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ASUS EeeBook 11.6” Laptop with Intel Atom Processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB SSD (Manufacturer Refurbished)
Hop from task to task quickly and smoothly on this slim but powerful PC, whose Windows 8.1 operating system presents your files and programs in a familiar smartphone-like interface.
Speedy, Responsive Processor
The EeeBook’s quad-core processor doesn’t just handle multiple open apps at once with minimal lag; it can also keep up with you when your computing turns data-heavy. The CPU can speed up from 1.33GHz to 1.8GHz, ensuring graphic-intense gaming and streaming videos run smoothly.
Built-in Webcam and Mic
Video chat with friends or conference with coworkers. The EeeBook’s built-in webcam and microphone make it easy to connect with people no matter where you are.
Weighing just over 2lb. and less than an inch thick, this slim laptop slips into backpacks and tote bags for on-the-go use without weighing you down or requiring you to pull it in a wagon behind you.
- Model number: X205TA-DH01
- 11.6” 720p HD display
- 1.33GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor (Intel Burst technology up to 1.8GHz)
- 2GB DDR3L RAM
- 32GB SSD
- HDMI output
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- Built-in webcam and mic
- Integrated Intel HD graphics card
- Digital media-card reader
- 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi
- Windows 8.1 OS
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- Dimensions: 7.6”x11.3”x0.7”; 2.1lbs.
- Technical specifications
- 3-month warranty from ASUS
ASUS was named for Pegasus, a symbol of wisdom and knowledge in Greek mythology. In addition to these two tenets, the company mirrors the winged horse in another significant respect: both entities have taken part in a series of epic journeys.
ASUS notebooks have lived on the MIR Space Station. They were the first to work in the thin, icy air atop Mount Everest. As fireworks exploded over the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics in 2008, ASUS servers directed the show. ASUS motherboards have probably even found their way directly into your home or office, as they’re present in one of every three computers and one in every two pizza delivery men. That’s a lot of ground for the Taiwanese company to cover in less than three decades.