What if you could take the benefits of a VivoBook laptop and add a twist… or flip as they call it and add the ability to rotate the screen a full 360 degrees and use as both a tablet and laptop? That is exactly what you will find in the new Asus VivoBook Flip TP203NA-BP051T. With convertible laptops quickly making a name for themselves we will review some of the benefits and downsides to this model and see just how well it stacks up.
Processor: Intel N3350
Memory: 2 GB of RAM
Storage: 32 GB eMMC
Screen: 11.6 Inches
OS: Windows 10
– Asus has put a lot of effort into making this laptop very mobile friendly and while with a 11.6 inch display we might have expected a little lighter weight it is still light enough to easily take on the go at just 1.75 KG
– Battery life is just as important as weight when on the go and since this model has the ability to give you up to 11 hours on a single charge it scores high marks in this regard
– The 360 degree rotatable touchscreen is a great addition to any laptop. Different tasks require different setups and having the ability to change this setup all on a single device makes life just that much easier
– Unfortunately one thing that Asus didn’t focus on when designing this laptop was high end performance. It only includes a very basic Intel processor and a very limited amount of memory at just 2 GB. This device is not going to keep the high end business user happy and is better suited to lighter tasks like internet browsing, video playback and keeping up with email
– On a similar note as above the hard drive space is scaled back compared to what you would find on a standard full sized laptop model. The small 32 GB eMMC has great performance but limited space and many consumers will want to have an external drive as well to keep all of their data
The Asus VivoBook Flip TP203NA-BP051T doesn’t have the same kind of performance we have come to expect from the VivoBook lineup but it offers consumers a nice option if they are just looking for something basic and mobile friendly.