Asus has revealed a new value-packed laptop series this week, the E210, E410 and E510 are a range of 11.6-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch cost-effective laptops designed to meet the expectation of students looking for great value notebooks, capable of performing everyday computing tasks.
The new E210, E410 and E510 series from Asus are equipped with compact and lightweight frames, a contemporary appearance and a unique deconstructed ASUS lid motif design. The cost-effective laptop series features innovative additions such as the ASUS NumberPad, as well as a 180-degree lay-flat hinge design, making it easy to share on-screen info with friends or colleagues.
In terms of performance, the E series laptops are outfitted with up to an Intel quad-core processor, 8GB RAM and PCIe Gen 3 M.2 SSDs. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 5, USB 2.0, USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A and Type-C ports, HDMI output and a microSD card slot. The laptops are available with 11.6-inch, 14-inch or 15.6-inch displays running at 60Hz depending on model and a battery with up to 12 hours of use between charge.
ASUS E210, E410 and E510 laptops are lightweight and designed for maximum portability. The 11.6-inch E210 weighs in at just 1.05kg, the 14-inch E410 is 1.3kg and the flagship E510 weighs a mere 1.35kg. NeoEdge displays inside the E410 and E510 have a screen to body ratio of 78% and 84% respectively and allow the chassis a smaller footprint, making them ideal to easily slip into a backpack or small bag.
Software bundled with E210, E410 and E510 include the handy MyAsus collection of apps and tools that help users get the most from the device. Users can also synchronise their Android or iOS smartphone to the E series laptops to adjust settings, optimise performance or contact customer support for help. The laptops are also available in a range of colours to suit your style.
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KitGuru says: The new E series cost-effective laptops look ideal for casual users to complete their daily tasks while out and about. What do you guys think of these new laptops from Asus?