ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook 16 Laptop, 16″ HD Display, AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS CPU(8-Core, Beat i7-1195G7), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, WiFi 6, Chiclet Keyboard, Windows…

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  • 【Processor】Unleash the potential of the ASUS Vivobook Laptop, driven by the potent AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS processor. Clocking at 2.80 GHz and surging to an impressive 4.40 GHz Max Boost, this powerhouse boasts 8 cores and 16 threads, empowered by a sizable 16 MB Cache. All of this power is wrapped in a thin and lightweight design, ensuring maximum portability without compromising performance.
  • 【Vivid Display】Immerse yourself in a 16″ HD Display that showcases a captivating 1920 x 1080 resolution. Revel in the impressive color accuracy and clarity this display offers, all while benefiting from the energy-efficient LED backlight that enhances your visual experience.
  • 【Enhanced Performance】Elevate your laptop’s capabilities with up to 40GB DDR4 RAM, a substantial upgrade that transforms multitasking and overall performance. Coupled with the potential of up to 1TB SSD storage, embrace the advantages of swifter start-up times, noiseless operation (thanks to the absence of moving parts), and reduced heat emissions and battery drain.
  • 【Seamless Connectivity】Experience the power of WiFi 6 (802.11 ax), a flexible dual-band connectivity solution that boasts enhanced reliability through two data streams and antennas. Immerse yourself in Wi-Fi speeds that can achieve nearly 3X faster performance. Stay connected effortlessly, regardless of your location.
  • 【Windows 11 Pro Operating System】Please ask customer service for Windows 11 pro digital key to upgrade windows system.
ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook 16 Laptop, 16″ HD Display, AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS CPU(8-Core, Beat i7-1195G7), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, WiFi 6, Chiclet Keyboard, Windows…
ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook 16 Laptop, 16″ HD Display, AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS CPU(8-Core, Beat i7-1195G7), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, WiFi 6, Chiclet Keyboard, Windows…


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Specification: ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook 16 Laptop, 16″ HD Display, AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS CPU(8-Core, Beat i7-1195G7), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, WiFi 6, Chiclet Keyboard, Windows…

Standing screen display size

‎16 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1600 x 768 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1600 x 768 Pixels


‎4.4 GHz ryzen_7_5800h



Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

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‎AMD Radeon Graphics

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‎ASUS Vivobook 16

Item model number

‎ASUS Vivobook 16

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎4.14 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.12 x 0.78 x 9.82 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.12 x 0.78 x 9.82 inches


‎Quiet Blue

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Reviews (7)

7 reviews for ASUS 2024 Newest Vivobook 16 Laptop, 16″ HD Display, AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS CPU(8-Core, Beat i7-1195G7), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, WiFi 6, Chiclet Keyboard, Windows…

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  1. Sharon Edwards

    very nice laptop nice fast start up and good quality built in speakers. Super fast when searching the web and very happy with this laptop!

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  2. ak05

    This machine was an unexpected surprise at only 199 dollars!
    I bought it for my parents as an entry level laptop that could deal with their daily tasks and last them a while, and while I wasn’t expecting too much from this machine, I am glad I went for it as it’s pretty rock solid.

    I always dreaded to buy anything with the “Celeron” mark on it, so this was a tough choice. I was going to go for the similar model that’s powered by an i3 and also has an optical DVD combo burner. In the end, availability and economy, plus a lot of reading of reviews, veered me towards this machine. The specs are basically the same save for 2 extra GB of RAM and Hyperthreading technology available on the i3 model. Other than that, this is the exact same machine.

    The computer works great with everything I tested it with. I ran a bunch of Modern UI and legacy apps on Windows 8.1 without problems. I ran into a few issues with the App Store but this is all Windows fault,m really, and nothing to do with the machine. I bet reinstalling this to Windows 7 64-bit would work awesome. But I think Windows 8 is better suited to my parents and for general family use.
    I was expecting the lack of the 2 threads the i3 model had would be very noticeable, but I guess it kind of compensates by having the two cores clocked at a higher frequency.

    This machine is LARGE, I mean, I never had a laptop this huge. I chose this size because I thought the readability would be better for older people, specially since the resolution of the screen, 1366×768, it’s not gigantic. Had this been full 1080, I think text would have been too small to read for my parents, and although you can use the enlarge option for UI elements on Windows, it doesn’t always work well with a lot of applications. Still, if you want something transportable, this might not be the best choice. In our case the machine will stay at home all the time and moved here and there rarely. It’s perfect for that and takes less space than the desktop my parents currently have.

    Despite its large size, the machine is rather lightweight, though. I think not having an optical drive helps a lot in this aspect.

    Battery life was excellent. I had it on installing stuff and watched a Flash Player based movie and it lasted for about 5 hours, I plugged it in when it still had a bunch of juice left!

    The lowest point of this machine is probably the hard drive. I found it to be rather slow for my liking, but then again, I am probably spoiled because I have had an SSD in my main machine for over 3 years and things are so fast with it. I guess I’ll update it to an SSD when the warranty runs out.

    It also comes with some ASUS garbage-ware that I proceeded to remove right away. Don’t remove everything though, some things are needed for the machine’s operation. But stuff like 30 day trial of McAfee is total garbage (I replaced it right away with the great, and free, Avast).

    In all, this is a VERY recommended entry level family laptop, that excels in its battery life and the “bang for your buck” factor. It will do everything you want to do at home smoothly and without problems, and it won’t kill your wallet in the process.

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  3. Denis Moreno

    Durable, bonne performance

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  4. Amazon Customer

    Seems a bit laggy. The left mouse button sometimes stops working and I need to restart it. Processor speed seems a but slow. Nice sleek machine though.

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  5. eeva_v

    I bought this laptop specifically for school work and general internet browsing. I honestly love this computer because it runs faster than any of my other ones (but they are all outdated). Out of curiosity I attempted to run Minecraft but it lagged the whole time. I’ve ran into a couple of issues after installing curtain programs and had problems with Windows updates themselves, but this was my own fault for the programs and Microsoft.

    If you’re looking for a simple inexpensive laptop for doing work/assignments, researching, and just browsing the internet, I recommend this one!

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  6. Sunny

    I’ve had this laptop for over 2 years now and I really have been quite pleased overall. I will say that the packaging was not the most protective of the unit when I first received my order by mail. But, that did not seem to affect the operation of the computer.

    Originally, I had to replace my beloved Mac laptop, but this was a much more cost effective option. I’ve never been a huge fan of PC’s, but I figured it certainly won’t hurt to be somewhat competent with both systems. It came loaded with Windows 8.1 and that was not the best operating system, for numerous reasons, mostly b/c it was not compatible with several apps I wanted like Open Office, and Windows Defender was not the most effective anti-virus protection. I was infiltrated several times early on in the first 6 months since purchase. A co-worker (who was an IT guy) helped me out with several of the free anti-virus programs out there, but I still got infected numerous times.

    During the first year, when it was still under warranty, I was able to contact ASUS directly and they did a factory reset for me. This helped clear the whole infection mess, and I appreciated that they could help me in this regard. Eventually I just bit the bullet and went with McAfee–even if I had to pay for it. No problems since, in the past 2+ years.

    On another note about the year warranty. Since I was not the most impressed with Windows 8.1 that this came loaded with, I called ASUS to see about actually downgrading to Windows 7. I would not be able to do this without nullifying the year-long warranty, so that was something I just had to accept (for the time being)

    Then came the free Windows 10 upgrade. I took a while to jump on board (b/c I feared a larger learning curve than I actually needed), but since upgrading, I’ve been happy with this decision. I like the format better than those useless tiles of Windows 8. It’s okay to have them some of the time, and with Windows 10, I get to be the one who decides how much of them I want to use (basically, not at all). I have not yet downloaded Open Office (not a priority at the moment), but I assume it will work on Windows 10. We’ll see.

    Of course the most other obvious shortfall is the fact that there is no optical drive in this machine. But even Mac is discontinuing optical drives in their laptops, and now they are extras to add on, across the board. I’ve lived without it for 2 years, but got an external optical drive as a gift this year. Still haven’t chosen an app to play it yet..been lazy to do the research (not a priority).

    So back to the basic premise. You get quite a lot for the money with this ASUS laptop and even with the headaches I went through, I learned something from them. I don’t believe it was the actual machine that was the biggest issue. That seemed to stay steady and reliable throughout. It was the operating system that was the weak point. But that has been remedied with the Windows 10 upgrade.

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  7. LemonsRdelicious

    As expected and fast shipping. Not for gaming exactly but I expected that. Can run minecraft though! Solid laptop.

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