ASUS Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 14″ Display, Intel Core i3-1115G4(up to 4.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 770, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Windows 11 Pro, with Cleaning Brush

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  • 【Powerfully Efficient】Driven by the Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor, this laptop effortlessly tackles everyday computing tasks with its 3GHz base clock speed (Turbo Boost up to 4.1 GHz). Featuring 2 cores and 4 threads, it strikes an optimal balance between power and efficiency, delivering reliable performance for all your computing needs.
  • 【Sleek and Portable】Experience productivity on the go with its 14-inch display, offering crystal-clear visuals at a resolution of 1366 x 768. Enhanced by the integrated Intel UHD Graphics 770, it’s perfect for standard graphical tasks and multimedia consumption, all within a highly portable design.
  • 【Responsive Storage】Enjoy up to 40GB of high-bandwidth DDR4 RAM for smooth multitasking and application performance. With the ability to run multiple programs simultaneously and up to 2TB storage capacity, this laptop provides ample space for all your files, ensuring a secure repository for your data.
  • 【Seamless Connectivity】Stay effortlessly connected with built-in WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. Equipped with a variety of ports including HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0 Type A, USB 3.0 Type C, an SD card reader, and an audio jack, connectivity is never a concern.
  • 【Tailored for Productivity】Designed for business professionals and students alike, this laptop is the perfect productivity companion. Its blend of performance, portability, and connectivity caters to diverse needs, ensuring an exceptional computing experience for those who demand the best.
ASUS Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 14″ Display, Intel Core i3-1115G4(up to 4.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 770, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Windows 11 Pro, with Cleaning Brush
ASUS Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 14″ Display, Intel Core i3-1115G4(up to 4.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 770, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Windows 11 Pro, with Cleaning Brush


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Specification: ASUS Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 14″ Display, Intel Core i3-1115G4(up to 4.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 770, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Windows 11 Pro, with Cleaning Brush

Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1366×768 Pixels


‎3 GHz core_i3_1115g4



Hard Drive

‎256 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel UHD Graphics 770

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‎ASUS Vivobook

Item model number

‎ASUS Vivobook

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎3.53 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.81 x 0.78 x 8.5 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.81 x 0.78 x 8.5 inches



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Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for ASUS Newest Vivobook Business Laptop, 14″ Display, Intel Core i3-1115G4(up to 4.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 770, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Windows 11 Pro, with Cleaning Brush

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  1. Keith L.

    For something this expensive the finish is poor. The plastics feels cheap. For instance the back of the screen flexes by about 5mm the screen is pretty bad too.

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  2. velbeth L Reyes

    It’s great for its price! Future endurance in any specs. Works great and fast turn on. Bought for college to do multiple things at once. Also bought for gaming and hold great for new and near future games. Great for multitasking. Only problem is the fingerprint. Highly unnecessary and is just an extra spec that I don’t even use. Have had for about a month or so. So far all good.

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  3. Jeanie Petermann

    I’ve had this laptop for about a month now and I am impressed. I was looking for a laptop for college that would last, had great battery life, had better specs than the average laptop, and was upgradable to be at least somewhat future-proof. This laptop fits all of that and more.

    Let me start out with the battery life. I’m honestly not sure how many hours this thing will last because I just can’t kill it, no matter how hard I try. I have spent at least 6 hours on this in one day and I still haven’t seen it drop below 50%. I charge it at night and I literally don’t have to even think about battery life for an entire day (or more likely 2-3 if I didn’t charge it). As far as I’m concerned, the price is justified for this alone.

    However, that’s just the beginning. ASUS has built a machine that measures up to that standard in almost every other department, as well. The display is bright, clear, and a joy to look at. Personally, I really like the size of it. It’s not too big and the computer is compact and light as a result (and it likely helps the battery life on top of it). Still, I should note that the viewing angles are not great. The screen does have to be at the right angle relative to you or things start to get washed out and unreadable (which could actually be a good thing for security and privacy if that concerns you). That’s not to say it makes the computer difficult to use; on the contrary, the only thing it seems to affect is using it in bright sunlight, as sun does make it a little difficult to use.

    The keyboard is nice and the buttons clicky. It did take me a little time to get used to typing on it, but I get better all the time. A minor gripe is the touchpad. It’s not the best. It has a plasticy feel to it that your finger kind of drags against, as opposed to something like glass that would feel completely smooth and easy to use. Additionally, it just feels a little odd and difficult to use. They did, however, just release an update of some sort that seems to have improved things (although it’s hard to say whether I’m just imagining the improvement or not). In any event, I recommend getting a wireless mouse.

    The speaker on board sounds great. It gets loud, and music especially just sounds so good. Oddly enough, the speaker is on the bottom of the laptop, but it sounds as if it has front-facing speakers. I have no idea how ASUS achieved this trickery, but kudos to them. No matter what surface the computer is on, it sounds like the audio is pointed right at me. Oh, and speaking of sound, the fan on this thing is oh-so quiet. I haven’t had any trouble with it heating up or the fan blasting away. Slightly warm and barely audible seems to be all there is. It should be noted that I haven’t done much gaming on it, however.

    As for the performance of this laptop, it has exceeded my expectations. The solid-state drive allows it to boot up in under 10 seconds (restarting has never been so fast) and it really makes the computer fly, in addition to the Intel Core i7 processor. How they have are managing this great of battery life with that processor is beyond me, but they are and I thank them for it. It also helps that ASUS included almost 0 bloatware, which is practically unheard of these days.

    This laptop is expensive, but for what you’re getting, I believe it to be worth the price. The battery life alone makes this computer an absolute joy to use, but when you combine it with a stellar display, speed, a solid-state drive, a great speaker, and a compact and sturdy design, how could you possibly say no?

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  4. Ryan L. Kopf

    The fingerprint reader is garbage, and the screen is very washed out. What a waste of having a dedicated graphics card.

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  5. Running Rabbit

    Excellent case and specs. Looks very attractive. It was easy to set up and its speed is great. Still can’t believe the price for an i7 processor and SSD size. Very good for business or personal use. Highly recommend without hesitation.

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  6. BM

    I did my research on laptops around $1000, plus minus $200, and my main criteria were good ram size, dedicated graphic card, latest windows os, decent size of ssd hard drive, non-glossy screen, light weight, and very good battery life. This Asus p2440uq-xs71 was the best, in my opinion, within my search parameters. I’m not gonna repeat the specs here, but as you can see, they are really good.
    I’ve had it for couple of days now, and can say i’m very satisfied. They made a great effort in finding the right balance between powerful computing capabilities and the mobility feature. Here are my thoughts on the notebook:
    – The battery. it is truly amazing. Have been using at least 6 hours straight with variety of tasks, and still didn’t get to 50% yet. And they did it while not throwing away the processing power.
    – With the i7 7th generation cpu, good ssd and all the ddr4 ram combined, this is a proper computing machine. It is noticeably fast and swift when multitasking. Probably the strongest part of the product, alongside the battery.
    – Because it had TN panel, rather than the IPS panel, i was little worried how the brightness and contrast would be. No worries, the screen is good. Of course not as good as IPS screens, but better than other TN panels used out there. Plus IPS screens are power hogs.
    – No backlit keyboard. I can understand that the manufacturer didn’t include it in order to improve battery life, but still it would have been nice to have this feature, just so that i have the option. Keyboard itself is very good for typing. Gotta nice feel to it.
    – The touchpad is perhaps lower quality than the other parts of the laptop. It could be better.
    – Weightwise, it is light with the battery, and can easily carry it around.
    Highly recommend to fellow engineers.

    After 2 months of using, my initial opinion of the laptop hasn’t changed much. Within its price range, It is powerful, considerably lightweight, decent graphics card and amazing battery. The only 2 downsides i found so far are, as mentioned above, the touchpad is not so good. It is not the hardware, but more the touchpad smart gesture driver software provided by Asus. The driver is not good at all. It seems to be common issue among other Asus laptops as well. The smart gesture driver hogs cpu when you enable its 2 finger scrolling feature. Since it is just software problem, I really hope they fix it to make this laptop as good as it should be.
    Another issue is also driver software related. Its sound driver sometimes stops working. Running the troubleshoot fixes it, but nonetheless, it should be better.
    So hardware wise, this is a very good laptop. I still highly recommend it. Hopefully the driver issues will be fixed and updated by Asus.

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  7. ABM

    Small, light weight, 500GB SSD, 12GB Memory, 1080p Screen, DVD, Windows 10 Pro….OK, what’s not to like.

    Great small business laptop with great features.

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  8. Garth Scheck

    The keyboard feels cheap; matter of fact, the left “ctrl” button does not work. I would return it but I bought it for school and don’t have time to so. Very disappointed.

    Other than the keyboard, the laptop seems ok so far.

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  9. M. Gagne

    Love this laptop. Works great meets all my needs as an independent engineering consultant. Mouse on keyboard is funky, just use wireless mouse.

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