ASUS 2024 Vivobook Go 11.6” HD Laptop, Intel Celeron N4500, Intel Graphics, 4GB, 128GB, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, Star Black, L210KA-ES04

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  • Windows 11 Home in S Mode All the power of Windows 10 with enhanced security and performance with a redesigned look — complete with new tools, sounds, and apps exclusively from Microsoft. Every detail has been considered, coming together to bring you a refreshing experience on your PC.
  • 11.6″ HD display The 11.6″ 1366 x 768 60Hz display brings visuals to life with 200 nits peak brightness.
  • Intel Celeron N4500 processor The newest Intel Celeron processors offer amazing video conferencing abilities, faster wireless connectivity, improved overall application and graphics performance, and long battery life. Experience unmatched balance of performance, experience, and value for education and entry level computing.
  • Intel Graphics Intel Graphics provides basic to moderate graphical performance for a variety of computing tasks, including multimedia playback, web browsing, and light gaming.
  • 4GB memory 4GB DDR4 of memory to run apps, tabs, and everything else you need.
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ASUS 2024 Vivobook Go 11.6” HD Laptop, Intel Celeron N4500, Intel Graphics, 4GB, 128GB, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, Star Black, L210KA-ES04
ASUS 2024 Vivobook Go 11.6” HD Laptop, Intel Celeron N4500, Intel Graphics, 4GB, 128GB, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, Star Black, L210KA-ES04

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Specification: ASUS 2024 Vivobook Go 11.6” HD Laptop, Intel Celeron N4500, Intel Graphics, 4GB, 128GB, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, Star Black, L210KA-ES04

Standing screen display size

‎11.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 pixels

Processor

‎2.8 GHz celeron

RAM

‎4 DDR4

Hard Drive

‎128 GB SSD

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Card Description

‎Integrated

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎Vivobook Go

Item model number

‎L210KA-ES04

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎3.69 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎10.98 x 0.67 x 7.52 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎10.98 x 0.67 x 7.52 inches

Color

‎Star Black

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Number of Processors

‎2

Flash Memory Size

‎4 GB

Optical Drive Type

‎No Drive

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Reviews (6)

6 reviews for ASUS 2024 Vivobook Go 11.6” HD Laptop, Intel Celeron N4500, Intel Graphics, 4GB, 128GB, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, Star Black, L210KA-ES04

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  1. Alejandro Pacheco

    No la recomiendo yo pagué por un producto nuevo no usado o reacondicionado a la hora de prenderla ya tiene nombre de usuario y me pide un pin que obviamente no lo tengo yo no sé quién es José Aguilera.

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  2. Franklin

    This laptop is basically the size I’ve been looking for!
    Remember when netbooks became all the rage? I do and I had a few of them due to the size and how quick they moved, but over time those laptops became useless.
    Then we got chromebooks, which was a good replacement, but the operating system was too limited.

    Now we have this Asus light mini laptop, its literally ALMOST perfect.

    Why is it not perfect? WELL, the internal drive is only 64GB and after its Win11 install, you can basically wave half that away, leaving you with not a lot of room.

    So I popped this open after reading there is an SSD upgrade slot and some folks claimed it wasn’t there in the 2022 model.

    Mine had it, so either there is two different models for 2022, or people are not looking in the correct spot. BUT it was the first thing I did, even before powering it on, was check. Because no slot, it would have been an instant return for me.

    Drive/upgrade:
    I used the SSD slot to insert a 1TB drive, in which I in reinstalled win11 into, and then changed the boot order, formatting the internal drive, leaving me with 1TB working drive with a 64GB back drive.

    Battery life:
    I used mine for a few hours unplugged and then placed it in sleep mode when going to bed. I went to bed and it said 82% was left. I woke up after a good nights sleep, checked the laptop and it was at 69% percent. So roughly in 10 hours, it lost 13%. I really don’t see that as an issue and based on my experiences windows laptops can’t sit in standby or sleep mode for days at a time like an Apple Macbook, which you can leave unplugged for days and only lose a little percentage of battery.

    Performance:
    – I installed Opera (not GX) as I wanted the lightest browser I could find, but with some features, Opera won that. It ran smoothly and even gave me a VPN option on the browser. Had no issues surfing, while doing research for various things.
    – Youtube ran smoothly, the sound was good and loud for a such a little laptop.
    – Installed Obsidian Notes (ON), because I use it organize projects I am doing, taking notes for classes or whatever. I did notice a little stammering with ON here and there, but it wasn’t a big deal or a deal breaker for me.
    – Installed GOG (Good old Games) which is a site for older video games of the past and played a few older ’90s and ’80s games with no noticeable issue.
    – I did notice with many tabs open in Opera or various programs open the laptop, it did slow down and did struggle a little.

    Overall:
    Good laptop for someone on the go who likes to surf the web, play light video games or possibly likes to run tabletop RPG games, because its perfect to keep notes in and bring it to your gaming table for a night of gaming.
    IF IT HAD NOT HAD THE UPGRADE SLOT, its a deal breaker.

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  3. Shawn

    I just started it up and wanted to go to my settings and it’s already lagging like crazy. Not recommended.Man this was a money waste.

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  4. Jesús Marroquín

    Ideal para lo que necesito. Práctica y fácil de llevar,muy fluida para sus componentes y lo mejor de todo 1 año de office.
    Superó mis expectativas

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  5. Carlos

    Si el uso que le darás es básico (procesamiento de textos, navegación en internet, hojas de cálculo sencillas, presentaciones, etc;) es una excelente compra. Ligera, de calidad, ya veremos cómo se comporta al paso del tiempo. Leí muchas opiniones con problemas severos de batería, la verdad es que si la primera carga de la lap la haces de 3 horas (como especifica el manual) y no cierras la tapa de la lap mientras se está apagando la computadora (esto es hasta que se apaga el foquito blanco en “power”) no te dará ningún problema, a mi me ha cumplido con el promedio de 10 a 11 horas de uso sin tema alguno.

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  6. D. Dix

    This is a great mini laptop if you intend to use it for light-duty applications such as email, social media, internet browsing, internet shopping, Microsoft Word and Excel (Office 365), etc. It is not intended for heavy-duty applications such as gaming (good gaming laptops are $1,000+, not $150 to $200). The laptop does not have the processor speed, graphics card, memory or storage to handle high-demand applications. If you purchase the laptop for what it is intended for, your experience will be much better.

    The laptop is about as small as you would want if you are a touch typist and prefer a normal size keyboard. The keyboard provides good key travel and feedback and the touch pad can be used as a numeric key pad (a major plus for many users). As some of noted in their reviews, the keyboard is not lighted. However, the display normally provides enough light to use the laptop in the dark. Also, given the laptop’s battery size, you would not really want the additional power draw on the battery.

    The battery will provide a good 10 to 20 hours of usage depending on what you are doing on the laptop. That said, when the laptop is shutdown, the battery does drain by approximately 20% each day. After several days of not using the laptop, you will need to plug it in to turn it on. This power consumption when shutdown is not so much a battery issue as an operating system setting. The laptop operates on Windows 11 S (intended for Microsoft approved applications) and it is specifically designed for quick startup. The startup time is similar to that of a Chrome Book. If you recall the small netbooks that preceded Chrome Books–this small laptop is a much better and much more capable netbook. For my purposes, I will gladly give up the additional battery life for the ability to quickly startup the laptop.

    The laptop has a great display. It is not a touch screen for those who want that feature. However, the display was clear, detailed and bright when watching highlights of the World Cup soccer games and when surfing the internet. The size and price of the laptop are very appealing–just make sure that you truly consider what you will be using it for.

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