Asus VivoBook X202E DH31T Review - Watch CNET's Video & Read Our Review. My new notebook computer is small, light, and makes few compromises to get the price under $500. I disagree with this review, because I use it as an engine at home and the office mostly, so the keyboard and trackpad compromises aren't that big of an issue for me. I keep mine charged, and don't need long battery life; but, I will be buying an extra battery for travel. Portability and touch screen are most important to me, and this little guy is a lot faster than you would think with a Core I3 processor. It is quicker, with its SSD cache drive, than my previous Core I7 machine. As with all purchases, check your new notebook out at the computer store first.