ASUS Zenbook UX330UA
This article covers configuration specific to this laptop's hardware.
|Device||Status||Kernel modules||X.org modules|
|Bluetooth adapter||does not work|
|Wireless NIC||Works (5GHz doesn't)||iwl|
This page contains instructions, tips, pointers, and links for installing and configuring Arch Linux on the Asus ZenBook UX330UA. As of this time Asus' UX330UA page is outdated. Use Amazon's page for reference till Asus updates they site info.
Hardware reference from UX330UA-AH54 (2017 variant). 2017 Model available since 24 feb 2017.
See  for specific hardware information.
See  for UX330UAK (Kaby Lake) hardware information. Physically labelled with UX330UA-AH54 on laptop, but shows UX330UAK in dmesg. See and contribute to discussion tab of this page for fixes.
Works after installing.
If default Palm Detection doesn't work well, one can manually disable part of the trackpad by setting AreaEdge properties.
You can do this on the fly or add these parameters in the config file:
$ synclient AreaLeftEdge=500 $ synclient AreaRightEdge=2500
Works Perfectly as of Kernel: 4.11.2-1-ARCH and.
Intel Dual Band wifi. Should work with recent kernels. 3.10+ with iwlwifi. See Wireless network configuration#iwlwifi for details.
There is a kernel panic with 5GHz frequencies: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/53317 https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=195299
No issues to report so far. Working perfectly with Intel HD620.
See also Intel graphics#SNA issues.
QHD+ Pentile Display
Some models include a 3200x1800 (faux-3200x1800 RG/BW Pentile) screen, which displays very tiny characters, and can make them difficult to read due to its incomplete subpixel matrix.
For Firefox and Thunderbird, add the below property in the about:config area
Kernel 4.11.2-1-ARCH FN+f5 lowers brightness, fn+f6 increases brightness, fn+f11 lowers sound, fn+f12 increases sound. Working fine with Arch and gnome without tweaking anything.
- ASUS Zenbook UX330UA
- Debian Wiki has yet to create a thread on UX330UA-AH54.