type-C® USB 3.2 (Universal Serial Bus 3.2) port offers a backward-compatible transfer rate of up to 10 Gbit/s. Compatible with USB 2.0. To connect, use a USB Type-C® adapter. Your laptop computer to an external screen. Link a power source that has a 20V/3.25A rating to charge the supply and battery pack electricity for your laptop computer.

NOTE: Depending on the model, this port’s transfer rate may change.

Warning: The adapter may get warm or hot.

Keep it away from your body and avoid covering it when connected to a power source.

ASUS Pen (Depends on selected models)

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Right-click switch (button)

If you want to enable then click the right-side button

Left-click switch (button)

If you want to enable the erase then click the left-side button

Installation of Battery

  1. Remove the top portion of the stylus.Installation-of-battery-image-1
  2. Make sure the polarity is correct before inserting the battery once the sticker has been removed.Installation-of-battery-image-2
  3. Return the top half of the stylus to its starting position.Installation-of-battery-image-3

What’s in the box

  • UX3402
  • Sleeve
  • Ethernet Adapter
  • Power cord & Adapter
  • User guide

Zenbook 14 OLED Specs

Asus Zenbook 14 OLED Laptop
Model Zenbook 14 OLED (UX3402)
Color Ponder Blue
OS Windows 11 Home (Recommended for Pro)
Processor Intel Core i7-1260P 2.1GHz / i5-1240P 1.7GHz
Graphics Intel Iris Xe Graphics
Display 14.0-inch OLED, 2.8K, 90Hz, 550nits HDR, 100% DCI-P3
Memory 16GB LPDDR5 (Dual-channel)
Storage 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD
I/O Ports USB 3.2, 2nd Gen, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, SD reader
Keyboard & Touchpad Backlit Chiclet Keyboard, Touchpad with NumPad
Camera 720p HD camera
Audio Smart Amp, harman/kardon, Cortana voice recognition
Network Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth® 5.3
Battery 75WHrs, 4-cell Li-ion
Power Supply TYPE-C, 65W AC Adapter
Weight 1.39 kg (3.06 lbs)
Dimensions 31.36 x 22.06 x 1.69 ~ 1.69 cm
Built-in Apps MyASUS, ScreenXpert, GlideX, ASUS OLED Care, etc.
Security Power key with fingerprint sensors, TPM and McAfee
Compliance Energy star 8.0, RoHS, REACH, US MIL-STD 810H
Included in the Box Accessories vary by country, check with local ASUS retailer
Disclaimer Tested for compatibility with Windows 11
OLED Integrated OLED technology

How to Start?

Getting started

Recharge your notebook computer

  • A. Attach the AC/DC adaptor to the AC power cord.
  • B. Plug the DC power connector into the power source on your notebook computer input port (DC).
  • C. Attach the 100V–240V AC power adapter to a power supply.

Before using the notebook PC in battery mode for the first time, charge it for three hours.

NOTE: Depending on the model and your location, the power adapter may have a different appearance.

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Important! Details about the power adapter

  1. Voltage input: 100–240Vac
  2. Frequency of input: 50–60Hz
  3. 3.25A (65W) is the rating output current.
  4. 20V is the rated output voltage.

Important!

It is crucial to locate the input/output rating label on your laptop and confirm that the data corresponds with the power adapter’s rating. Certain laptop PC models may have multiple output current ratings, depending on the available SKU.

  • Verify that your notebook computer is plugged into the power adapter before turning it on for the first time. Always plug the power wire into a wall socket without using any extension cords. For your safety, only plug this device into an electrical outlet that is properly grounded.
  • Your laptop computer must be able to readily reach and be close to the socket outlet.
  • To disconnect your notebook computer from the primary power source, unplug it from the power outlet.

Important Warning!

Take note of these safety measures for battery in your notebook computer:

  • When it comes to devices with non-removable batteries, only technicians authorized by ASUS should remove the battery.
  • Removing or disassembling the device’s battery may lead to a chemical burn or fire risk.
  • Heed warning labels for safety. Using the wrong battery poses an explosion risk.
  • Never dispose of it in fire or attempt to short-circuit the notebook computer’s battery.
  • For non-removable batteries, avoid disassembling.
  • If leaks are found, stop using immediately.
  • Properly recycle or dispose of the battery and its parts.
  • Keep children away from the battery and other minor parts for safety.

To see it, raise the display panel

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Press the Power Button

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Gestures on the touchpad and touchscreen panel

You may use gestures to activate apps and access the settings on your notebook computer. Refer to the included drawings when utilizing hand motions on your touchscreen panel and touchpad.

Note:

  • The following screenshots are only intended to serve as a reference. The appearance of the touchscreen panel may vary depending on the model.
  • Touch screen panels are included with some versions.

Using touch screen panel movements

The gestures can be used to manage the settings on your notebook computer and launch apps. You can activate the functions on your laptop PC by making hand gestures on the touchscreen panel.

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  • Tap an app to select it.
  • Double-tap an app to launch it.
  • Hold down the button to reveal the right-click menu.

Zoom in and Zoom out

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  • On the touchscreen panel, spread your two fingers apart.
  • Press and hold both of your fingers on the touchscreen panel.

Finger slide and Drag

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  • You can use your finger to pan the screen left or right and to scroll up and down.
  • Drag to encircle several objects with a selection box.
  • To relocate an item to a new spot, drag and drop it.

Using the touchpad

Moving the pointer

Activate the pointer by tapping anywhere on the touchpad, and sliding your finger across to move the onscreen pointer.

Slide Positions

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Vertically

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Diagonally

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One-finger gestures

Tap or Double-tap

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  • Tap an app to select it.
  • Double-tap an app to launch it.

Drag and drop

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After double-tapping something, move your finger over it without removing it from the touchpad. Lift your finger off the touchpad to drop the item to its new spot.

Left-click

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  • Click an app to select it.
  • Double-click an app to launch it.

Right-click

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Press this button to access the menu for right-click options.

NOTE: On the touchpad, the locations of the left and right mouse buttons are shown by the regions inside the dotted line.

Two-finger motions

Tap

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To emulate the functionality of a right-click, tap the touchpad with two fingers.

Up/down two-finger scrolling

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Swipe up or down with two fingers.

Left/right two-finger scrolling

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To scroll left or right, move your two fingers.

Zoom out

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Bring your two fingers together on the touchpad.

Zoom in

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Separate your two fingers on the touchpad.

Drag and drop

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After making a selection, hold down the left button. Slide your other finger across the touchpad to move the item, and raise it off the button to let go of it.

Three-finger motions

Tap

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To activate the function you have chosen in Settings, simply tap the touchpad with three fingers.

Swipe left/Swipe right

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Swipe up

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To display a summary of every app open at the moment, swipe up.

Swipe down

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Press and hold to reveal the desktop.

Four-finger gestures

Tap

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Enable your chosen function in Settings by tapping the touchpad with four fingers.

Employing Number-Pad (on some models)

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  • Press and hold touchpad-iconfor a brief while to switch between the touchpad and numeric keys.
  • Tapadjust-brightness-icon to change the NumPad’s brightness.
  • Toadjust-brightness-icon open the Windows Calculator, press and hold, then slide anywhere on the Number Pad.

IMPORTANT!

NumberPad is only compatible with the most recent version of Microsoft Windows for all versions.

NOTE: Set the input language to English for % and = function usage.

Troubleshooting

Why won’t my laptop start even after pressing the power button?

Try unplugging and, if possible, removing the battery. Hold the power button for 30 seconds, then plug it in and turn it on. If issues persist, consult a specialist for possible hardware problems.

How do I access the ASUS ZenBook 14 OLED’s boot menu?

  • Restart the Asus notebook.
  • Press the Esc key consecutively to open the boot menu.
  • Verify the USB flash drive or CD-ROM as the previous choice using the arrow in the open boot menu window.

Black line on laptop screen

The horizontal or vertical lines on the computer screen could be caused by a number of issues, such as outdated graphics card drivers, incorrectly connected video cables, or malfunctioning ribbon cables. To determine whether the problem is with the hardware or the program, you could check the settings.

How to pair AirPods with a laptop?

Press and hold the case’s button until the light begins to flash in order to connect your AirPods to a Windows 10 PC. In the end, select Add Bluetooth or other devices under Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices.

Why my ASUS laptop not capture a screenshot?

Utilizing the Print and Windows Screen Keys

The Pause/Break key and the Print Screen key are located in the upper right corner. Using your Asus laptop, this is the simplest method for taking full-screen screenshots. In Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can quickly capture the entire screen by using this keyboard shortcut.

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes an ASUS OLED laptop a good choice?

In its class, ASUS laptops with OLED displays have the widest color spectrum. OLED’s minimal levels of harmful blue light contribute to its exceptional eye care and improved sleep quality. Smooth text scrolling and blur-free action scenes in games and movies are features of OLED screens.

Is buying this laptop the right choice?

The Zenbook 14 OLED is made to be quite portable, yes. Its gorgeous new design, spanning 16:10 2.8K, is incredibly modern and incredibly spacious.

Possess fingerprint technology on an ASUS ZenBook?

The fingerprint sensor built into the touchpad and Windows Hello technology make gaining access to your ZenBook 14 very easy and safe.

What are the key specifications of the Asus ZenBook 14 OLED UX3402 laptop?

The Asus ZenBook 14 OLED UX3402 features a 14-inch OLED display with WQXGA+ resolution, powered by an Intel Core i5-1240P processor, 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, and a 512GB SSD. It runs on Windows 11 Home 64-bit, and its lightweight design at 1.39kg makes it both stylish and performance-oriented.

What security features does the Asus ZenBook 14 OLED offer?

The Asus ZenBook 14 OLED comes with a power key featuring fingerprint sensors for biometric authentication, TPM (Trusted Platform Module), and McAfee security, ensuring a secure computing experience.

Can I use the Asus Pen with the ZenBook 14 OLED, and how do I install the battery in the stylus?

Yes, the Asus ZenBook 14 OLED supports the Asus Pen on selected models. To install the battery in the stylus, remove the top portion, ensure correct polarity, insert the battery, and return the top half to its starting position.

What ports and connectivity options does the ZenBook 14 OLED provide?

The laptop offers USB 3.2, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, and an SD card reader. It supports Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 for wireless connectivity. The Thunderbolt 4 port allows high-speed data transfer and external display connections.

How can I recharge the Asus ZenBook 14 OLED, and what should I know about the power adapter?

To recharge the laptop, attach the AC/DC adapter to the power cord, plug it into the laptop’s power input, and connect the adapter to a power supply. The power adapter has a rating output current of 3.25A (65W) and a voltage input of 100–240Vac.

What gestures can I use on the touchpad and touch screen panel of the ZenBook 14 OLED?

The ZenBook 14 OLED supports various gestures, including tapping to select or launch apps, two-finger scrolling, three-finger taps for specific functions, and four-finger gestures for additional controls. The touchpad can also switch between NumberPad and touchpad functionality.

What comes in the box when purchasing the Asus ZenBook 14 OLED (UX3402)?

The package includes the ZenBook 14 OLED laptop, a sleeve, an Ethernet adapter, a power cord, a 65W AC adapter, and a user guide. The accessories may vary by country, so it’s recommended to check with the local ASUS retailer for details.

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