2022 ASUS Student Laptop Computer (Military-Grade Duability), 11.6" HD Eye-Care Dsiplay, Intel Celeron N4500, WiFi-6, 1 Year Accidental Damage Protection, Windows 10 Pro (4GB RAM | 128GB Storage)

Regular price $314.57

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SKU: E-12256

Category: Laptop, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 03 - October 10

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  • 【Built for Students】Designed for K-12 students, the BR1100 is the perfect learning companion with its durable qualities like the scratch-resistant cover and all-rounded rubber bumper .The tamper-resistant keyboard ensures that it will stay in one piece for next lesson. With the increased need to work on devices, having a low emission blue light screen helps students stay focused without eye-strain.
  • 【US Military-grade Standard】Build to withstand everyday knowks, bumps, drops and spills without damage. So, whether it's dropped from a classroom desk or the dining table, it's build to keep on going.
  • 【Child Centered Design】Its child centered design features webcam privacy shield, germproof keyboard and TÜV certified display to protect eyes.
  • 【Operating System】 Windows 10 Pro | Ports: HDMI, Headphone/microphone combo jack, LAN, USB 2.0, USB 3.2 Gen 1, USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (Power Delivery)
  • 【Processor】Intel Celeron N4500 processor (1.1 GHz base frequency, up to 2.8 GHz max boost clock, 2 cores) Featuring true machine intelligence and a newly designed efficient architecture, the groundbreaking processor learns and adapts to your needs so you can achieve more

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size11.6 Inches
Max Screen Resolution1366 x 768 Pixels
Processor2.8 GHz celeron
Memory Speed2666 MHz
Hard Drive128 GB SSD
Graphics CoprocessorIntel UHD Graphics
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless TypeValues:
  1. Bluetooth

  2. 802.11ab
Date First AvailableJuly 12, 2022
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on September 24, 2022
just quick note that if you get this laptop in sept of 2022 and forward, its probably going to be charged through the usb-c port like mine came. its still got the other barrel charge port, but it did not come with a barrel charger and included a modern usb-c charger. Thats fantastic for me as I dont want unique chargers for all these things. It was confusing why in 2022 ASUS was still using barrel chargers and for me at least it seems ASUS has upgraded the mainboard to charge though either port.
Reviewed on September 13, 2022
I had doubts about the laptop but my brother was fascinated it only has one day of use and everything has been excellent I hope it continues like this
Reviewed on February 04, 2015
***** Update 1/18/19 I concede, I was wrong about this laptop. Changing my rating from 4 to 5. I've now had it for over 5 years, have not treated it well, and it has held up like a true champion. I have Linux Mint installed on it and it works flawlessly - far better performance in linux than Windows. I dropped it (not the first time) from about a 3ft desk to a laminate floor and busted the hard drive so I got an SSD and it's very fast, a fantastic laptop. I have no real reason to not use this laptop when it comes to basic needs like browsing the net and watching youtube. i've replaced the power adapter, the battery, and hard drive. With as rough of a life as it's had and how well it has handled it, particularly given the good deal I got this is the best laptop I've ever owned. ***** This laptop is only *just* powerful enough to meet my personal minimum for happiness when using a laptop. I am not referring to gaming or anything like that, I'm strictly talking about surfing the net and using office, etc. It has a pretty legit i3 processor and 6GB of ram which make it an exceptional buy for the deal I got it for (299). Had I paid what it costs currently, it would not be worth it since there are other comparable or even better laptops at this price point. I absolutely can't stand the fact that it does not include a removable battery. For some reason some engineer thought this design was a wonderful idea, and no one has had the courage to slap him across the face and tell him to cut it out yet. The build quality is a great attempt at being high class with cheap hardware, but I'll be honest, if I were to have paid over 400 for the laptop (lets assume I got an i5 model), I would not be happy with the build quality at all. The whole thing is pretty flimsy, especially towards the center. Overall, this laptop seems to fit the role I had in mind perfectly. It handles itself very well performance wise and was at a great price point. The design is simplistic and has often overlooked touches that make the laptop a pleasure to use. For example, the nice keys with a logical layout and number pad off to the right. The multi-touch pad is sooo nice once you know how to use it, so take some time to do that because you will be glad you did (hint: if you ever find yourself actually pushing down and clicking the mousepad, you're doing it wrong). It even also still has an optical disc drive which is absent in many -if not most- low end laptops. Pros: Cheap Powerful-ish Optical Disc Drive Multi-touch track pad Full keyboard with numpad Solid wireless performance USB 3.0 HDMI out Built-in SD card reader in the front Cons: Non-removable battery (really?) Flimsy Only 720p display with fairly limited display angles No microphone port (headphone port can be used with certain headsets, but not traditional ones) Neutral: Speakers volume is riiight in the middle where I don't want to call it a pro or a con. Having struggled to hear so many laptops in my life, I know that it seems to be at least average or perhaps a touch better than average, but not loud enough for me to consider it a pro Has a webcam & built in mic, but the quality isnt anything to get excited about.
Reviewed on August 31, 2022
Has all the bells and whistles that I need. Works great and would get another one.
Reviewed on December 04, 2014
A three star laptop in my opinion. I didn't expect much more. This is a Christmas present for my 13 yr old son, I opened it to get started installing updates (I’m the IT Guy both at work and home), and this way he can enjoy his Christmas gift and not have to mess with it Christmas morning. My first order arrived damaged. The box was in perfect condition, but the laptop had something rattling around inside of it, like a loose screw or broken piece of plastic. I didn't even try to turn it on. I immediately initiated the return/exchange process (which Amazon handled beautifully), and I had a replacement within a few days. The replacement arrived in perfect condition, so now I can get started. The laptop looks nice; it has matte black textured finished cover, brushed finish around the keyboard, and a different texture around the touch pad/wrist-rest area. It still picks up fingerprints, but not as bad as glossy finishes. The plastics feel cheap and flimsy (on par with most entry level laptops), as does the touch pad and keyboard. I realize plastic is a strong material, so I’m sure it will hold up fine if treated with care, just not sure how it will hold up to my 13 year old? The keyboard is off center, set to the left (which I don’t care for), in order to make room for a full number keypad on the right. The touch pad works fine, but the “hard mouse clicks” are harder than they should be, if you plan on using a mouse this isn't an issue. The power cord is one piece with the converter build into the plug. It’s nice to have a one piece cord, but the plug/converter uses up real-estate on power strips. The battery is not removable (unless you disassembling the laptop). I've never replaced a laptop battery, because it’s usually time to upgrade by then. Although, I have remove batteries when preforming maintenance tasks; so I’m disappointed I won’t have that option. As other have stated, it comes with Windows 8, and will need to be upgraded to 8.1 (free upgrade). Microsoft recommends preforming all of the Windows 8 updates before installing Windows 8.1, which makes this a painfully slow process (not difficult, just slow). So after several sets of updates and reboots, I’m finally ready to upgrade to Windows 8.1, which is followed by more updates and reboots and the uninstall of the ASUS bloatware. The entire process takes the better part of a day. The sound and screen are adequate, nothing special. You’ll find a DVD/CD-R/W drive, 2 USB ports (one is USB 3.0), HDMI out, VGA out, and 10/100 Ethernet. This is all nice, because many entry level laptops do not have DVD/CD drives or Ethernet (strictly wireless). What you’re paying for here is the Intel CORE i3 processor with 6GB of RAM, and the option to upgrade to 8GB (most in this price range ship with 4GB). The CORE i3 is a great lower/mid-level processor, and although it’s only a dual core, it’s Hyper Thread technology means it will out preform many of its competitors quad core processors. So after all of the updates, and uninstalling bloatware, I’m happy to report the laptop runs Windows 8.1 smoothly with no hesitation, and handles common computing tasks (web surf, streaming, common applications, light gaming, etc…) with ease. I’m sure it will serve my son well. I’ll close by saying I paid $269 for this laptop. At that price it was worth the trouble to update, and I can overlook its shortcomings. At full retail, I believe you can find a better option.