Summary: Much of what I like about the ASUS X200 isn't under the hood. It's a sleek machine, thin, light, and attractive, though the black frame around the display on the white model is odd. More importantly, it's well-built, and the surface is refreshingly non-glossy and smudge-free. It also has quite a few connectivity options I didn't expect to see at this price-point, including USB 3.0, two different display outputs, and an ethernet port.
Excerpt: Available for under £200, the X200MA seems like something of a bargain, particularly as it's both small (11.1in screen) and light (1.2kg). While cheap laptops can also look a bit bland, the X200MA is available in a vibrant blue or red case, although more standard black or white models are also available. In reality, your choice of colour might not have that big an impact, as the bold colours don’t extend beyond the laptop’s exterior.