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Asus 14-Inch Celeron N4020/4GB/64GB eMMC Laptop E410MA-EK018TS $358 Delivered @ Mobileciti

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Asus 14-inch Celeron N4020/4GB/64GB eMMC Laptop E410MA-EK018TS - Dreamy White - Set up a convenient, portable, and easy-to-use workstation or entertainment hub with the Asus E410MA Notebook.
14" LED-backlit display
Intel Celeron N4020 processor
4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of eMMC storage
Up to 12 hours of battery life
1 year Microsoft 365 Personal subscription included.

Price matched at Officeworks for $340.10:

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  • +1 vote

    Pretty cheap, but probs better off getting a Chromebook? Unless you desperately need Windows for some reason

    • +1 vote

      but isn't it impossible to do anything useful with a Chromebook, like install Linux.
      I assume you can install any x86/64 OS on this.

      • +2 votes

        not sure if you're aware but laptops do have others uses besides installing Linux 🤷‍♂️

        • +3 votes

          cheap low power laptops make great home servers. But if all you'll ever do is surf the web and watch youtube then might as well get a Chromebook.

      • +1 vote

        actually, without an ethernet port it's probably not gonna be too useful as a server anyway. I suppose you could try ethernet over USB.

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    Works well for kids using Windows at school and also includes 1 year Office 365 subscription

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      Students get free Office 365

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        Not all primary school students have an education email address that is required for "free" Office 365

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          You might be surprised, they could already have one and the parent just didn't know about it.

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            @trex: What if the laptop owner is not a student?

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              @kbhatt01: One student email can have up to 5 installations on Windows.

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                @trex: Works for students!

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                  @kbhatt01: Yes, that’s why it is called “Students get office 365 for free”

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                    @trex: This offer includes Office 365 for 1 year to all not just "students"

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                      @kbhatt01: You do realise that my point on free Office 365 for students is in reply to this comment?

                      Works well for kids using Windows at school and also includes 1 year Office 365 subscription

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                        @trex: But not all students have a .edu email account and non-students get also get access to Office 365 …

  • +3 votes

    My nephew had a slightly older spec celeron but same amount of ram and eMMC storage, for school. He found it painful for the 2 years he had to use it. I would suggest spending another $150-$200 to enter the next tier of budget laptops, you'll generally get 8GB ram, a faster and larger SSD and generally a faster cpu.

    • +5 votes

      kids will never appreciate a good notebook/pc till you make them use something like this for 2 years first

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        No, this just adds 2 years more to the complaint lifecycle that only ends when they have kids of their own and need to spend money they earned. But these are close to useless, at least starting with something a bit better that can then be repurposed for light tasks gives you a fair bit more longevity.

    • +1 vote

      This is 14 inch - size does matter!

  • +2 votes

    For that money i would recommend getting second hand or refurbs. You should be able to get something that won't frustrate you to no end.

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      agreed, i've been looking around and for $200-250 you can get a second-hand/refurbed thinkpad which performs better than the cheap celeron rubbish they bring out.

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      can you find a refub 8th gen i3 or i5 for $350?

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    slower than my grandma

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    Price now upto $398