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  • In the budget category, ASUS has more tricks up its sleeve. Their 1015E-DS01 mini-laptop has a 10.1-inch screen, a Celeron 847 1.1GHz processor, 3 USB ports (one of which is USB 3.0), and Windows 8 preinstalled. While it unfortunately lacks a touchscreen, it still offers a lot of value for the price of $295 and is certainly one of the best mini laptops of all time. Its super-compact design means that you can easily take it with you on your travels, and with a weight of around 2.8 pounds it won’t put any strain on your muscles either. It also has fantastic battery life with up to 7.5 hours of operation. Overall it’s nice if you’re looking for a small, humble machine that can do most everyday tasks.

    While Gateway isn’t the most popular brand of PCs today, they still produce some great performers for a low price. Their new LT41P04u mini laptop features Windows 8, a Celeron N2805 1.46GHz processor, Intel HD graphics, a battery life of up to 5 hours, and a sharp, simple design. All in all, these are pretty standard specs for its price of $329.99, but something that stands out among everything else is the fact that its 10.1-inch screen is also a touchscreen, which complements Windows 8 quite nicely. Touch ability is normally something you wouldn’t expect from such a cheap mini laptop, so this is a nice bonus from Gateway.

  • With mini laptops, HP has always offered a nice balance between speed, quality, and cost. Their Pavilion DM1 laptop series has been updated more than once over the years and their latest iteration includes a few nifty features like the AMD E2-1800 APU at 1.7GHz, Windows 8 preinstalled, and Radeon HD 7340 discrete-class graphics. These specs combined with the laptop’s slim and lightweight design already makes it worth its price of $399.99. But as icing on the cake, every Pavilion DM1-4310nr also includes two years of free T-Mobile 4G connectivity. This means that for two years, you’ll be able to connect your laptop to the Internet no matter where you are, even away from any Wi-fi hotspots.

    For those who don’t desire having tablet/laptop hybrid functionality, ASUS also offers their VivoBook series. The X200CA model includes Windows 8 (freely upgradeable to Windows 8.1) as well as an 11.6-inch touchscreen. The fact that it has a touchscreen is rather novel considering that this mini laptop retails for only $299; its low price makes it one of the best mini laptops you can buy if you’re on a tight budget. The hardware isn’t exactly the beefiest with a 1.5GHz Intel Celeron 1007U, but for basic functionality like web browsing, watching streaming media such as Netflix or YouTube, or using Microsoft Office, it’s more than adequate and will perform quite well.

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    ASUS tends to offer very capable PC hardware at extremely affordable costs. Their new Transformer Book meets and exceeds what you’d expect out of a mini laptop, and is a great example of the recent trend of tablets and laptops starting to converge. Much like the Surface, it can act as both a touchscreen tablet and a small laptop with its included keyboard dock. It comes with Windows 8.1, a 1.86 GHz Intel Atom Z3740, and 64GB of solid state storage. You won’t be running any demanding PC games on it, but for its price of $429.99 you can’t really go wrong it. Usually, laptops in this price range do not also function as tablets or even have a touchscreen, which makes this Transformer Book a fantastic deal.

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Very similar to its DS01 counterpart, the ASUS 1015E-DS03 laptop is a small machine with a 10.1-inch screen and rather conservative processor. Its most significant difference from the other model, though, is its inclusion of Ubuntu rather than the usual Windows. Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system designed to be very simple and easy to use, and offers a wide variety of free applications that you can install. But even though it’s not Windows, it’s every bit as capable with its LibreOffice productivity suite, Firefox web browser, and everything you can install through the Software Center. But besides the included OS, this mini laptop has all the same benefits and drawbacks of the corresponding Windows model, except with a slightly lower price of $229.