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ASUS X200CA

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Introduction

This is an 11.6“ Windows 8 UEFI North American laptop with a Celeron CPU. Ubuntu 14.04 on a USB3 stick ran flawlessly.

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Specifications

NameASUS X200CA
Processor1.5G Celeron
Screen11.6” 1366×768
RAM4G
HDD320G
Optical DriveNone
GraphicsIntel 3rd gen core processor
NetworkEthernet, Wireless, Bluetooth)

Linux Compatibility

DeviceCompatibilityComments
ProcessorYes1.5G Celeron
ScreenYesTouchscreen works
HDDNot TestedRan off a USB3.0 8G stick
Optical DriveNoNone present
Graphics ChipYes
VGA OutYes
DVI PortNo
HDMI PortYes,Not Tested
DisplayPortNo
Touch ScreenYesWorks, not tested much
SoundYes
Bulti-in MicrophoneYes
Headphone JackYesCombined Microphone and headphone jack
Microphone JackYesCombined Microphone and headphone jack
EthernetYes, Not Tested
WirelessYes
BluetoothYes
WWANNot Tested
ModemNo
USBYesTwo USB 2.0, one USB 3.0
ESATANo
FirewireNo
Card ReaderYesMMC or SD cards
ExpressCard SlotNo
Fingerprint ReaderNo
WebcamYes
Docking StationNo
Touch PadYes
Track PointNo
Suspend/ResumeNot TestedNo swap set up on USB stick

Notes

No load CPU temp. is around 53 C. Brightness function keys work. Wireless and video worked out of the box.
Disable Secure boot and fast boot, Change the boot order to USB first, and save on that screen to make change
permanent.

Summary

This machine's hard disk was untouched by running Ubuntu off a USB 3.0 8G stick. The performance was good, and things just worked. A nice, portable machine for Linux.


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