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ASUS UL20 Series UL20FT-A1 12.1" Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit NoteBook
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Rating: 8/10
With 9 User Reviews

Review Date: 07/14/13
Very strong develop, great keyboard, a Synaptics touchpad, beautiful screen, in a position to choose it up with one particular hand, dead quiet, at complete load it only gets warm. The size to computational power ratio with this unit is gorgeous. This is easily twice as rapid as a 2.5Ghz Penryn class machine I recently got rid of. The back of the screen has a brushed aluminum appear and it truly really feel solid in your hands with no perceptible flex. Even the webcam performs actually properly.The Ethernet port, described right here as 10럼 is actually an Atheros ten럼񲿘. As much as I enjoy Synaptics touchpads (vs. any other kind), the single rocker bar that tries to masquerade as two buttons is a crime on a machine that is so effectively designed in almost every single other regard.No Bluetooth. Who doesn't include things like Bluetooth these days?!? What does it price, about a nickel? This especially rubs me incorrect as a BT mouse would be incredibly desirable, if not needed with how poor the touchpad button(s) is. I usually try to turn a adverse into a positive, so I ordered a Bluetooth 3. USB adapter from Newegg to make up for it. I figure if I'm going to permanently consume one particular out of three offered USB ports, could as properly get the newest common that's at present offered for purchase.No ExpressCard or Firewire.Unable to purchase without obtaining Windows. This is twice in 6 months that I've been forced to hand over welfare to the billionaires club in Redmond so that I could get the laptop I wanted. I believe it would take an act of congress to get a license refund A handful of months ago I purchased an Asus G51Jx-A1 as my key rig. When it borders on the absurd so far as how powerful it is, it's also rather large - even for a 15" unit. I decided I needed one thing a bit smaller but didn't want an Atom based netbook. Following spending a week with this sweet little notebook, I almost regret the acquire of the G51J. I could have place the added $$ from that into a huge capacity high speed SSD for this. Throw in an additional 2GB RAM module and a USB powered DVD burner and you have almost everything you want. Don't let the clock speed of the CPU fool you. Arch Linux runs merely flies on this issue. You might not be rather as impressed with the speed of Windows 7. I definitely was not. Nor was I impressed with how significantly garbage Asus loaded up in the Win 7 set up.Lastly, it in all probability wouldn't have hurt any if they had integrated even a low end Nvidia GPU alternatively of relying on an Intel integrated chip.

Review Date: 01/29/13
Great make top quality!cpu only 1.2GHz, but overclocks to 1.6GHz. Wonderful efficiency for such a small cpu! stock hd was crammed w/ useless application. replaced the hd w/ an SSD - the laptop flies now!viewing angles on the screen arnt great.Battery life is quite terrible - i only get 2.5-3hrs on a full charge. I dont take my laptop out of my home a lot so the battery life doesnt bother me. i adore it for its modest size and weight. the cpu performance is outstanding. Windows 7 boots in about 20 seconds w/ my SSD.

Review Date: 12/22/12
Fantastic size and form element, keyboard is straightforward to kind on, screen is beautiful, doesn't get also hot underneath (but it does get hot on the left side, where the air vent is). The trackpad buttons are terrible! There is a single piece of plastic that acts as each buttons, dependent on where you press it. The challenge is, you have to truly press the corners of the thing. Anyplace in the middle and you are pressing neither button. There is genuinely a really little region on either side that is really a button. Why couldn't they have made a bigger button? This is way also thin and little. And it's recessed into the palm rest! You are way a lot more likely to hit the palm rest than the actual button. On a effectively designed machine, this is just terrible. HDMI is not listed in the specs. I took a gamble on this machine since neither Newegg nor Asus could confirm that this unit has HDMI out. Luckily, the very good people who designed this machine had been not as foolish as those who wrote the spec sheet. The laptop DOES come with an HDMI port on the left side, as can be noticed in the images if you click on the picture.

Review Date: 12/05/12
arrived on time. nicely packaged. was defective. and newegg decided not to restock right after i sent in my rma. so i will never ever get the possibility to own a operating model

Review Date: 12/04/12
Size/weight are perfect for a laptop. Screen size is perfect, not too small not too massive. Keyboard is a tiny flimsy (thats why its not a 5 out of 5) not a solid as the rest of the laptop I use this for function and school and it performs flawlessly. Somehow Asus has figured out how to make this factor boot actually rapidly and come out of sleep mode with no OS problems. Excellent job Asus. Now, about the keyboard....

Review Date: 05/17/12
I chose the 12" Asus UL20 over the 13.3" UL30 or U35 because of value and portability. I have not been let down. This is a fantastic value for the money. The i3-330UM processor is quickly sufficient for me, getting that I am not a gamer. Even though I originally wanted a full powered i3 processor, I was happy with the UM processor when I discovered out the UL20 has the Turbo33 software program that boosts the processor performance 33%, up to about 1.8ghz.The build feels genuinely solid with good stiff screen hinges. I have no squeeks from the body or whistles from the hard drive. The metal finish on the leading is wonderful and on the silver model remains reasonably finger print no cost.This factor is actually smaller than I initially thought, but it has a full size chicklet keyboard and a wide screen so I truly forget that it's smaller. The keyboard and screen are great and comfortable. I had no trouble typing on the keyboard which is nice and responsive. I also had no trouble locating excellend viewing angles. There are some cons, even so. My largest beef, which I have heard other people have with most Asus U series models, is the keyboard flex. They keyboard remains a pleasure to type on, but if you watch it when youre typing, there is a smaller amount of bounce, mainly on the number keys 1-five and TAB-T keys. It's not a big annoyance due to the fact you actually don't feel it when youre typing but it is there. I researched the Asus U series and decided this was anything I can live with.Likewise with the mouse button. I like the notion of a single rocker-style button, but the Asus version is as well stiff and tough to push at particular points. It's largely a moot point because you can use finger gestures on the touch pad to scroll and click 90% of the time.I would have liked to see the palm rests and the backing to the chicklet keyboard have been aluminum like the back of the screen is because that seems to be exactly where the majority of the keyboard flex comes from. The palm region is not super glossy. Though it is plastic, it has a good pattern on it and has a semi-gloss really feel. It's not entirely matte, but not what I would consider glossy. Once more, the silver shows fewer finger prints.The track pad has a unique texture on it so it's easy to tell exactly where it is. Since of the size of the machine, the touch pad is sort of modest, but that is to be expected.All together I am thrilled with this machine. I was prepared to trade an optical drive, fancy graphics and gaming capability for size, prortability and style. The graphics can deal with all regular non-gaming tasks such as blue-ray playing if you have a usb drive.Also the 2GB of ram is sufficient, but I am going to upgrade to 4gb. The 2GB DDR-three ram included only takes up One slot, so it's uncomplicated to pop a different 2GB in the remaining slot.
Farouk D@NCIX

Review Date: 03/29/11
Cons: None

Pros: The size at 12.1 inch is a sweet spot for me. I added 2 more gigs of memory, replaced the hard disk with a 40 gig intel SSD (on special) and reinstalled win 7 32 bit version.
Excellent value for money and much better than the larger netbooks

Review Date: 12/28/10
Cons: battery life not as I expected

Pros: Size, no fingerprints, quiet, cool, very solid keyboard,
Great Laptop for travel, touchpad supports two finger scrool, always stays cool and quiet, solid non keyboard feel. No fingerprints on the silver models, stay away from the black models though.
Stephanie W@NCIX

Review Date: 10/08/10
Cons: -Takes a bit of configuring at the beginning to get it comfortable.-Glossy screen loves fingerprints.

Pros: -Fast.-Light.-Can handle 20 tabs no problem.-Easy switching between power modes.-Lotsa ports.
I've had this guy for a month now and, after a few hours of getting the settings to be comfortable, I've found no major complaints about it. It's light enough that I've been carrying it in my backpack to school every day. Youtube videos, movies, small games, and multiple tabs are no problem. Battery life is pretty decent. As long as I charge up in between, it gets me through school in power save mode just fine. If it came with a matte screen I wouldn't have to wipe it down as much as I do. I don't mind, but I took a star off for those who might. Overall, it exceeded my expectations.
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Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Chipset: Intel HM55
Resolution: 1366 x 768
LCD Features: LED backlight
Memory Speed: DDR3 1066
WLAN: 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
Webcam: 0.3M Pixel
Battery: 6-cell lithium ion, 4400 mAh
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