ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6″ HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04) ASUS

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ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6" HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04)

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Pros: It can be concealed at the back of my clipboard, where I have it rubber banded in place. It is compatible with Kubuntu/Ubuntu Linux. It's not very expensive. I think I got a good deal on this device. It boots very quickly, and shuts down very quickly. Closing the screen automatically puts the device to sleep, very quickly. Cons: I haven't experienced any cons at this time. Overall Review: I got this device specifically to type text documents at any place at a moment's notice. I carry it rubber banded to the back of my clipboard. When the opportunity comes, I remove it from the rubber band, start it up and within one minute, I'm typing. The very first thing I did when I got it was to get rid of the preloaded Windows 10, by installing Kubuntu 20.04.0. I installed the full version, not the bare bones version. There's still enough space left in the drive. I had to get into Win10, to get into the UEFI / BIOS, to get it to boot from a USB drive. Once I did that, I was very easily able to install Kubuntu. So far, as far as I can tell, Kubuntu/Ubuntu is completely compatible. The monitor may be small, but it is clear and bright, and presents no problems for seeing and reading the text on the screen. The keyboard is small, but I am still able to type on it effectively, despite my big hands. If you need a light weight, small and easy to carry notebook/laptop. I recommend this one. Kubuntu starts up fast and shuts down fast. Since all I do is type text on it, and not all of the time, I've experienced very good battery life. I imagine that if I watched movies on it that the battery would go a bit faster. Take a look at the specs: This device is not for power users. only 4GB of RAM and you can't upgrade. Only 64 GB of storage, and you can't upgrade, although you can use USB drives and other external drives. It uses an Intel Celeron N4000 which does a good job running my LibreOffice text editor. Don't expect this to be a gamer. It's for basic document creation, Internet Surfing, and movie watching. I think the price is right (I paid 329.99, not including tax. Shipping was free). The reason I gave four eggs instead of five is because I almost NEVER give five eggs for anything. It is super rare if I ever give five eggs. But I'm happy with my purchase.


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ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6″ HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04) ASUS

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$329.99
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ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6" HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04)

User reviews

Pros: It can be concealed at the back of my clipboard, where I have it rubber banded in place. It is compatible with Kubuntu/Ubuntu Linux. It's not very expensive. I think I got a good deal on this device. It boots very quickly, and shuts down very quickly. Closing the screen automatically puts the device to sleep, very quickly. Cons: I haven't experienced any cons at this time. Overall Review: I got this device specifically to type text documents at any place at a moment's notice. I carry it rubber banded to the back of my clipboard. When the opportunity comes, I remove it from the rubber band, start it up and within one minute, I'm typing. The very first thing I did when I got it was to get rid of the preloaded Windows 10, by installing Kubuntu 20.04.0. I installed the full version, not the bare bones version. There's still enough space left in the drive. I had to get into Win10, to get into the UEFI / BIOS, to get it to boot from a USB drive. Once I did that, I was very easily able to install Kubuntu. So far, as far as I can tell, Kubuntu/Ubuntu is completely compatible. The monitor may be small, but it is clear and bright, and presents no problems for seeing and reading the text on the screen. The keyboard is small, but I am still able to type on it effectively, despite my big hands. If you need a light weight, small and easy to carry notebook/laptop. I recommend this one. Kubuntu starts up fast and shuts down fast. Since all I do is type text on it, and not all of the time, I've experienced very good battery life. I imagine that if I watched movies on it that the battery would go a bit faster. Take a look at the specs: This device is not for power users. only 4GB of RAM and you can't upgrade. Only 64 GB of storage, and you can't upgrade, although you can use USB drives and other external drives. It uses an Intel Celeron N4000 which does a good job running my LibreOffice text editor. Don't expect this to be a gamer. It's for basic document creation, Internet Surfing, and movie watching. I think the price is right (I paid 329.99, not including tax. Shipping was free). The reason I gave four eggs instead of five is because I almost NEVER give five eggs for anything. It is super rare if I ever give five eggs. But I'm happy with my purchase.


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ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6″ HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04) ASUS

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★★★★★
$329.99
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Description

ASUS VivoBook L203MA Notebook, 11.6" HD Display, Intel Celeron N4000 Upto 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, HDMI, Card Reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home S (L203MA-DS04)

User reviews

Pros: It can be concealed at the back of my clipboard, where I have it rubber banded in place. It is compatible with Kubuntu/Ubuntu Linux. It's not very expensive. I think I got a good deal on this device. It boots very quickly, and shuts down very quickly. Closing the screen automatically puts the device to sleep, very quickly. Cons: I haven't experienced any cons at this time. Overall Review: I got this device specifically to type text documents at any place at a moment's notice. I carry it rubber banded to the back of my clipboard. When the opportunity comes, I remove it from the rubber band, start it up and within one minute, I'm typing. The very first thing I did when I got it was to get rid of the preloaded Windows 10, by installing Kubuntu 20.04.0. I installed the full version, not the bare bones version. There's still enough space left in the drive. I had to get into Win10, to get into the UEFI / BIOS, to get it to boot from a USB drive. Once I did that, I was very easily able to install Kubuntu. So far, as far as I can tell, Kubuntu/Ubuntu is completely compatible. The monitor may be small, but it is clear and bright, and presents no problems for seeing and reading the text on the screen. The keyboard is small, but I am still able to type on it effectively, despite my big hands. If you need a light weight, small and easy to carry notebook/laptop. I recommend this one. Kubuntu starts up fast and shuts down fast. Since all I do is type text on it, and not all of the time, I've experienced very good battery life. I imagine that if I watched movies on it that the battery would go a bit faster. Take a look at the specs: This device is not for power users. only 4GB of RAM and you can't upgrade. Only 64 GB of storage, and you can't upgrade, although you can use USB drives and other external drives. It uses an Intel Celeron N4000 which does a good job running my LibreOffice text editor. Don't expect this to be a gamer. It's for basic document creation, Internet Surfing, and movie watching. I think the price is right (I paid 329.99, not including tax. Shipping was free). The reason I gave four eggs instead of five is because I almost NEVER give five eggs for anything. It is super rare if I ever give five eggs. But I'm happy with my purchase.


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