The ASUS VivoBook E203NA is designed to help you be productive all day — even when you’re on the move. This compact and lightweight 11.6-inch laptop is powered by the latest Intel processor and provides up to 10 hours of battery life. And with pre-loaded Windows 10, it offers full compatibility with a wide range of software and peripherals. It’s the best laptop for people on the go.
Processor: Intel Celeron
Storage: 64GB eMMC
Screen: 11.6 inches
Dimension: 39.9 x 22.9 x 6.4 cm
- With its 180° hinge, the VivoBook E203NA can be laid flat on the table to share content with friends and colleagues. Its unique, durable hinge design has been subjected to grueling 20,000 cycles in open-and-close tests.
- The VivoBook E203NA offers effortless mobility, thanks to its compact and lightweight design. It has a smaller desktop footprint than an A4 sheet of paper and weighs just 980g, and it is 3 percent thinner than its predecessor, making it one of the lightest 11.6-inch laptops available. It’s the perfect take-anywhere laptop that’s always ready to go where your day takes you.
- ASUS Tru2Life Video technology makes any video look amazing. Through intelligent algorithms, it optimizes the sharpness and contrast of every pixel in every frame by 150 percent to produce incredibly vivid and realistic imagery — every time! ASUS Splendid display technology optimizes imagery to provide more prosperous, more in-depth, and more accurate colors — for any content. The VivoBook E203NA also delivers impressive audio, with dual speakers and ASUS SonicMaster technology for immersive surround-sound.
- The VivoBook E203NA includes dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi for strong, stable signals and fast data transmission speeds. As an added advantage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi is less prone to interference from other wireless devices operating on the same bandwidth.
- It doesn’t come with an optical drive.
- A graphics card can’t be added.
The VivoBook E203NA is a small but powerful PC. Its various features make a suitable and reliable machine. However, its internal memory can’t handle a graphics card.