|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.44 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||32 GB emmc|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics Integrated|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10.5 hours|
ASUS E200HA Portable Lightweight 11.6-inch Intel Quad-Core Laptop, 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage, Windows 10 with 1 Year Microsoft Office 365 Subscription
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- 11.6” ultra-compact design (2.2 lbs) with Windows 10 Pre-installed and 1 year Office 365
- Intel® Quad-Core Atom™ Z8350 1.44 GHz (Turbo to 1.92 GHz) Processor, 32GB eMMC storage, 4GB DDR3 RAM
- Free 1-Year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal ($69.99 value). Access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Onenote, Outlook, Publisher, and more.
- Full-size chiclet keyboard with intuitive Smart Gesture input and large trackpad, 802.11ac WiFi with Multi-user MIMO for the strongest wireless connection
- All-day battery, 2Cells 38 Whrs Polymer Battery rated up to 13 hours of video playback
- Product Dimensions - 7.6 x 11.3 x 0.7 inches
- Update the bios and windows updates completely
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What’s in the Box
- ASUS L402WA Laptop
- Power Adaptor and cable
- Warranty Card
ASUS L402WA-EH21 Thin and Light 14” HD Laptop
AMD E2-6110 Quad Core 1.5GHz Processor, AMD Radeon R2 Graphics
Get full productivity and functionality with more portability than ever with the ASUS L402WA featuring Windows 10 S.
Windows 10 S is a specific configuration of Windows 10 Pro that offers a familiar, productive Windows experience that’s streamlined for security and performance using apps from the Windows Store. Looking for more control over your device? Take advantage of the free option to move from Windows 10 S to the full version of Windows Pro, unlocking the ability to instal programs from anywhere. Simply visit the Windows Store to find out more about the free switch to Windows 10 Pro.
- Efficient AMD quad core E2-6110 1.5GHz Processor with integrated Radeon R2 graphics for crisp and clear visuals.
- 1-year Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription included.
- Windows 10 S pre-instaled. Windows 10 S is the new standard in portable cloud-based operating systems. Windows 10 S is the 100% app based version of Windows 10 where Store apps are verified and designed for superior performance and security.
- 32GB eMMC Flash Storage and 4GB DDR3 RAM.
- Optional free upgrade to Windows 10 Pro through the Microsoft Store.
Quad-Core CPU for Powerful Multitasking
The ASUS L402WA is equipped with a AMD Quad Core E2-6110 1.5GHz processor with Radeon R2 graphics that is perfect for multitasking, powering through your office programs, or video streaming. The ASUS L402WA comes equipped with a 14” HD display, 32GB of eMMC storage, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and 802.11n Wi-Fi. Make use of the included 1-year Office 365 subscription and download your favorite productivity software from the Windows Store.
Mobile Performance, Elegantly Crafted
Even though it’s a 14” laptop, it certainly doesn’t feel like one. The thin and light ASUS L402WA weighs only 3.6 lbs and is only 0.9” thin. It’s the perfect device to slip into your backpack or messenger bag.
A Touchpad With Touchscreen-Like Precision
Exclusive technology used in the production of smartphone touchscreens has been incorporated into the touchpad of the ASUS L402WA, giving you a highly sensitive surface for almost instantaneous response and incredible accuracy. The result – a more intuitive touchpad experience.
The ASUS L402WA comes equipped with a USB 3.1 Type-C connector with an “any-way-up” design that makes connecting devices simple and quick. USB 3.1 also delivers data transfer speeds up to 5x faster than legacy USB 2.0 connections! The ASUS L402WA also has USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI, LAN, and SD card reader connections for a wide array of devices and peripherals.
High Quality Speakers with Large Chambers
The ASUS L402WA features high quality dual speakers with larger 9cc speaker chambers situated under the palm rest. These direct sound towards you for a truly immersive experience as your favorite movies and music come to life.
ASUS Splendid Technology
The ASUS L402WA delivers vibrant visuals and brilliant colors thanks to ASUS Splendid technology. This exclusive technology fine-tunes various display settings and parameters, ensuring you get only the very best visuals. Whether you're watching movies or viewing photos, everything seems more real and life-like.
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|Processor Speed||1.44 GHz||1.6 GHz||0 MHz||2.4 GHz||2.4 GHz||1.33 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1366 x 768 pixels||1366*768 pixels||1920 x 1080||1366x768 pixels||1366x768 pixels||1366*768 pixels|
|Screen Size||11.6 in||11.6 in||14 in||11.6 in||11.6 in||11.6 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||32 GB||16 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||—|
|Item Dimensions||7.6 x 11.3 x 0.7 in||11.6 x 0.9 x 7.9 in||13.3 x 9.3 x 0.7 in||11.6 x 7.9 x 0.9 in||11.6 x 7.9 x 0.9 in||15.3 x 12.7 x 10.1 in|
|Item Weight||2.2 lbs||2.2 lbs||3.3 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.6 lbs||—|
|Operating System||Windows 10||Chrome||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10 S||Windows 8.1|
|RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3L-1600 SDRAM||Unknown||—||Unknown||Unknown|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11.ac||802.11.ac||802.11.ac||802.11.ac||Bluetooth||802.11 a/g/n|
ASUS Vivo Book E200HA-UB02-GD portable 11.6inch Intel Quad Core laptop 4GB RAM 32GB storage, Wi-Fi 802.11 AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit). 1X USB 2.0, 1X USB 3.0, 1X headphone-out & audio-in Combo jack, 1X micro HDMI, card reader.
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I was eyeing this laptop for several weeks now. I was hoping to get a good Black Friday or holiday deal on this item but that time never came so I bit the bullet and got it for $199 (which is reasonable).
At first glance, this is quite a small laptop. I’ve used 11.6” laptops before but with the thinness and weight, I was somewhat surprised by the size and worried that the keyboard would be hard to type on. It did take about two hours of consistent typing for me to get used to this thing. I type a lot of research papers and this is one of the more responsive keyboard laptops I’ve used. Of course, not macbook quality but definitely better than the other budget laptops on the market. Compared to my 13.3” ASUS chromebook, the keys on this model are more cramped together and smaller in size. However, it is surprisingly nicer to type on and isn’t mushy like the former.
As far as battery life goes, I started at 100% estimated usage time of 12hrs. I did a full update, streamed 30mins of video, played 2hrs of pandora, downloaded a bunch of apps and installed google chrome. After all of that, and approximately 3hours later, I still have 62% battery left. I imagine that it will live up to the advertised battery life with normal use. At most, the laptop has gotten slightly warm, not enough to bother anyone should you choose to to use it on your lap though.
Memory and performance. OK, this is largely the reason why I was wary of purchasing this laptop. It comes with minimal storage. After all the updates, I was left with 16gb of SSD. I did purchase a 64gb micro sd card for this laptop and all it took was changing storage preferences to get everything directed to the SD card. I did experience some trouble at first as the storage settings did not save for some reason and I had to redirect everything to the micro SD twice. It appears to be working properly now though and apps download relatively fast on this thing. I currently have 16 tabs open on Google Chrome (yes, I am that person) and everything is still running smoothly. The only lag that I’ve experienced was using the Edge on this machine. Do NOT use edge! Just download google chrome and save yourself the trouble.
Display and Build quality: Again, this is a very thin and lightweight laptop made out of entirely plastic, so it feels somewhat cheap. But I think the design and aesthetics may make up for that. At a glance, it looks like it’s made out of aluminum. I won’t go into what color it is, as it varies depending on the lighting. But it appears to be a more expensive product than it really is. The screen itself is actually pretty nice for the price. It’s not going to stream HD videos well but it’s definitely not an eyesore either. Another thing I should point out is that the black bezel on the screen is indeed plastic. (For some reason I thought it was going to be glass.) As far as ports go, all of them are in working order. I did have trouble with the USB 2.0 port as it was rather snug which made inputting and removing USBs rather difficult and with excessive force, unfortunately. I’m not sure if this will be a long term issue or if it will fail on me in the long run but I’m optimistic.
Overall, this is a nice inexpensive laptop that will exceed expectations for anyone simply needing a laptop for essay-typing, web-browsing, and light weight tasks. It is extremely portable and is a great option for people looking to travel with a laptop. For the price and performance, it's worth it.
Pros (for me) :
- good battery life
- good speakers
- good travel size
- good for watching movies and web browsing
- Windows 10 64 bit , 4 GB RAM, microSD port, fast A/C WiFi
- casting videos to smart TV
Cons: (based on my opinion)
- Hard drive is small - usable space is around 14 GB, 64GB would be perfect; but, this one is not a biggest issue for me - 128GB micro-SD card or USB are cheap.
- USB ports only 2 - additional USB 3.0 port would be awesome.
Bottom line :
For $199 it is a pretty good laptop for basic computing i.e watching videos, playing music, web browsing, and basic office/college tasks.Not sure about gaming.
First off, a little bit of background: I am a computer person. I build, rebuild, and maintain computers both in professional and personal life.
The Good Things-
This computer is light weight, easy to use, feels good to type on, and starts fairly quick. Everything about this PC is built specifically to be lightweight and slim. It is specifically built to do web browsing, emailing, instant messaging, and lightweight document creation. Think of it like a Chromebook but running windows. Youtube videos run smooth, network (while n compatible, ac-based) is wifi is zippy but wired is faster, and the screen is bright and vivid (with the right settings). If you are student that needs a budget document creation tool, this will do it. If you need a computer to quickly look up information, close and toss around the living room, or send emails to grandma; this machine will do it.
It also has a 2.5" harddrive bay in a cover under the bottom of the laptop (not advertised but it's there). I have installed (and highly recommend) a 250gb ssd for the additional storage space (and if you are going to be doing any type of heavy document creation, you will need the space). It works fine without reducing battery life.
At the moment, the longest I have used it was 3 hours before plugging it in, but that was because I was leaving for several hours. probably would have made 4 before having to plug it in.
The Not-So-Good Things-
The L402WA-EH21 has no documentation online, has no specs listed through the ASUS website, and apparently doesn't exist other than it is listed on Amazon for sale. The closest model is the E402WA on the ASUS site and comes in two different versions (i think the E is Intel based, the L is AMD based). Given that you are considering purchasing this laptop, all the documentation that you will have will come in the box; a basic start up manual, a warranty card, a small bag of screws (for the harddrive expansion bay), and a power supply.
The Bad Things-
I received this laptop and plugged it in and fired it up. Standard Windows set up and logged into the desktop. Always first thing to do is to check that Windows activated itself properly. It did not. Alright, so I thought there might be a problem with the OS that was installed on it, so I restored the system using the builtin restoration partition (takes about 45 minutes). I redid the Windows set up, and waited. Same information was stored in the restoration partition as was in the original install. Windows wouldn't activate.
Alright, being a computer guy, I dug out the tools and scanned the keys that were installed from Asus. The version of Windows installed was 10Home, the key installed through BiOS/UEIF was a 10RTMCore, and had an origin key of 10RTMCloud. All three of these keys are for different versions, none of which are interchangeable with each-other.
If you research the OS that is suppose to be installed on this computer (Windows 10S) you will find that it is identical and interchangeable with W 10Pro. Being a computer guy, I wiped the boot drive and installed Windows 10Pro from a flash drive (takes about 45 mins), did the Windows set up, had the OS pull the key from BiOS ... Windows not active...!
At this point I was at a loss as what to do. I did a few activation tricks and called Microsoft Activation to see if i could manually activate Windows 10Pro. Talking to a Third Tier Tech (first two were impatient and useless, about 45 minutes being bounced around), the Tech checked the three keys that I had. The W 10H key was already registered and in use (so dead), and the W 10RTMCore and 10RTMCloud had not called home properly. YES! Two keys were available, one of them was no longer viable. Here's the nail in the coffin, I asked the Tech where I could get a ISO (the installer disk) for Windows 10 S (10RTMCloud). His exact answer "Unfortunately, there is no way for you to get ahold of a 10S ISO image. They are distributed directly to manufacturers only." ... Great... Just great...
So... After all of that I had a brand new key, a new laptop, and no way to put the OS on it that it was suppose to be installed! Mind you, this is five hours into taking it out of the box. I finally was just about to throw it back in and ship it back when I decided to dig around in Google.
So... after about an hour, I found a fix. It's complicated, it's doable if you are moderately computer savvy, and have about two hours of time; no software needed to be stolen or borrowed from illegitimate sources or anything.
1. Get a Windows 10Pro image set and ready on a flashdrive and bootable.
2. Install 10 Pro onto the laptop WITHOUT changing any partition information (simply delete the OS partition and stall Windows 10Pro in its place) and bypass the key entry section during install.
3. Once the computer is set up and running at the desktop, check to see if the key has Activated. IF IT HAS YOU ARE FINISHED. If not, continue.
4. If Windows 10Pro did not activate, you need to find the installer for W 10S. You cannot obtain an ISO, you must use an 'Upgrade' like installer. The webpage to search for is "Test Windows 10 S on existing Windows 10 education devices". Read most of the page so you know what you're getting into, and download the installer.
5. Run the installer. It will do an 'Upgrade' install, move all of the associated profile information to a Windows.old folder on the C drive, and install Windows 10S.
6. Alright, you've done this step before. Go through the Windows 10 set up.
7. Once you get to the desktop, check to see if Windows 10S has been activated. At this point, Windows 10 pulled the key from the BiOS/UEIF and registered properly!
8a. At this point you are ready to run. Go ahead and use the laptop as you want. You will need to run DiskCleanup as administrator to wipe out the Windows 10Pro files that are completely useless and just taking up the tiny storage.
8b.If you plan on installing any software that is not Windows 10S verified (through the Windows Store) to be lightweight, this laptop HAS the ability to be upgraded to pro through the Store. Search for 'Upgrade to Pro'. It will upgrade you straight away without installing anything else. Everything that Windows 10Pro needs is already in 10S, anything that isn't will need to be downloaded and installed (which if you need them, you will know where to find them in Programs & Features through the Control Panel).
Generally, I like this lightweight system. It does exactly what I need it to do; run several messengers, word processing, quick internet searches, basic presentations, and occasionally watching Twitch. If you need a small computer, this will do the trick! If you need something to run Photoshop, you will need something more powerful. If this system had of been manufactured with the proper OS on it at the getgo, it would have gotten a 4/5 Star rating... Seriously.... SIX hours of my life are gone because someone in OSImaging didn't get the memo that the BiOS/UEIF had a Windows 10S and not Windows 10Home, or 10RTMCore... If you manage to get this system with Windows 10S and not have to go through a ton of set up, or have the technical ability to do EVERYTHING I did it will be a good lightweight system. At the moment, I cannot confirm that any of the units available have the proper OS on them. I have posted the above information for anyone that might run into the same problem and really REALLY want to give the system a good shot before throwing it back in the box and sending it back.
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