ASUS Chromebook C202SA-YS04 11.6" Ruggedized and Water Resistant Design with 180 Degree Hinge (Intel Celeron 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, Dark Blue)
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- 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 inches HD 1366x768 Anti-Glare Display, with 180 degree hinge for easy viewing. Up to 10 hours of battery life
- Powered by the Intel Celeron N3060 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.48 GHz) for fast and snappy performance
- 4 GB DDR3 RAM; 32GB Flash Storage; No CD or DVD drive
- Chromebook runs on Chrome OS - an operating system by Google that is built for the way we live today. It comes with built-in virus protection, updates automatically*, boots up in seconds and continues to stay fast over time
- All the Google apps you know and love come standard on every Chromebook, which means you can edit, download, and convert Microsoft Office files in Google Docs, Sheets and Slides
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ASUS Notebook C202SA-YS04 11.6 inch Celeron N3060 4GB 32GB Intel HD Bluetooth 4.0 Chrome Operation System Dark Blue RetailColorC
Dark BlueTouch ScreenC
No Touch ScreenDisplay C
11.6 HD (1366 x 768), matteCPUC
Intel Dual-Core Celeron N3060 1.6GHz (Turbo up to 2.48GH)MB ChipsetC
N / AMemory C
4GB DDR3 (On Board)SODIMMC
N / AVGA C
Intel HDHDD C
32GB EMMC + TPMODDC
No Optical DriveOSC
HD Web CameraBlue ToothC
38WHrs, 2S1P, 2-cell Li-ionReplaceable BatteryC
NI / O PortsC
1x Headphone-out and Audio-in Combo Jack
2x USB 3.0Card ReaderC
SDItem Dimension ( L inch x W inch x H inch) C
16 x 3 x 10
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By way of background, I also need to explain that I bought a pair of ASUS C100PA-DB02 10.1-inch Chromebook flips with touchscreens back in 2015. They have very glossy/shiny screens which glare, but the touch screen feature is nice. They also feature an actual aluminum metal chassis which is very elegant and classy looking (although prone to scratches).
I saw this "ruggedized" version of a Chromebook on Amazon and thought I'd pick one up. I'm already an Asus fan, I like the Chromebook OS, and I was looking for a more durable Chromebook to literally throw in my backpack or briefcase and head out the door-- without worrying about a sleeve, case, or possible scratches if none of these was used.
Well, this "ruggedized" version looks like it'd be great for children. Not so great for professional adults who've been spoiled with the nicer Chromebooks or laptops. I don't mean to be harsh because the chassis isn't awful, but it does have more of a look of Fisher Price or Leapfrog than Apple or PC.
The Screen: The screen on this laptop is dimmer and more grainy (of that makes sense) than my other two laptops (both my other Chromebook and a PC laptop). The screen is anti-glare to be sure (a good thing), but you can sort of see a matrix pattern on the screen (a bad thing). The colors are also ever-so-slightly more washed out and dull. I compared all the screens side-by-side. If you're a student or a parent buying this for a child in grade-school, I don't think you'll be disappointed. If you're a photographer, visual artist, or someone who with a keen eye who enjoys HD movies, you'll notice that this screen is simply not up to par with other laptops on the market.
The Keys: The keys on this laptop are my biggest frustration. While many keyboards today are back-lit, that would be a luxury on a Chromebook. Fair enough. But is it too much to ask for high-contrast silk screening? Maybe a phosphorescent or white print color for the keys? Apparently so. This keyboard has mid-to-dark-blue lettering on black keys. A really, really stupid choice that makes no scientific or practical sense other than to match the color blue to the "ruggedized" cover trim. These keys will be hard to see in low-lighting. Lastly, the keys on this keyboard are noticeably taller than on my other Asus Chromebook. Probably twice as tall. You feel like you're typing on a manual typewriter. Very poor design choice.
Summary: If I were a parent, I'd buy my kid this laptop in a heartbeat. It's compact, durable, water-resistant, has excellent battery life, access to the Internet, if used with Google Drive and Google Docs all work is saved and backed-up automatically, the laptop is somewhat immune to viruses, and it's certainly rugged. However, if I were a college student and wanted all the above *plus* the ability to really enjoy streaming movies and to comfortably type-up term papers for hours on end, I'd probably get a Chromebook with a nicer screen and better keyboard. Sadly, for me, this laptop was a no-go and I'll be returning it. Sticking with the aluminum Asus 2-in-1 with touchscreen.
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A small—but nice thing—is not having to right click any more; instead, you simply tap with two fingers for word corrections. This is great for someone like me who writes a lot and needs to have a simplified workflow.
The battery is long lasting and the keyboard is a perfect size, even for someone as big as I am. 6'3" 300.
Because I use google docs to write with, this seemed a natural step. Chromebook seamlessly integrates Google Docs, and most other important apps into the framework of the little machine, so it's very easy to use and get started. The offline stuff is very useful too as I'm not always in a place where there's wifi and I can still work on my books.
Another nice feature is how light it is. My wife bought a laptop a couple years ago and she would share it with me (begrudgingly) and I always hated working on it because it was big, heavy, and clunky. This little Chromebook weighs next to nothing and is easy to tote around.
All in all, I'd give this 10 stars if I could—especially considering the price.
Disclaimer - shameless self-promoting in the photo :)