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Asus VivoBook Flip Pentium 14" Touch Laptop $299

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Walmart offers the 3.3-lb. Asus VivoBook Flip Intel Pentium Apollo Lake 2.5GHz 14" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Laptop [walmart.com] for $299 with free shipping. That's $100 off.

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ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 TP401 is the slimmest and lightest 14-inch model in the ASUS VivoBook Flip range. It has an incredibly-slim 15.4mm profile, and features the ASUS NanoEdge ultra-narrow display bezel that enables it to fit 14-inch display into a chassis of an average 13-inch laptop. It's powered by up to an Intel Quad Core processor for the performance required for daily multitasking and entertainment. Use VivoBook Flip 14 as a stylish laptop, a handy tablet, or anything in between.
Powerful & efficient Intel Quad-Core Pentium N4200 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.5 GHz) 64 EMMC Storage, and 4GB DDR4 RAM.
14 inch glossy screen in a 13 inch frame with NanoEdge HD Wideview technology and a touchscreen display with up to 178 viewing angle optimized for entertainment.
13 wide, 0.6 thin with 0.3 bezel for a stunning 73% screen-to-body ratio; Aluminum chassis and lightweight at 3.3 pounds.
Portable and convertible 2-in-1 laptop with four viewing modes: tablet, tent, stand, and laptop.
Comprehensive connections including, USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen1), Micro HDMI, Micro USB 2.0, SD Card Reader, plus headphone out and audio-in combo jack.
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EMMC Storage ??
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EMMC Storage ??
According to the description 64 EMMC storage.
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According to the description 64 EMMC storage.
What is EMMC ?
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EMMC Storage ??

Here's a good article

https://www.windowscentral.com/emmc-vs-ssd
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Any chance storage is upgradable?
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Any chance storage is upgradable?
I think the eMMC card is hardwired into the machine. It looks like you could add memory with an SD card or USB drive.

I may have to go check this out at the store. I'm looking for something very light to carry around for day to day word processing and web surfing, and 64gb might be enough memory to get by. ASUS machines have been pretty good IME.
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Ugh, N series Pentium that traces its origins back to the same lineage as Atom processors. Don't expect a screamer of a laptop with this mediocre CPU. If you're going to go Pentium, look for a U-series CPU.
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How powerful is a Quad-Core Pentium N4200 processor, compared to a 7th Gen Dual-Core i5 & is the N4200 the latest Pentium CPU? Also, what's faster, eMMC flash storage or an SSD?
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4gb ram, meh
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Gorgeous laptop! Thanks OP!
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This seems like a really good "Chromebook competitor" Laptop. The CPU should handle browsing and tasks like Office, or YouTube without issue and 4GB isn't awful. You get Two-In-One form factor, slim aluminum body, USB-C, and the screen is seemingly 1080p which is hard to find on laptop's this cheap.
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Here's a good article

https://www.windowscentral.com/emmc-vs-ssd
What does this equal to or mean
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Webcam?
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Why isn't every laptop to come out in the last 2-years not equipped with a fingerprint sensor? It's so much more convenient on a password protected laptop then even on a smartphone in my opinion.
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