ASUS EeeBook E403 14" Laptop - Grey £199.99 @ Currys
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ASUS EeeBook E403 14" Laptop - Grey £199.99 @ Currys

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Found 17th Apr 2016
The laptop normally retails for £279.99 so a total saving of £80.

The laptop/Eeebook made by ASUS has windows 10, an Intel Pentium N3700, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC and up to 14 hours battery life. The laptop/Eeebook is great for browsing and running any Microsoft office applications.
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Saw this in store earlier today. Great looking machine and 14 hours battery life. I'm tempted but there is s newer model coming (out in the USA) 4gig ram and 128gig storage keen to see the pricing on that.
duplicate post, i posted this a few weeks ago, still active
Skymonkey

Saw this in store earlier today. Great looking machine and 14 hours … Saw this in store earlier today. Great looking machine and 14 hours battery life. I'm tempted but there is s newer model coming (out in the USA) 4gig ram and 128gig storage keen to see the pricing on that.




Any idea when this is happening? 4gb would be welcomed.
possibly why they are marking this down .. new model soon ???
have to admit 2gb and 32gb storage is pretty awful .. doubt I'd give this to my butler
Have to say, for Web browsing, YouTube and wordprocessing and stuff this is a great laptop. I've played with it at least 6 times in PC world but the 2gig ram has held me back. It plays video brilliantly and the speakers are good. I'm holding out for a better spec machine. The 14 hours is just superb and it's got a type c port...

128Gig HD 4Gig Ram

tHAT SOUNDS a lot better but $399 probably equals £399. They all love that emmc for some reason .. faster and lighter than a hard disk and more reliable?
GwanGy

tHAT SOUNDS a lot better but $399 probably equals £399. They all love … tHAT SOUNDS a lot better but $399 probably equals £399. They all love that emmc for some reason .. faster and lighter than a hard disk and more reliable?



I'm guessing it's cheaper to manufacture. In essence it's like sticking a high spec micro SD in there? Saves weight, power etc.

You could technically add a USB3 drive, one of those small ones that fit pretty much flush to the casing. I may opt for buying one, still can't make my mind up.
I've messed with the Asus in store and it is a very nice bit of kit. Surprisingly light for the screen size. I would of bought one if I could of got a 4gb variation with the ability to install a large ssd for a few quid more but I can't seem to find that.
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