This Asus laptop computer is a great value in mobile computing. Its bright, 11.6-inch HD resolution screen showcases movies and games in brilliant color. Its 320GB hard drive has plenty of room for your music, photos, videos, documents, and more. The Wifi 802.11b/g/n lets you connect wirelessly at home and in coffee shops, airports and offices around the world. With its 4GB of memory and Intel® Intel® Celeron® dual-core processor, the laptop excels at basic office computing, entertainment and Internet browsing experiences. Plus, the built-in webcam and microphone makes it easy to video chat with family and friends. And an HDMI port lets you connect to an HD monitor, TV or projector. With a multiformat media card reader, USB 3.0, and a 3-cell battery for hours of use away from an outlet, this ultra-portable laptop is a good value for everyday mobile computing.

3 thoughts on “Asus X200CA-HCL1104G 11.6 inch Touch Screen Laptop (Windows 8, 4GB Memory, 320GB Hard Drive, Black)

  1. George Kramer says:

    The best value in ultraportable touchscreen Windows 8 laptops released in 2013 I wanted to buy a tablet for my Dad to replace his defunct laptop. Primary use would be to Skype with his grandson and Facebook. I looked at the android tablets, used MacBooks on eBay for $300 etc. But when I stumbled on this for $199 at, it seemed like a no brainer to pick it up. At $200 it is currently the best value in ultra-portable touch screen Windows 8 laptops out there.It’s just the laptop and power adapter in the box. The shape of the black power adapter closely resembles that of an iPad charger. At its thickest point it’s about 1″ thick and weighs 2 lb. 15.5 oz. – a little more than what’s advertised on – 2.73lb.You get a standard HDMI port, 1 USB 3.0 port and 2 USB 2.0 ports, a 100Mbps NIC, 600Mbps 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a headphone/mic combo jack, an SD/MMC Reader. No Optical Drives.The CPU is probably the one component that will make most buyers hesitant. But with a Passmark Score of 1464 its similar to…

  2. Joanna Daneman says:

    Light and thin laptop acts like a tablet-plus This is a surprising bargain for the price and may work for people at home as well as those on the road. I was looking for something more-than-a-tablet-less-than-a-laptop for travel, especially for uploading photos. While the Kindle and other tablets work exceedingly well for travel access of the internet via Wifi, they have limitations.This is basically designed for internet, social media connections, media playback, wifi, Skyping (has a webcam) and portability.Good Points:Lightweight:3 lbs. Heavier than a tablet, but still lightweight.Thin: barely an inch and a quarter thick. Not the thinnest on the market–you can find 1/2 inch thin laptops, but you’ll pay more.Touchscreen: I admit to finding the touchscreen on tablets convenient. When you go between a standard laptop and a tablet, sometimes you miss the quick touch-and-go feature of tablets.Keyboard–for emails and journaling, while you can become very adept…

  3. Sam says:

    Good price, otherwise so-so. I have been using this computer for several weeks. I wanted to get a very portable and inexpensive windows computer with a touch screen. The Centron processor is fast enough for my needs, and the memory and hard drive are fine. As I said, inexpensive and a good value in those matters.My problems tend to be with the quality and reliability of the user interfaces. The touch screen sometimes works properly, and often does not. The touch pad is also flaky. Sometimes one tap works, sometimes two taps work. For reliability I have to use the “mouse click” functions at the front of the touch pad. And when doing this, Asus’s flimsy plastic construction shows. Frequently, when I press down on the front edge of the touch pad, the plastic frame seems to bend a bit, which often causes the cursor position to shift. This flimsy construction also frequently shows up when trying to use the touch screen. The keypad is generally good, but has this weird habit of suddenly (and for no…

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