Reviews and Problems with Asus X200CA - series with TouchScreen
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Case cracking after 15 months
Dan Deweese "aka DJ Deweese", Amazon
17 April 2015
Summary: After 15 months of very gentle use the case by one of the hinges on the screen side is badly cracked. The laptop will be increasingly fragile and difficult to open and close due to this defect, and it's just over a year old. We Googled it and found out we're not the only one with this issue.
Summary: The unit works, however, after several weeks, the battery would no longer hold a charge. No simple matter is just replacing the battery in this unit, it requires complete dis-assembly to get to the battery.
Summary: This machine is full of useless bloatware that slows it down incredibly, and ASUS does not provide a list of what of these you HAVE to keep in order for the machine to run. I went to return it but missed the return date. Maybe I can spare someone else the nightmare of having to futz with this mess.
Love the Ubuntu operating system, but the laptop itself is junk.
D. Suich, Amazon
2 June 2014
Summary: After only a few months of using this computer, it started having problems. The mouse, which is a very annoying design to begin with, is also unreliable. It stopped working completely and I had to re-install the Ubuntu (Linux) operating system.
Summary: My husband bought this exact computer in January for $320 and loves it for the price. I needed a new cheap computer to drag around with me to work sites and decided to get the same one. This one is constructed out of different materials.
Summary: My son has had a number of challenges since I purchased this product 4.5 months ago. the biggest issue is the touch screen it self apparently there is a problem with something called phantom touch where the screen has a mind of its own. As a result he doesn't use the screen to operate the system....
Summary: Great concept but this little guy can't handle the applications it's loaded with. I suppose it's the processor that's the real problem. It simply moves at the speed of a machine from the late '90s, and hangs up frequently.