Asus V400CA-DB31T Vivobook
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    Wuggee Rating
    Wuggee Notes
    Sufficient processing power for multi-tasking, internet, music, movies, productivity(Word, Spreadsheets, etc), basic photo and video editing
    Memory sufficient for multi-tasking, internet, music, movies, productivity(Word, Spreadsheets, etc), basic photo and video editing
    Memory may not be sufficient for simultaneous editing of large number of photos and videos, virtualization software(parallels), engineering and simulation software, etc
    Solid state drive provides quick startup, silent operation, faster response compared to conventional harddrive
    5 hrs battery life is better than average
    Basic GPU allows playing less demanding games (WoW, Sims3, etc) at low detail settings and resolution
    GPU is not suitable for demanding games (Assassin's creed, Black Ops 2,) even at lowest settings
    14" screen suitable for portability; not ideal as desktop replacement or gaming
    No built-in CD/DVD drive; Reduces weight but watching movies or installing software from CD/DVD will require separate purchase of optical drive
    Integrated webcam for video chatting
    Processing power may not be sufficient for computation intensive tasks such as simultaneous editing of large number of photos and videos, virtualization software(parallels), file and harddrive encryption, etc
    Basic Specs
    1.4 GHz 2nd Gen Intel Core i3
    4 GB RAM
    4.4 lbs; 14" display; 1366 x 768 resolution
    500 GB hard drive
    24 GB solid state drive
    Intel GMA HD
     3.40 stars (62 user reviews)
    Battery55 hrs
    4000  mAH
    Display
    14"
    1366 x 768
    CameraBuilt-in high-definition webcam
    Other Specs
    4.4 lbs overall weight
    13.30" x 9.40" x 0.80"
    No CD or DVD drive
    Bluetooth 4.0 interface
    USB Ports: 2
    USB 2.0 Ports: 2
    VGA Video Out Ports: 1
    Ports
    USB Ports: 2
    USB 2.0 Ports: 2
    VGA Video Out Ports: 1
    Resources
     3.3 stars (53 user reviews)
    For those of you who are already using a tablet of some sort, you'll be right at home with this machine. I'm running Win8.1 Enterprise on it and couldn't be happier with its performance and overall e... I love this computer, especially for the price. Windows 8 sucks and definately takes some getting used to but after you learn to navigate around it, it isn't too bad. i suggest purchasing some sort of... It works as expected. I like the key board.Thanks to some new technology developed by ASUS it stays cool, which is a very nice feature.... This laptop is in many aspects great, but in some just horrible. The reason I rated 4 and not 3 is because the good overshadows the bad and this is why. I purchased this laptop mid December, 2013 and ... As with any other laptop there are both good and bad things with the ASUS VivoBook. I love the touchscreen functionality and the keyboard. I think the mouse pad is a little bit oversized, but some peo... This laptop is thin and light, the keyboard is comfortable so far.The design is very nice and everything is working perfectly, the touchscreen is awesome,the batterylife is good. The price is also goo...
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     4 stars (9 user reviews)
    Cons: My first small laptop, didn't realize there id no dvd drive... Solved with a usb drive for under $30....Cons: The keyboard is not backlit; had I thought about that before buying, I might have go...
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    A core i3 processor is a solid, affordable choice for the heavy majority of people. If you use your computer for basic tasks such as word processing, email, surfing the web, etc., a Core i3 processor is more than enough to handle all of that with ease.
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    The following games list shows all notebook graphic cards (GPUs) sorted by the approximate performance. The fields contain average frames per second (fps) values for each game / setting combination...
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