ASUS Vivobook Go 14 L410 Ultra Thin Laptop, 14” FHD, Intel Celeron N4020, 4GB RAM, 64GB

(963 customer reviews)

Original price was: $229.99.Current price is: $169.99.

Boasting a 14” FHD display, Intel Celeron N4020 processor, and 4GB RAM, it ensures efficient multitasking and vibrant visuals. The laptop’s 64GB eMMC storage provides quick boot-up times and streamlined data management. Enjoy the convenience of NumberPad and the latest Windows 11 Home in S Mode. Additionally, get a 1-year subscription to Microsoft 365. This ultra-thin laptop combines style with functionality, making it a star in the world of portable computing.



ASUS Vivobook Go 14 L410 Ultra Thin Laptop, 14” FHD Display, Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, NumberPad, Windows 11 Home in S Mode, 1 Year Microsoft 365, Star  :

  • Efficient Intel Celeron N4020 Processor (4M Cache, up to 2.8 GHz)
  • 14” Full HD (1920×1080) Display
  • 64GB eMMC Flash Storage and 4GB DDR4 RAM
  • Windows 11 in S mode with One Year Microsoft 365 Personal included
  • Slim and Portable: 0.72” thin and weighs only 2.87 lbs (battery included)
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C, USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, USB 2.0 Type-A, HDMI 1.4, Headphone/Headset (*USB Transfer speed may vary. Learn more at ASUS website)
  • Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) for speeds up to three times faster than Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
  • Windows 11 in S mode is a 100% app based version of Windows where applications are verified and tested for quality on the Microsoft store. If you want to install an app that isn’t available in the Microsoft Store, you’ll need to switch out of S mode for free, which is easy and fast.

963 reviews for ASUS Vivobook Go 14 L410 Ultra Thin Laptop, 14” FHD, Intel Celeron N4020, 4GB RAM, 64GB


    SGD $200+ only
    what more to ask for a laptop?
    Works as perfectly as any machine on more powerful CPUs
    I did my research, as long as the CPU is N4000 and above, it should work fine
    This one has an N5000 something
    It work absolutely fine for surfing, word, excel, pdf

    I am a reasonable techie
    In this case, I purchased and installed an SSD (can’t remember if it was NVME or M.2) as it would run faster than the in-built emmc
    nothing difficult, just take out all the screws from behind and insert the SSD

    For all new PC purchases, I will do a clean install of windows from a thumb drive using windows 10 image downloaded directly from microsoft. I will then create a backup image of my installation on another drive

    Whenver the machine gets cranky or starts to slow down, I just re-load the windows image

  2. DzCechk

    The media could not be loaded.

    For those experiencing ridiculous sluggishness…. What your experiencing is a System Interrupt storm. This can verified by going into Task Manager and selecting details Tab and sort by CPU usage.

    Before disabling Windows Update … use it to Update Hardware Drivers. (Found under optional Updates or alternatively an ASUS support app)

    I hope to make this a detailed review, but also brief. I am somewhat technical savvy, so that needs to be taken into account. Every one star review that you’re seeing is accurate until ….you disable Windows Update.

    Ideally, Straight out of the box You set up the free Microsoft 365 (Office), and while you’re at it allow Microsoft 365 to update the most recent. Then use one of the options on its install page to disable its updates in the future.
    Now here’s the most important part, you need to disable Windows Update. If you let this ASUS update, you will hate this machine….

  3. christine

    i see so many reviews saying it’s so slow and it sucks, it’s truly a great laptop considering the price point. i wasn’t expecting a super fast top of the line laptop BUT it has been preforming just fine, the battery compacity is good considering how small and light weight this laptop is, and has no issues loading up many things. i haven’t had any issues streaming content and it hasn’t frozen, there’s been a few things that took a short moment to load but it really isn’t as terrible as these reviews make it out to be! i would reccomend this for laptop for someone who needs a laptop for school/collage/classes and is on a budget!

  4. DzCechk

    Great Computer for the low cost

  5. Bruce

    Looks like the pictures. Came in uncharged. I saw a review that said there was no charging cable. I’m guessing they accidently threw it out, because I found one and it’s small. You’ll find it within the framing of the box. After it charged, it fired up and was just fine. Takes a little bit to load, but I don’t care too much about that.

    I love ASUS laptops because you get a good product for the money and they look cool and operate great! However, power supplies seem to be their kryptonite.

    Needed to replace my other ASUS laptop that has a bad power supply that randomly decides to turn off and will not run unless attached to a cord. My other ASUS is far superior to this one, however, what good is car that has a bad battery?!

  6. Lindsohh

    Honestly a great computer for very basic minimal browsing and email. If you are using this for school, work or gaming it’s a no go. Very slow and gets easily “overwhelmed” making you force quit applications when running more than three at a time. I think it’s a fair price for how basic it is but not worth it for me while in school, I honestly wish I spent more money on a better asus laptop

  7. Luke of the Wild

    This is about what I expected for the price point here, but going from my Ryzen 7 5800x and 48 gigs of Corsair Vengeance RAM to this potato is frustrating in all the worst ways. It can handle at most three open tabs in Chrome reliably, I attempted to open 25 tabs and the PC crashed. It’s horrifically slow, from CPU to RAM to the WiFi card. That being said, the screen is pretty decent, I like the keyboard a lot, the touchpad is a decent size (I prefer larger touchpads) and the light weight is very handy. It’s got a numpad which is a weird must-have for me, and it doesn’t make the laptop massive to accommodate the additional space on the keyboard. The build quality seems nice so far and I appreciate the HDMI port on such a slim profile. All in all, it’s exactly what I need, even though it’s incredibly slow, I’m only using it to type out documents, check emails, and print shipping labels, so it’s doing what I need, which is the bare minimum. I wouldn’t recommend this laptop if you…

  8. Yandezze

    They found it to be one of the best laptops in terms of value. The fast SSD storage is also a notable feature, evident from the good read and write speeds in the CrystalDiskMark numbers. The laptop has a solid construction, portable design, and reliable performance.

  9. Broke first day I got the bracelet I guess I’m not smart girl cuz I ordered it again same thing happened again.

    Ease of use and the number grid on the.touch pad.

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