Handle daily computing tasks seamlessly with this Thomson Neo laptop. The Intel Atom processor and 4GB of RAM allow smooth multitasking, while the 4000 mAh lithium-ion battery offers up to seven hours of use. This Thomson Neo laptop has a 10.1-inch WSVGA display and Intel HD 400 integrated graphics for clear visuals, and the 64GB of eMMC storage provide fast startups.
Windows 10 operating system
Windows 10 brings back the Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, like the Edge Web browser that lets you markup Web pages on your screen.
Its 1024 x 600 resolution showcases your games and HD movies with impressive color and clarity.
Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8350 mobile processor
The basic quad-core processor boosts multitasking capabilities for reliable Internet browsing, e-mail, and everyday productivity.
4GB system memory for basic multitasking
Adequate high-bandwidth DDR3L RAM to smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs all at once.
64GB eMMC flash memory
This ultracompact memory system is ideal for mobile devices and applications, providing enhanced storage capabilities, streamlined data management, quick boot-up times, and support for high-definition video playback.
Intel® HD Graphics 400
On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing, and casual gaming. Optimized to use less power.
Weighs 2.54 lbs. and measures 0.6" thin
Ultrathin and ultralight for maximum portability, featuring a smaller screen size and omitting the DVD/CD drive to achieve the compact form factor. 4000 mAh lithium-ion battery.
Mini HDMI output expands your viewing options
Connect to an HDTV or high-definition monitor to set up two screens side by side or just see more of the big picture.
Built-in media reader for simple photo transfer
Supports microSD memory card format.
Wireless connectivity (WiFi 5 - 802.11 ac)
Connect to a Wireless-AC router for nearly 3x the speed, more capacity and wider coverage than Wireless-N. Backward-compatible with all other Wi-Fi networks and hotspots.
Built-in 0.3MP webcam with microphone
Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Skype or other popular applications.
Microsoft Office preinstalled
Consult, modify, and create files within the familiar Office interface optimized for mobile phones, tablets, and small screens (Excel, PowerPoint, Word).
Note: this laptop does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.
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I recently picked up this little laptop because I wanted a SUPER budget friendly windows based laptop just to stream content to my TV.
First, I would like to point out that in the description it says that this laptop has an HDMI port. While technically correct, it is actually an HDMI MINI port, not a regular sized HDMI port.
Right out of the box (after doing all the most current windows and drivers updates) I noticed that after watching an episode of a tv series (in my case The Simpsons) using my Movies & TV app, periodically after one episode would end the next episode would start with NO SOUND. None, at all. I would have to exit out of that episode and then resume that episode for the sound to kick back in. It was a minor nuisance, barely an inconvenience, and certainly not a deal breaker, but not a fantastic first impression for a laptop that was in my possession less than 4 hours.
The next day I was in the middle of watching a movie when out of nowhere the stream stops and I get a message to connect to a network. I look at the wireless icon and it will not display ANY network. So I attempt to restart the machine. Except it will not restart. It would just freeze on the Restarting screen. I eventually have to manually hold down the power button to force the machine to power off. Once I finally got the little laptop to reboot the network icon would display the available networks but would NOT connect to any of them. After messing with the laptop for approximately 45 minutes with no success at reconnecting to an available network I decided that I was going to just return the laptop and swap it out with another budget laptop. At this point I had owned the laptop for less than 24 hours.
I returned the laptop to Best Buy (and still had not hit the 24hrs mark even while standing in line) and swapped it out for the $219.00 ASUS. I have now owned the ASUS longer than I did the Thomson and have not had a single problem at all.
If you are looking for a good budget laptop do yourself a favor and shell out the additional $32.00 for the far superior Asus, or at least the HP. A laptop (even a budget laptop) should last longer than 24hrs.
A:AnswerIf the laptop can run those programs, I would bet that it would be extremely SLOW. This little laptop is really, really, slow. Everything you do on it seems to have a noticeable delay. Mine lasted less than 24hrs before the network card would no longer connect to any network. I returned it and swapped it out for the ASUS at only $219.00. The Asus is NOTICEABLY faster than the Thomson, and has already surpassed the 24hr window that I owned the Thomson. I recommend shelling out the extra $32.00 for the $219.00 ASUS, or HP. You will be happy that you did.