Following its predecessor’s steps, the Laser has its volume buttons on its back just below the camera, which allows users to reach it with ease irrespective of the fact of whether they are right-handed or left-handed.
The placement of the power button on the centre of the top edge of the device is somewhat inconvenient as users will have to reach all the way up to the top to lock or unlock the screen of the device.
Fortunately, though this problem is somewhat eased off by the inclusion of the double tap wake up feature in the device which allows users to wake the device by double tapping the screen of the device without having to reach for the power button all the way to the top.
The notification LED light of the device is placed on the left of the front camera and the navigation, home and option keys come in the form of non-illuminated capacitive keys placed at the bottom of the device a little above its metallic chin.
The device comes with the standard set of connectivity features with Bluetooth 4.0 and WLAN 802.11 b/g/n. Unfortunately, though the NFC feature which was present in its predecessors, is missing from the device.
Stay tuned for more update on Asus ZenFone 2 Laser.