|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Atom N2600|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel UMA|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||12 hours|
ASUS 1025C-MU17-PK 10.1-Inch Netbook (Pink)
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- Intel atom n2600 Processor 1.6GHz
- 1 GB DIMM
- 320 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive Solid-State Drive
- 10.1-Inch ScreenIntel UMA
- Windows 7 Starter
Top Customer Reviews
Ordinarily the the 1025c would be an attractive but average netbook (with performance at or below previous generation models but with less energy consumption), but the poor graphics rendering in combination with the lack of RAM options took the 1025c from a four-star netbook down to a one-star rating.
I can't think of anybody who would benefit from the ASUS 1025c. It is sub par out of the box, which means mainstream users will be frustrated. While it can do the things it advertises, it doesn't do many of them well. The geeky among us who are brave and knowledgeable enough to turn sub-par devices into something usable will also be disappointed. Manually providing the much-needed RAM upgrade voids the warranty and the drivers necessary to take advantage of many of this netbook's features in other operating systems are poorly supported or non-existent. To find out why I've come to that conclusion, read the details below.
Otherwise, consider a Kindle Fire or smartphone for a cheap internet device, an AMD Brazos-powered netbook for an energy-saving multimedia device, or... well... if I had another productivity netbook to recommend, I would have purchased that instead.
- attractive casing
- solid build and keyboard
- perfect size for me
- decent price
- power-sipper/battery life
- lack of productivity = low value, despite decent price
- Intel chipsets fall short/aren't ready
- Poor support for OSes outside of 32-bit Windows 7 Starter
- Poor Intel graphics within 32-bit Windows 7 Starter
- 1gig RAM is not enough to be productive in Windows 7 Starter
- no USB 3.0
- Did I mention that the Intel chips fall short?Read more ›
Overall, the battery life is phenominal so, as a writer, I can take it where I want and dont have to worry about dragging around the power cord. I love my new netbook!
I had glitchy netflix issues, but when I took it off HD mode in netflix it worked fine. Really... is HD needed on a 10.1 inch screen...? I find standard deff is fine even with a 26" monitor plugged in, and it displays on an external monitor just fine.
At first, with a light weight anti-virus program and after uninstalling the bloat ware, I got an amazing battery life -- two days unplugged, on-and off use, this included some hours of netfix watching and web surfing and was very impressed. Speed was certainly as good as expected from a low end computer/netbook. Now, after installing the full-on virus protection and phone sync software, both insist on having more programs in continuous residence, it is painfully obvious that it needs the additional 1mb ram to preform as well.. now it runs at 80% of RAM without anything else running ... so as you use it, it has to cache more to the hard drive, so then the hard drive runs most of the time and this drains the battery much faster..... but even still I think it should get you through an 8 hour plane flight.
Really Asus, would it have killed ya to put a little door to upgrade the memory and keep it upgradable... like every other laptop I've had... ? (The documentation indicates some models have a door)...Read more ›
I purchased my 1025C Black for $149 fulfilled by Amazon. It was labeled just as "Good" condition. I expected a few flaws, but there are none!. I purchased many used items "fulfilled by Amazon" and have always been happy :)
This machine is very zippy for a small guy, the HDMI works nicely by just connecting your display to the port. The machine does not have a lot of bloat-ware on it. I did remove the crippled Office 2010, Asus Vibe "Asus fun center", the eee Dock (a pull down that has a few bloat apps on it), but the rest of the system were items that were useful. This maybe one of the first systems that I was able to use the "stock" OS on without feeling I had "Clean out" the system. Thanks Asus! hmm.. much hardware I'm collecting seems to bear ASUS's logos on them?
Does look it's best in the 1024x600 mode but the panel can switch to 1024x768 with a tad of pixel tearing. FN+F4 offers 800x600, 1024x600, and 1024x768 modes. Nice brightness and contrast.
Wireless Lan Adaptor:
this is the first net/laptop I have used that REALLY performs well using a N router. Yes, there is a difference between the G and N using this netbook.
Wired Lan Adaptor:
Using the performance monitor copying files over the LAN (Cat5 100Megabit) yielded a consistent 96-99% usage rate. very efficient (remember this is a netbook).
System is preloaded with Windows 7 Starter OS x86 (32 bit version). The Boot disk for a x64 version of W7 Starter will refuse to load the installer.
USB 3.0 Ports:
using a Patriot memory systems 32G USB 3.0 thumb drive, I was able to image the C:\ (12g data) to a image file in 12 mins.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is a sub par netbook.
it does not come with enough memory, and to upgrade the memory you need to totally disassemble it. Read more
Seller had a very hard to find item, and it's working great.Published 15 months ago by Aaron glassburn
Delivered on time and great notebook especially the color - all white.Published 21 months ago by Smiling K
works fine but a bit slow. I'm going to replace it with a surface pro 3 as soon as I Can. May need both on a long plane trip as the surface is only supposed to last 8 hours and I... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bill
Before I thought I wanted a 13' laptop I bought this one thinking I would like it. I did, but thought it was too small. I sent it back. Now I wish I had kept it. Read morePublished on March 2, 2014 by patricia bryan
I like this little netbook, and I've used the heck out of it in Wi-Fi situations, but it does have a couple of really annoying issues that I do not like. Read morePublished on February 12, 2014 by FlashMan81
Poor performance from the very beginning. .runs slow very unhappy with this purchase. The only benifit of this computer is its compact designPublished on February 10, 2014 by LaSandra
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