- Samsung Exynos 1.70GHz
- 2GB Memory 16GB SSD
- Integrated Graphics
- 1366 x 768
- Google Chrome OS
Budget Wonder 01/11/2014
-Fast booting times, thanks to the SSD.
-Chromebook overall makes complete use of its resources, thank you Chrome OS.
-HDMI, USB 3.0, and the SD card slot makes this a feature-full budget laptop.
-Ability to prolong the life of the battery to about 7 hours!
-Google Drive gives you gigabytes (not sure how many GBs) of storage when registering the chromebook for a year.
-The track-pad, I believe, is great; see other thoughts.
-The overall feel for the laptop is sturdy enough for regular use. In other words it doesn't feel flimsy.
-Keyboard is easy to work with.
-Picked this up for $222, CHEAP.
-No Adobe Flash Support, but perhaps there's an app that enables it.
-Screen is cheap but, you get what you pay for.
-Doesn't come in different colors.
-I understand some people might use more than 16GB but you have to make some compromises; the SSD really attracts me more than a larger mechanical drive at this price, it helps tremendously with boot speeds.
-The track-pad is amazing (or I might be easily amazed), it doesn't have two extra buttons like a traditional track-pad does but what the chromebook does instead is allows the user to use two fingers and by either tapping or clicking on the track-pad it is translated to a right-click. Same with a single finger that translates to a left-click. Similar to tablet configs.
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