ASUS EeeBook 11.6” Notebook
This sleek notebook’s razor-thin design makes it easy to take with you wherever you go, and its quad-core processor ably handles multitasking sessions or data-heavy tasks, such as streamed video.
The EeeBook was built for easy on-the-go use. At less than an inch thick and weighing just over 2lb., it takes up minimal space in purses and backpacks, so you can play games while waiting for a flight or bring it to a coffee shop to get some work done.
Powerful Battery and Hardware
Don’t let its svelte frame fool you; this notebook packs serious power. Its battery can withstand web-surfing sessions of up to 12 hours before needing to be recharged, and its quad-core processor helps multiple programs run without lag.
Microsoft Office and Cloud Space Included
The notebook comes with a one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365, letting you draft documents in Word, construct spreadsheets in Excel, and give legitimacy to your argument that wombats are the best marsupial with a PowerPoint presentation. The software suite also includes 1TB of cloud space for you to store and back up files.
- Model number: X205TA
- 11.6” display with 720p HD resolution (1366x768)
- Intel Bay Trail-T quad-core Z3735 1.33GHz processor
- 2GB DDR3L SDRAM
- 32GB eMMC hard drive
- Bluetooth enabled
- One-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 (includes Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, OneNote, and 1TB of cloud space)
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- One micro-HDMI port
- Media-card reader (microSD, microSDXC, microSDHC)
- Dual front-facing speakers and built-in mic
- Battery life: up to 12 hours of web browsing
- 38WHrs polymer battery
- Windows 8.1 OS
- VGA webcam
- Condition: new
- One-year warranty from ASUS
- Dimensions: 7.6”x11.3”x0.7”; 2.2lb.
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.