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  • ASUS S200E 11.6-inch VivoBook Touchscreen Laptop (Intel Core i3 3217U 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, LAN, WLAN, Webcam, BT, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8)
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ASUS S200E 11.6-inch VivoBook Touchscreen Laptop (Intel Core i3 3217U 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, LAN, WLAN, Webcam, BT, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8)

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  • Windows 8 or other editions available
  • Up to Intel Core i3 3217U Processor Precision touchscreen for intuitive enjoyment
  • Sleek and light trend-setting design
  • Enjoy SonicMaster for impactful and richer sound performance
  • Feel natural smoothness with the ASUS Smart Gesture touchpad and 2-second instant on
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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions20 x 30.3 x 2.2 cm
Item model numberS200E-CT158H
SeriesVIVO S200E-CT158H
Form FactorUMPC
Screen Size11.60 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore i3
Processor Speed1.8 GHz
Processor Count2
RAM Size4 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size500 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionIntegrated
Graphics RAM TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Operating SystemWindows 8
Lithium Battery Weight300 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB009YUF4ZS
Best Sellers Rank 47,142 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available15 Nov. 2012
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Labor: 1 year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

The Asus VivoBook expands all aspects of customer happiness and Windows 8 experiences on frameless touch panels, making the most of the new operating system.

Asus designers have giuven the VivoBook a distinct look showcasing the flair and fun of Windows 8, while highlighting chic portability. Textured metal-treated surfaces, and an ergonomic edge design stand out, matching the dynamic nature of new high-mobility intuitive computing. Being ultra-light and extra-slim, VivoBook excels at making getting around easy.

The Asus VivoBook features exclusive SonicMaster technology with Waves MaxxAudio 3 for more powerful sound and richer bass, through speakers and chambers that have been designed for bigger 14/15 inch notebooks. It provides the best audio experience in its class, far outshining the competition.

The VivoBook is Larger, accurate, and greatly more intuitive with a wider range of gestures detected for true touch fidelity on touchpads. For quick delay-free resume from sleep or hibernate, 2-second instant on (with upto 15 days standby time) has you back into Windows 8 with seamless spontaneity.

Box Contains

ASUS VivoBook
Battery
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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Currer Bell on 19 Feb. 2013
I was looking for an Ultrabook so I had something fast and lightweight. However, my budget meant I had to aim for slightly cheaper - so I found this. After some deliberating, I took the plunge and bought it, having had a good look in-store. I am a tech novice so cannot go into very much spec critique, but these are the reasons I bought it and why I still love it after 2 weeks.
- The touch screen element was not something I was initially looking for but it works brilliantly and now I would not be without it. Windows 8 was designed for the touchscreen and it is so easy to get to grips with once you learn the tricks. I can alternate between touchscreen use for games and internet and then normal mouse for Office applications. It is a small screen, so if you have clumsy fingers like me it is great to have the choice. I don't think there is anything much else on the market for this price but this does not detract from the brilliance of this VivoBook.
- The processor is I3 and I wanted at least this for my budget. So far, so good. I'm no big gamer so it suits my internet browsing and Office needs.
- I am not going to review Windows 8 - but I love that all of my favourite things are together on one home screen. I can switch easily between this and a more traditional desktop. Takes some getting used to but the touchscreen really does help as it and Windows 8 love each other!
- The screen size seems teeny to me as I'm used to a larger laptop but I'm quickly getting used to it and it is funky, light and quick to put to sleep/wake up.
- I do a lot of word processing so a good-sized keypad was needed. This is fantastic on this notebook. Loads of space for the keys and mouse pad.
I love this so much! I did not buy it off Amazon so cannot comment on their service relating to this product.
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130 of 134 people found the following review helpful By JSR on 19 Dec. 2012
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I've had my Vivobook for less than a week, but I'm already loving it.

Until the Vivobook, I've been running Windows XP - primarily because I've enjoyed using my netbooks, but also because Vista and Windows 7's bloat meant that I couldn't upgrade any of my current laptops or desktops. With XP reaching the end of its life in early 2014, moving to Windows 8 has become a bit of a necessity. Recent experience on a friend's new laptop (a 15.6" non-touchscreen Toshiba) made it clear that Windows 8 is not particularly friendly on non-touchscreen devices. We had a very poor time getting it set-up for our hardware, and learning how to use it. The "tile" interface is a particular hindrence to non-touchscreen computers.

The Vivobook costs a little more than I wanted to spend, but I was sold on the touchscreen. I come from netbooks, so the 11.6" size actually feels a bit large to me but it's much more convenient, and lightweight, than my friend's monster of a 15.6" heavy laptop (which has the same resolution as the Vivobook).

The Core i3 & 4GB RAM is probably why it feels nippy in most circumstances and running several programs side-by-side does seem much smoother than on my previous machines, but typical use of opening programmes and apps doesn't feel much different (although it is faster than my netbook!). For the same price, you could probably get an i5 processor, larger screen, and more RAM, but you wouldn't get the touchscreen. Having used Windows 8 both with and without a touchscreen, I am more than pleased with my choice of sacrificing the faster processor, larger screen, and extra RAM in favour of the touchscreen. Without a touchscreen, Windows 8 feels like it's getting in your way. With a touchscreen, it feels far more intuitive.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Dixon on 12 May 2013
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I bought this for my fiancee for Christmas, as she has a 17" laptop that just isn't portable. I'm a programmer, and personally do not enjoy Windows 8 at all. I also need a high-spec machine to work with the cutting edge technologies I work on.

So why did I buy this?

Well it's got a touch screen. I'm all for touch-screen devices. They do work really well with the new operating system. Navigating through the Windows 7 Start bar has been annoying at best with touch devices in the past - but now it's all optimised for the finger! I've had a play with it, and the fact that an 11" screen can still have a good amount of content yet feel easy to navigate and use is a great thing. The present went down well, and she's even sometimes accidentally trying to use her larger Win 7 laptop like a touch-screen too.

Still - it's not hugely fast. Definitely don't buy it as a replacement computer, it's just not going to be able to perform in this role. It's not really any good at video playback, and it's slow at multi-tasking. Instead use it as your portable extension. With a service like dropbox, you can constantly share your files between computers. Use your main PC at home, save to dropbox and then take your VivoBook on the train, start it up and continue where you left off - it's that easy.

Pro's:
+ Small and REALLY lightweight.
+ Sturdy, good looking build quality.
+ Touch screen is really intuitive, and has multi-finger support (eg. pinch-to-zoom).
+ Quiet.
+ Long battery life.
+ Nice compact charger.
+ Seems to get a LOT of admiration, even from my co-workers who are used to extremely powerful machines.

Con's
- Not hugely fast.
- Not overly good at multi-tasking.
- I personally don't love Win 8.
- Touch screen occasionally stops working and the device needs a reboot.
- Comes with some useless ASUS bloatware.
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