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Asus W1N

Asus W1N
alaScore 76

14 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Asus W1N. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Asus W1N is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: William Pagan (pcmag.com)

ASUS W1N

 

This notebook delivers a fairly well-configured gaming system with enough power to achieve impressive scores on our benchmark tests.

Good battery life. Sleek aluminum case. Priced well.

Older model Pentium M processor. Low-end graphics chipset.

The W1N's reasonable price, elegant design, wide screen, and good performance make it a great choice for multimedia buffs and gamers who don't have the dough to blow $4,000. Its powerful components, durable aluminum case, and long battery life will...

Oct, 2004

Expert review by: Alex Kidman (cnet.com.au)

Asus W1N

 

Does Asus' notebook make Microsoft's Media Center OS redundant?

Tons of integrated functionality ; Widescreen 15\" LCD ; Easy access to media files ; Good battery life

Somewhat iffy construction ; Noisy DVD burner ; Confusing remote control

We tested the W1N with Bapco's MobileMark 2002, where the unit recorded scores of 195 in the productivity test, lasting two hours thirty-seven minutes. In the less intensive reader test, the W1N conked out after three hours and nineteen minutes -- an...

Aug, 2004

Expert review by: Alex Kidman (zdnet.com.au)

Asus W1N

 

Does Asus' notebook make Microsoft's Media Center OS redundant?

Aug, 2004

Consumer review by: Thirdlife (newegg.com)

This is Awesome

 

I bought this system for the owner of the company I work for. He was looking for a mid-range system with at least a 15" screen. After reading reviews and reading Asus's Global 2-year warranty, I decided to go with it. I was pleased to see that the...

Battery Life ; Weight ; Look ; Lack of bloat-ware ; Bundle of games, headphones, mouse, and carrying case

Nero, Power(ASUS) DVD, and other software was not installed ; No full version of Windows, just restore CD and partition

Nov, 2005

Consumer review by: Jack (newegg.com)

Fantastic quality

 

This notebook is unbelievable in quality, nice metal case, 2 year global warranty. The graphics / screen quality is outstanding!!! Comes with the hard drive partitioned "C @46.9GB" & "D@31.1GB" set up as Fat32. The XP Pro was SP1, so updates were...

Oct, 2005

Consumer review by: shinyshell (newegg.com)

Everything I Wanted and More!

 

I love this notebook. My grocery list included lots of memory, ports,and speed. It surpasses all of the other notebooks I considered in the price range, especially w/ the $xx.00 rebate New egg offers. My order was sent on a Monday and I received it on...

Oct, 2005

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Tough notebook that works great

 

I've had the W1N for 9 months now and it's performed beautifully. The screen is great and I love the aluminum body. ASUS customer support is also fantastic - I dropped the notebook from about 4 feet onto a hard floor and broke a screen hinge. ASUS...

Feb, 2005

Consumer review by: blu (newegg.com)

ASUS w1n NoteBook Intel Pentium M 735(1.70GHz) 15.4" Wide SXGA+ 1GB Memory DDR333 80GB HDD 5400rpm DVD/CD-RW Combo ATI Mobility Radeon 9600

 

This laptop was definately a great buy. The quality of the flatscreen is high definition, even though I have a dead pixel; you can hardly see it. I recommend all Asus products.

Sep, 2004

Consumer review by: susa (cnet.com.au)

"Good in its cl****"

 

I think this notebook compares favourably with others in its price bracket. It's got enough power and multimedia features to be a desktop replacement, and the minimalist design look quite elegant.

Nov, 2004

Consumer review by: Anonymous (cnet.com.au)

"great notebook"

 
Oct, 2004
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Product Specifications

Audio

Number of built-in speakers:2

Display

Contrast ratio (typical):750:1
Display Diagonal:15.4

Graphics

Discrete graphics adapter:Y
Discrete graphics adapter model:AMD Mobility Radeon 9600
Maximum graphics adapter memory:0.064

Memory

Internal memory:0.5

Networking

Networking features:Ethernet/Fast Ethernet/Gigabit Ethernet/IEEE 802.11b/IEEE 802.11g

Optical Drive

CD read speed:24
CD rewrite speed:10
CD write speed:16
DVD read speed:8
DVD-R speed:4
DVD-RW speed:2
DVD+R speed:4
DVD+RW speed:2.4

Other Features

Compatible operating systems:Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Dimensions (WxDxH):14.3 x 10.4 x 1.26
Display:LCD
Internal modem: Yes
Modem Speed:56
Security Features:-BIOS booting / HDD User Password\n-Kensington lock hole mechanisme

Processor

Chipset:Intel 855PM
Motherboard chipset:Intel 855PM
Processor cache:2
Processor cache type:L2
Processor frequency:1.6
Processor front side bus:400
Processor Manufacturer:Intel

Storage

Total Storage Capacity:60

Weight & Dimensions

Weight:7.05