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Posted by: SkyKn1ght
« on: February 01, 2015, 16:49:54 »

i have been using the Asus X401U for about a week now. i am fairly happy with it. yes it can lag at points and yes it does drop frames when watching videos with a higher quality, but overall it preforms well given the price range. i defiantly recommend this to anybody who needs a pc now and is not too worried about quality. personally i am only using it until i can afford to purchase a decent quality desktop. either way its a good price for a fair laptop
Posted by: ARiyan Affaron
« on: September 17, 2013, 19:10:00 »

Hey, may you tell me about the RAM? Is it removable SODIMM or integrated with motherboard so it look like permanent RAM. Thanks.
Posted by: S
« on: July 26, 2013, 13:20:13 »

#1 Read again. It's a 14" and you can see it by the model number. The 11" is a typo on this site.
Posted by: win vs droid
« on: July 20, 2013, 07:02:13 »

Asus getting poor & poor in term of value of money. the 11.6" , 1.7kg?? 3 hours battery life? its the big step back from the netbook generation. for me , 1.3kg , 8 hour battery life should be in this catagories.
AMD is nearly said goodbye in market.
why AMD A6-A10 poor processor dont just use it for Window 8 tablet . its will kill all currently android . because the Android graphic is too slow , too weak to handle the daily working basis. (no excel , no autocad , no photoshop is able to work fine in android)
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: July 19, 2013, 07:47:16 »

Inexpensive AMD netbook. At only $280 retail, the Asus X401U is one of the least expensive 14-inch netbooks. However, does the dual-core Zacate processor offer enough performance for daily use?

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