ASUS S400CA 14-Inch Laptop (OLD VERSION)

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Product Description Shop the Windows Store for the full selection of Windows 8 PCs Product information Technical Details Collapse all Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM Screen Size 14 inches Max Screen Resolution 1366×768 Processor 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5 RAM 4 GB DDR3 Memory Speed 1600 MHz Hard Drive 500 GB flash_memory_solid_state Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 4000 Card Description Integrated Wireless Type 802.11bgn Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1 Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2 Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 hours Other Technical Details Brand Name Asus Series VivoBook Item model number S400CA-RSI5T18 Hardware Platform PC Operating System Windows 8; Item Weight 4 pounds Product Dimensions 13.3 x 9.4 x 0.8 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 13.3 x 9.4 x 0.8 inches Color Black Aluminum Processor Brand Intel Core I5 Processor Count 1 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Flash Memory Size 24 Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA Hard Drive Rotational Speed 5400 RPM Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Additional Information ASIN B00DQGBABI Customer Reviews 3.3 out of 5 stars 147 customer reviews 3.3 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #27,020 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100) #6,678 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops > Traditional Laptops Shipping Weight 6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues. International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. 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To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here. Customer Questions & Answers See questions and answers 147 customer reviews3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars5 star34%4 star28%3 star14%2 star8%1 star16% Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Read reviews that mention touchscreen hard drive battery life touchpad get used big deal wireless card great value operating system black friday wifi card build quality mouse pad smart gesture every time getting used great laptop wireless adapter rock solid intel hd graphics Showing 1-3 of 147 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.Tim5.0 out of 5 starsFantastic laptop for budget-conscious with decent power and portabilityNovember 26, 2013Verified PurchaseSummary: This is a perfect laptop for budget-conscious folks who want decent power and portability at a low-cost.So far, I believe this to be one of the best bangs for your buck in terms of thin/light PC laptops. I was personally also looking at the Aspire S3 which was in a similar price range and about 1 lb lighter. I’ll list my primary reasons for purchase and how I chose between the two later:My primary criteria for selection with a new laptop:* A 3rd generation i5 or higher/later (and I checked on benchmarks repeatedly, debating with myself)* At least 4GB RAM (upgradeable to higher preferred obviously)* Either 13.3′ or 14′ screen-size – to me, this is the sweet-spot for functional and portable* Portability/lightness* Fast boot-up* Minimum of 4.5 hrs battery life (e.g. a flight coast-to-coast in the U.S., not including take-off/landing)* PC – Windows; and despite the concern over Win 8.x, I preferred to get the latest OS just out of longevity* USB 3.0 port(s), HDMI; an RJ45 (preferred, just for wired situations)* Cost: In the $500 range or lower* Something that should hopefully last at least 2 years with reasonable performanceIt was a really tough battle for me to decide between this and the Acer Aspire S3 (391-6811), but here were my deciding factors between this and the S3:- Touchscreen- Upgradeability for RAM (8GB max vs. S3’s 4GB max)- Slightly higher price for S3 with similar internal specs (at least when I purchased)The competing S3 was lighter, has a slightly better CPU (i5-3337 vs. i5-3317) and probably a better wi-fi card. I loved the form factor on the S3 too, but am pretty fond of the S400CA’s looks too now. Both were upgradeable in terms of changing to a full-on Solid State Drive (SSD)– but for the value, the S400CA seemed like too good a deal to pass up. Obviously, I’d prefer a true SSD, but the Hybrid SSD (which is present in both models) does work decently well in boot-ups at least in my first week of use.The Cons – everything always has some trade-offs; I personally found these acceptable:- WiFi card isn’t the greatest; some other comments have mentioned this. It is replaceable for relatively cheap though.- Resolution: it’s pretty much ‘standard’ resolution, but definitely many premier ultrabooks have way better (again, price is a factor)- You will almost certainly have to do a lot of Windows updates (first on Windows 8.0, and then to 8.1) after purchasing. I am not used to Windows 8.x myself, but am growing to get used to it honestly. I don’t think it’s as bad as some people say, though my two cents is that I wish it integrated with non-Microsoft stuff better – e.g. Google Calendar (which I use frequently)- At about 4 lbs, it isn’t the lightest laptop (though definitely light enough IMHO)- 2 of the 3 USB ports are USB 2.0 for whatever reason (but at least one of them was made into USB 3.0, right?)- Yes, the screen lid and the screen itself does get smudgy. Not a deal killer in my opinion as of yet.Also, may not be relevant for everyone and mileage may vary, but I ordered on a Sunday from Amazon as a Prime member with two-day shipping. This may not happen for everyone, but I was pleasantly surprised when it not only shipped on Sunday, but arrived at my house the next day (Monday). That has got to be one of the most incredible, fastest buy-to-receive times I’ve ever had without paying for one-day shipping. Thank you, Amazon!If you’re trying to get a laptop on budget, to me, this seems like a good deal. If anything bad happens, I’ll try to update my review though. You generally get what you pay for, but in my opinion, you’re getting a strong value for this package.Read more 28 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseTimothy4.0 out of 5 starsHonest Review without any BiasNovember 29, 2013Verified PurchaseThis laptop will end up on the books as a solid four-star ultrabook unless various ‘picky’ reviewers show up and start downgrading the notebook below that, which can happen. However, as a fairly proficient PC user and one that has never been a ‘gamer’ and thus I have never needed the high-end money laptops I have always searched for an affordable, fast, and stylish laptop that would see be pushing strong after 2 years of solid productivity use. This laptop is an absolute BARGAIN (I got it at 479.00). Anyone that thinks they could get anything with this package for less or the same is not being truthful. I spend hours researched, watching youtube reviews, and etc. I already knew ahead of time based upon reviews what to expect (pro and con) thus I wasn’t upset or surprised.PROS:Very Thin and Stylish3rd Generation i5 processor (never go with Celeron or AMD chips, stick with i3-i7. I chose i5 because my other laptop which my wife is getting is a solid i3 so I needed an upgrade)Hybrid SSD Hard Drive (this isn’t a full out SSD drive which reflects in the cost. You could easily purchase a full SSD for around 150 but it isn’t necessary. This drive does what you need it to do in efficiency and speed. Anyone going from HDD standalone to this will think they are in heaven)Screen Size: Love the 14 inch screen. This is of course what adds a bit more weight to this than other ultrabooks…however I am amused when I see people acting like 4lb total weight is like lugging around a desktop computer)Black Aluminum Top: I don’t find it to be a ‘fingerprint magnet’ as many have described. I expected huge greasy smudges after touching it. Yes fingerprints show but not in the greasy way you envision. I don’t find this a big deal at all.Touchscreen: Takes a little getting used to at first. Found the screen to be very solid and doesn’t really shake when using the touchscreen features. Reflection and glare isn’t an issue to me because I typically don’t type and work on a laptop out in the park under a blazing sun. This shows fingerprints more than the cover but any touchscreen you use will do that.Fan Noise: Absolutely ZERO. This is one of the quietest laptops I have ever owned.Heat: Like any laptop it will give off heat but I don’t find it giving off a ton of heat at all like others I have owned. I always use an aluminum cooler for laptops.Windows 8: Ok I know that I am listing this under ‘pros’ but it isn’t really a con or a pro for me. I personally like Windows 7 better but you can immediately install ‘START8’ which gives you the desktop you typically would use in windows 7 or Ultra. I don’t need all the extra apps and fluff that Windows 8 uses. However, you get two start menus basically side by side when using ‘Start 8.’ One is the APPS screen which you use your touchscreen for and the other is the classic start menu. However…immediately upgrade to the 8.1 version of Windows 8. I found that it fixed a few software kinks I was having.MEMORY: The 4GB memory was fine but I went ahead and ordered 4 GB more (Corsair Vengeance 4GB DDR3 1600mhz (PC3 12800) for around 35 dollars. Very easy to install. Search youtube for a video that shows how to install it. BE SURE YOU are grounded on something so you don’t get static output from your hands to the internal components. However, it is PLUG and PLAY memory…super easy…now I have 8GB!)CONS:Wireless: Ok…PLAN ON ORDERING A REPLACEMENT INTERNAL ADAPTER. Just trust me. Every review practically states this and most internet searches reveal major issues with Atheros Qualcomm adapters. I ordered the ($33.99) Intel 7260HMW IEEE 802.11AC, dual-band, 2×2 Wi-Fi – OEM from Newegg since it is a little cheaper and actually ships from the company whereas amazon ships from an external company. Trust me…ORDER THIS! It’s either that or plan on sending the laptop in to get them to either replace it with another junky Atheros model and wait all that extra time or be prepared 😉 )Keyboard: Ok…it isn’t a big deal at all and not a true CON. The keyboard is a little more spongy I guess than other keyboards I’ve used. However, I’m not a hard key banger so I don’t have issues. If you are a huge key slammer you may have to get used to the keyboard. Other than that…I type great with it and don’t mind it at all.TRACKPAD: This one takes a little getting used to for me. It is much more sensitive than other laptops I use. However…it is manageable. Just not the old drag and scrape pushpad I consider older laptops to have. Very sensitive and so you learn to just easily use your fingers and no problem. The ‘click’ parts on the bottom of the track pad (right and left) have a little more ‘click’ to them. You will see what I mean when you get the laptop.CONCLUSION:This is only four stars because of the WIFI needs to be replaced which ASUS should take care of. However, I promise you, for the price you cannot find a better laptop with the i5, hybrid SSD, the ability to upgrade to 8gb ram, the style, thinness, touchpad, etc. This is hands down one of the best laptops I have owned in this price range. I would take this any day over many of the other laptops which are higher priced. If anything changes I’ll let you know!Read more 67 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abusesojodave5.0 out of 5 starsLove This Asus S400CA Like It Was Chocolate CakeFebruary 28, 2014Verified PurchaseI searched way too long for a laptop for my home use. I have a nice Samsung laptop for work with an i7. I didn’t want to come home to a dog laptop. I did a few upgrades in the first evening of owning this laptop and now it is crazy fast. After spending three hours updating stuff and upgrading to Windows 8.1, I did the following upgrades.* Kingston Now V330 120 SSD drive kit. The kit made it easy to clone your old hard drive and copy it to the new drive and it made such a huge difference. I’m getting 7.9 for hard drive on Windows Experience.* Kingston 1600 4GB ram* 6235 Wifi/Bluetooth cardAll the upgrades went smooth after I found out how to boot to an external disk drive from the bios. When I close the lid and open it up again, it boots before I can even take my hand off the screen.I was concerned about the screen because some reviews said it was washed out. My screen is not washed out and text and photos look sharp. There is reflection, but the screen isn’t a fingerprint magnet even though it is touch screen. The keyboard is easy for me to type on. At first I didn’t care for the keypad. After upgrading to windows 8.1 and updating the driver, I now love it. I like the windows gestures and the three finger swipe to show everything is running is awesome. After my upgrades, I spent a total of $590 for a rocking laptop.Read more Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 147 reviewsWrite a customer review Pages with related products. See and discover other items: asus laptops under 500 There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. 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