Received before I was expecting. It works really good.. The size is good to carry in my book bag and is not heavy.. I recomend this product for people who whats carrry and lifht device.. It was easy to conect the wi-fi and personalise.. I really like it..
EVOO 11.6" Ultra Thin Laptop, FHD, 4GB Memory, 32GB Storage, Mini HDMI, Front Camera, Windows 10 Home, Black - Includes Office 365 Personal for One Year(A $69.99 Value)
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Take care of business the right way with EVOO's 11.6" Ultra Thin Laptop. Loaded with 32GB storage and a 1920 x 1080p Full HD resolution screen, this super slim laptop is built to perform with a budget in mind. Create, work, or play with EVOO's ultra-thin portable laptop. Ample internal and expandable storage combined with reliable performance, provides for a seamless experience. Enjoy web browsing, file storage, video content, and more all on a beautiful high definition 11.6" screen. This laptop is available in a variety of colors so you're sure to find the one that fits your style. With Windows 10 Home, mini HDMI, and built-in webcam, the EVOO Ultra Thin laptop gives you access to the latest technology for all your personal and business needs.
EVOO 11.6" Ultra Thin Laptop, FHD, Dual Core, 4GB Memory, 32GB Storage, Mini HDMI, Front Camera, Windows 10 Home, Purple:
- Includes Office 365 Personal for One Year(A $69.99 Value) - NO ACTIVATION CODE REQUIRED
- 11.6" FHD
- Tuned by THX display
- Dual Core processor
- 4 GB of memory & 32GB of storage
- Mini HDMI
- Front camera
- Windows 10 Home
- All-day workhorse
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Fantastic for lightweight work
Got one of these about a week ago. This is the best value per dollar for any laptop I've ever purchased. Now that's primarily because it's so inexpensive -- on sale it was under $100 all in. The biggest thing here is you need to know what you want to use it for. In my case, I need a machine to run some windows-only data acquisition software at a remote site, so I want something inexpensive and small. You could also use this as a travel laptop, if you just need to check email every once in a while, but I wouldn't use it for any 'real' work. In terms of the machine itself: - Build quality is excellent, particularly for a sub-$100 laptop. No weird creaks, flexing, etc. - Screen has a matte finish, and is one of the best screens I've seen on a cheap laptop in a long time. No, it's not an Apple ProDisplay XDR, but its bright, crisp, and has great color. - Two USB ports (one USB3), mini-HDMI and an SD-Card slot round out the well-thought out port collection. - Wifi only 2.4GHz, not 5GHz. - Performance is pretty good for a machine with a Celeron N3350 1.1GHz processor and 4GB of RAM. Windows open quickly, websites load fast, etc. The only major bad news is the drive -- at 32GB , its barely big enough for the OS, and it's soldered onto the logic board. Out of the box, the pre-installed Windows + Office takes up 20+GB of the 28GB usable. Install a few updates, and you're easily down to 3GB free. And... Office can't be uninstalled. Well it can be, but uninstalling doesn't actually remove the office files from disk, because Microsoft wants you to be able to 'reset' your PC and get it back. No matter what you do, you can't remove office... ... unless you reformat the machine completely. So that's what I did. To do that, you need to download a new copy of the Windows installation media from Microsoft ( Google for this ), flash it to a USB drive, and then go into the BIOS and configure the machine to boot off the USB drive. Once you've done that, you can format the 28GB main partition, and install Windows by itself. After all the updates, I have about 9GB free, which while not a lot, is enough for some future updates and my data acquisition software. All told, very happy. If you buy one though, just be sure you have a good solid low-powered use case for it.
Very refined mini laptop.
This is a very refined laptop with no problems after delivery. Disappointed that it did not have the Celeron N4000 and instead has a 3350 which is slightly older and weaker CPU. Screen is very nice and volume is louder than my Win. 10 EVOO tablet with keyboard (which has the N4000 chip). MS Office trial was for only about a week by the time it was set up. I was able to get this model for $79 which makes it an excellent buy. It would be nice if they let you know which processor is in the laptop.
Works Great with Ubuntu 19.10
Picked up two for Black Friday, one for myself, one as a gift. Overall, my experience has been pretty good. First of all, however, I did not keep Windows 10 on this device. I formatted and installed Ubuntu 19.10, as it was the only distro I had on hand that would boot with UEFI even with secure boot disabled. After installing, wireless networks are detected, but couldn't authenticate, ended up having to use a wireless dongle until I could use a GIT repository to install a better driver. Then, its been smooth sailing ever since. I haven't tested every single feature, so I can't speak about how the headphone jacks works, or the miniHDMI port. Now, I'll list my PROS and CONS that I've observed so far by using Ubuntu, and NOT Windows 10S. PROS: 1. Sleek small form factor, excellent price for the specs. 2. Long batter life, after BIOS settings tweaked, can probably get 6-8 hours on a modest load in Ubuntu. See Cons. 3. Excellent 1080P panel, great color and contrast, I was not expecting it to be anything this good. Its a great display panel. 4. Runs whisper quiet, as there are no fans. Speakers are quite acceptable as well considering. No issues pairing up a set of Bluetooth headphones. CONS: 1. Requires BIOS tweaking to get optimal settings. By default, mine was set with a high 9W usage and turbo mode enabled. Many probably don't know what this means, but essentially, its running at a higher performance level, but sacrifices battery and also makes it run hotter than a fire cracker under high CPU usage. Throttling settings in BIOS keeps it running cooler, which is essential considering it doesn't have any fans, and also keeps the battery life up. I got about 6 hours of use out of it, could probably stretch it more depends on what all I'm doing. 2. A little under powered, but that's to be expected for the dollar value, especially when throttling, YouTube takes a hit, especially at 720p60 and higher. 480p is acceptable, but page may be slightly sluggish to load due to new YouTube API eating up the CPU for a bit. VLC/SMplayer with proper hardware decoding setup works fine for up to 1080P 10bit media files form my testing. 3. Not a good entry laptop for somebody without some technical know how. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS for Grandma or somebody like that, unless Granny can hit ESC to open up BIOS and tweak some settings. 4. Storage Capacity. 32GB is not much, but know that going in if you keep Windows 10S or have to upgrade to full on Windows 10, you aren't going to have much left over afterwards. Ubuntu takes up a cozy 8GB with about 20GB to spare. That being said, you will still most likely need a MicroSD card (this does have a slot for one) or a USB thumb drive for secondary storage. Don't try to load up all your media files on it. 5. No 5Ghz WiFi support. Bummer considering how new it is. 6. Touchpad ever so slightly sensitive, especially to taps when I just want to use the track pad to move the cursor and accidentally click on something. Can probably be tweaked in software settings however. Keyboard arrow keys have freaked out on me once or twice in BIOS, not sure if that's just me, or if something else is up. Overall, I expect this will work fine and continue to work fine, and I'll adjust my rating if any major issues crop up. I do fear though that the high CPU use with default BIOS settings could cause over heat issues. I still give this 4 stars though for me, personally, but don't recommend to anybody who isn't a technophile.
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