It’s good for day to day activities like browsing the web, or for document creation or writing. You can definitely enjoy movies and TV shows on it as it does come with built in speakers but they’re okay at best, the highlight being the IPS display which offers good viewing angles and sharp colors.
It’s battery life is really good, offering around 6-7 hours of usage before you have to charge it. Overall if you prefer small laptops or just getting nostalgic for netbooks then the Coronic Enabler is a good buy.
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- M.2 expansion slot available
- Comes included with a backpack
- Lightweight and good build quality
- Battery life is good for prolonged usage
- Audio for speakers seems muffled not good
- Limited internal storage
- Limited number of ports
Netbooks are quite uncommon to be seen these days due to laptops becoming fairly cheap but that’s not to say people don’t prefer the small lightweight and compact netbooks so to cater to those people Coronic has come with an attractive product. The Coronic enabler has a small form factor due to it’s 11.6 inch display and it’s limited number of ports.
|Screen Size||11.6 inch Full HD 1920 x 1080 IPS display|
|Processor||Intel Celeron N4000 dual core processor @ 1.1 ~ 2.6Ghz|
|RAM||4GB DDR4 (Upgradeable to 8GB)|
|Storage||64GB EMMC flash storage|
|Battery Life||Approximately 6 hours|
Using an Intel Celeron processor it delivers a decent performance which is mostly thanks to the fact that it’s running on Linux instead of Windows. This might set some people off but Linux does offer a similar experience to windows and honestly would be completely unusable with these specs so going Linux was a better choice.
This Article is Written By Anshuman Jain
I’m a college student pursuing computer science and indulge myself in tech and video games. I’m great at nitpicking and pointing out even the smallest flaws.