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ASUS Chromebook-Laptop- 11.6" Ruggedized and Spill Resistant Design-with 180 Degree-Hinge, Intel N3060 Celeron 4GB DDR3, 32GB eMMC, Chrome OS- C202SA-YS04 Dark Blue - LaptopUnder 500

ASUS Chromebook-Laptop- 11.6″ Ruggedized and Spill Resistant Design-with 180 Degree-Hinge, Intel N3060 Celeron 4GB DDR3, 32GB eMMC, Chrome OS- C202SA-YS04 Dark Blue

Description

★★★★★
$289.90
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Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎11.6 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1366 x 768 Pixels
  • Processor: ‎1.6 GHz celeron
  • RAM: ‎4 GB DDR3
  • Memory Speed: ‎2.48 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎32 GB Embedded MultiMediaCard
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Wireless Type: ‎802.11ac
  • Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎2
  • Average Battery Life (in hours): ‎1 Hours

Description

  • Ready for drops and spills with rugged construction with reinforced rubber guards, easy grip handles, and a spill resistant keyboard
  • Lightweight 2.65 pound body and rugged construction that can be dropped from 3.9 feet so you can take it anywhere without disruption
  • 11.6...

    User reviews

    So... I have a boat on the coast, about three hours from where I live. I typically am very good about making sure I have my classic Windows Based lap top with me at all times, because of my work. I just never know when I'm going to need to make a change to our website or utilize a Manufacturer's website portal. Well.. Last weekend, I forgot my laptop and I desperately needed one... FAST. I went to Staples and saw a Chromebook and was very skeptical. In the store, I was able to access the website that I needed to work from.... Unfortunately, the Sales Person at Staples was 1) too lazy to see if the particular model that I was using in the store was available and 2) Actually told me that I would not be happy with this purchase and would likely return it and suggested that I shouldn't buy it... So.. I didn't.Instead, I borrowed a typical Laptop form someone and completed my work.I was still intrigued by the chrombook idea... So, I got on Amazon and found this little guy.. I figured that the water resistance on the keyboard might be helpful one day with the machine being primarily for the boat. I also liked the rugged rubber on the outside.. I was concerned at first about the notion that this was a Student Machine... But... In reality, students are probably WAY ahead of me in computers at this point.I ordered this machine and in two days it arrived. I LOVE it! I am on the boat now typing and listening to Spotify on the machine at the same time. It runs all of the programs and emails that I need for work and it is super light and easy to carry around. It takes some time to get acquainted with some of the Chromebook processes and use features... Some are similar to standard PC but many are not. I was very frustrated when some applications or websites wouldn't scroll down.. Then somebody showed me how two fingers on the touch pad at the same time allows for scrolling of any page.I have been able to access all spreadsheets that are emailed to me and open every business email or program. I am going to keep using this as my primary machine until I find an application that I cannot do. My biggest issue now is that this was designed to be left on the boat for emergency use, but I find it so easy to use and practical that I will likely be taking it home...Also, it operates very fast and I have had none of the issues with the touch pad or with slow operation that some people have mentioned in the reviews. When you open it, it is ready to go. No waiting for it to boot up or anything like that.I highly recommend this.
    My son has a Samsung Chromebook that he is using for e-learning that we've had for a couple of years. I was working from home on my laptop that was not fast enough for my work projects with Google Slides. I used my son's Chromebook to see if it would keep up with my Google Drive work load and it did. My other son has a full size Asus laptop that is nice one. I didn't want a full size laptop. I looked around online for a Chromebook for myself and came upon this little gem. I LOVE IT! Of course Chromebooks are fast and easy to set up. That is probably standard across the board no matter what brand you choose. What I like about this Asus Chromebook over some of the other Chromebooks I've worked on is the keyboard. It's keys are raised and not as flat. I prefer that for better typing as my own personal preference. I like the look and feel of this Chromebook. It's light weight and not bulky. The screen quality is nice. Someone in another review of this Chromebook commented that the blue lettering was hard to see on black keys. I have not had any issue with it. The blue is a baby blue which stands out fine on the keys, so not a dark blue on black. And my eyes aren't perfect, so I don't feel this is an issue at all. The touch mouse-pad is great. I have been working with Google Slides and Good Docs with ease. It keeps up beautifully. (happy dance)I've had no issues with this Chromebook. It fits my needs for my work and personal needs. I could not be happier.
    I'm in a Doctoral program, picked this up considering it's price, never had a chromebook before, never again.I downloaded from the Google app store, the MS Office apps, Word, XL, PPT and a few other things I tend to use.In a virtual class, we use Zoom. I had chrome open, 3 tabs I think, and the Word and PPT app, and the zoom app with about 7 connections, only 1 using video. Sound was static-y, slurring, breaking up, in and out. Video was not so great, pausing, skipping, basically Verzion's issues at home. I repeatedly got a pop up message, something to the effect of, "Performance issues due to low resources" (overtaxing the processor). THAT'S NOT GOOD!!I'm probabaly returning the device. If it cannot handle 3 tabs open in chrome, 2 apps, and zoom, it's a dud. Very confused how this got such great reviews. People must be using it for writing 1 or 2 sentences of unformatted text in notepad - otherwise, it's pretty useless.


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