This is a Microsoft Windows and Walmart sponsored post.
ASUS X551CA Features vs. Student’s Needs
I’m discussing the ASUS X551 because I received this laptop to review. There are many other Windows-based laptops available at Walmart.
ASUS X551CA Feature
|Laptop that is easy to carry around because they are mobile.||4.7 pounds|
|Ability to get working quickly on the laptop.||2 second instant on resumes computer from sleep mode in 2 seconds.|
|Room to store all their files including music, photos, videos and documents.||500 GB hard drive with plenty of room for all a student’s files|
|Excellent sound because student’s like to listen to music.||SonicMaster sound technology for excellent sound.|
|Large enough screen to work on documents side by side. Students often have more than 1 Window open.||15.6″ HD screen|
|Connect a headset to connect with friends using video conferencing.||Windows 8 with Skype and built-in HD webcam. Combo audio jack.|
|Transfer photos quickly for projects (or sharing with friends.)||USB 3.0 for fast transfers, 2-in-1 card reader (SD & MMC)|
|Connect to the Internet.||Integrated high-speed wireless 802.11 b/g/n|
|Watch movies on the computer.||1366 x 768 HD widescreen for viewing and a DVD player|
Here are several photos of the ASUS X551CA:
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Sit down with your student and go over the 4 tech buying tips. Next, head over to the Microsoft Connected Campus website at Walmart to search for the perfect Windows device for your student. You can order the laptop online and have it delivered to your home.
Start out the school year on a positive note. Giving our kids the technology they need for school will help them be successful.
Disclosure: This is a Microsoft Windows and Walmart sponsored post. All opinions are my own.