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SAMSUNG 11.6" Chromebook with Intel N3060 up to 2.48GHz, 4GB Memory, 16GB eMMC Flash Memory, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, Webcam, Chrome Operating System, Black - LaptopUnder 500

SAMSUNG 11.6″ Chromebook with Intel N3060 up to 2.48GHz, 4GB Memory, 16GB eMMC Flash Memory, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, Webcam, Chrome Operating System, Black


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  • Standing screen display size: ‎11.6 Inches
  • Screen Resolution: ‎1366x768
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1366 x 768
  • Processor: ‎1.6 GHz Intel_Mobile_CPU
  • RAM: ‎4 GB DDR3
  • Memory Speed: ‎1600 MHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎32 GB SSD
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎Intel HD Graphics 400
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎4 GB
  • Wireless Type: ‎Bluetooth
  • Number of USB 2.0 Ports: ‎1
  • Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎1
  • Average Battery Life (in hours): ‎11 Hours


  • 11.6 Inches, 1366 x 768 HD resolution display with LED backlight
  • Intel Celeron Processor N3060
  • 4GB system Memory 16GB eMMC flash memory
  • Intel HD Graphics 400, Bluetooth 4 0 interface Syncs with compatible devices, 1 USB 3 0 port maximizes the latest high-speed...

    User reviews

    I bought this Chromebook basically out of curiosity. I've never had a Chromebook before but I have owned Windows, Apple, and Linux systems. I wanted to see just how useful it really is when used as a laptop replacement. I think a large percentage of the laptop community still has no freaking idea what chrome OS is. They were spoon fed Windows from birth. This review will make sense to the tech community, for the Win world - not so much.This Chromebook uses a somewhat customized version of Android operating system. My reading suggests about version 4.4. Before you let that dissuade you from getting one, it actually works quite well. The screen is not touch sensitive, but the track pad recognizes a two finger touch as a context menu - akin to a Windows right click. Access to the play store allowed me to quickly populate it with everything I needed to get through my day. I can work with zip,tar, and other compressed formats, and open almost any file I set my sights on. The one exception was a docx word file. My word processor only handled doc files. I could probably get around this by using the online version of MS Word but haven't tried that yet. Since tax season is coming up I tried three of the more popular online tax packages to see how they worked with it. I was able to work in TurboTax, Taxcut, and H&R block without any issues. The TurboTax version uses a very cool import to take a PDF copy of your W-2 and import and fill in all the fields. This worked flawlessly. I was also able to connect my wireless brother printer in a matter of minutes. This is kind of impressive for an older version of Android but by simply downloading the brother application for printers, I had set it up without hardly in any intervention from me. It just found it, like Win10 does with wireless printers. This Chromebook comes with 32GB of storage but has the ability to use an SD card for an upgrade. I was able to upgrade it with an additional 256gb for no more than $65. the response time on applications was well within the margin of what you would expect for a normal laptop. Everything opened quickly and applications did what they were supposed to do without any hesitation. I will say that on first impressions, the plastic casing of the Chromebook looks kind of cheap. but then again it is kind of cheap at less than two hundred dollars you're not going to get a stainless steel case. This would make a perfect workbook to take on a plane and get some work done or something to just sit around and browse internet all day. The battery life is supposed to be at around 11 hours and from what I've seen so far it looks like it would make that. I was able to use it off and on pretty much all day and only used about 50% battery reserve. It is also less than 3 pounds. It's so light you can forget you have it with you. It also is not bad for watching movies on. I installed the Netflix app and streamed several hours of video with no drop outs. All said, I think this makes a good inexpensive all around computing device as long as you have generic tasks; watching videos, browsing, writing your book. If you don't need to compile code for your daytime job you will do fine.
    I purchased the 32-bit Samsung Chromebook 3. I wanted a Samsung unit to go with my Note 3, Note 4 and must recent purchase a Note 8. What great machine.. all for under $200! I charged it up and downloaded the OS update. I’m impressed with the speed, weight, and quality of this product. The fact that isn’t touch is okay with me. The mouse pad is very responsive and easy to use. I like the non-reflective screen, the screen brightness control makes easy to read in daylight. Instant startup is a joy. The USB 3 and second ports USB 2 and HDMI with the longest battery-life are what sold me. I wrote this review with the unit. Impressive, I'm a CHROME fan for sure. My favorite Play Store app - ISS HD Live.
    I ordered the 2017 Samsung laptop model but they shipped the newer 2018 model. I wanted the 2017 because I had already read the newer one''s screen wasn't as bright and had tried out a 2017 at a BxxxBxx store a couple months earlier, and YUP, it is true. In the course of dealing w/ Amazon to "exchange" the 2018 model for the one I actually ordered, the price went up considerably on the older (and better reviewed) model, so I kept the 2018. It's "okay" for what I need, but not nearly as good as my old Samsung 2nd generation, which I still use but now has to be tethered full-time to the cord--so not too portable anymore...

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