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In the VivoBook Flip 12, The top of the base has a texture that simulates brushed metal. The case shows good workmanship and has no shortcomings in that regard. In terms of stability also, there is nothing to complain about. The battery is built-in, and the computer does not have a maintenance flap.
To get inside, all the screws on the bottom have to be removed. Then you have to put the convertible on its feet again and open the top of the base unit. For this, you need a flat lever and have to be very careful, since the top is held in place by many plastic brackets that can easily break. After you have loosened the top, you still cannot take it off, since inside the case runs a flat cable that is glued to the top of the base unit as well as the frame of the hard drive. It is above the keyboard, almost right in the center. At this point we gave up trying to open the device to avoid causing damage.
The VivoBook offers a decent selection of connections. The small computer brings three USB 3.1 Gen-1 ports (1x Type C, 2x Type A). There is also a video output (HDMI). There is much to like about the position of the connections, which are on both sides towards the back. Thus the area of the palm rest remains free of cables
|Processor Type||Intel Celeron N3350|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro|
|Supported Memory Types||No|
|Memory Clock Speed||No|
|Internal Memory (RAM)||No|
|Front Camera Megapixel||No|
|Memory Layout (Modules X Size)||No|
|Card Reader Integrated||No|
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