|Manufacturer||Lenovo Topseller Notebooks|
|Item Height||12.6 inches|
|Item Width||13.3 inches|
|Standing screen display size||14 Inches|
|Display||1920 x 1080|
|Computer Memory Type||Unknown|
|Maximum Memory Supported||4 GB|
|Memory Clock Speed||1.6 GHz|
|Hard Disk Description||Emmc|
|Hard Drive Interface||ATA-4|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||1 RPM|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon R3|
|Graphics Card Description||Integrated|
|Graphics RAM Type||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||0.01 GB|
|Graphics Card Interface||Integrated|
|Wireless Type||802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 802.11abg, 802.11a/b/g/n, 802.11a|
|Optical Drive Type||None|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||1 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Batteries only|
|Lithium battery Weight||1 Pounds|
|Number of Lithium Ion Cells||1|
|Number of Lithium Metal Cells||1|
|Manufacturer||Lenovo Topseller Notebooks|
|Item model number||81MH0006US|
|Product Dimensions||50.8 x 33.78 x 32 cm|
Lenovo 14E Chromebook 81MH0006US 14" Chromebook - 1920 X 1080 - A-Series A4-9120 - 4 GB RAM - 32 GB Flash Memory - Chrome OS - AMD Radeon R3 Graphics - Twisted Nematic (TN) - English (US) Keyboar
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- Processor Manufacturer: AMD
- Processor Type: A-series
- Processor model: a4-9120
- Processor speed: 1.60 GHz
- Processor Core: dual-core (2 Core)
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14e Chromebook AMD A4-9120c 14 FHD TN Display Chrome OS 4 GB Memory 32GB EMMC QCA 6174A 2X2 AC + BT HD Camera 3 Cell 57 WH Battery Keyboard 1 Year Mail in Warranty
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If you want to keep the performance just below the limit of this laptop, you can only open 5 tabs on the same time with 1 youtube video 720p or lower quality.
The startup time is 2-3 second, but there will be 2 seconds wait for the chrome load up a page. There will be 5-10second of opening a Google sheet. The Google map is not smooth to use on this laptop, lag to zoom in/out.
For hardware, it is a 1080p mon, 2x usb-c(only 1 can charging), 2x usb-A, 3.5mm mic/headphone, a micro-sd slot. 32GB storage, 11GB for android, 2.5 for chromeOS, 18.5GB rom only.
For me is good enough for light use such as web surface, using Google doc, sheet to do some travel research, the shortcut is also very good, fast to open/close/switch page. But I cannot use it for daily, I only use when I am lazy to turn on the desktop/ not using for a long time/ take it out for discussion.
If you are using a middle range hardware(say i5-4430) computer for a long time, I don't think Lenovo 14e Chromebook can reach your standard of a computer, maybe you can try m3 core or even i3 core Chromebook, it should be fast enough for chrome os as it is a light os compare to window 10. Using this laptop spec for window 10 will be much worst than chrome os. For me, if buying a new Chromebook few years later should buy a i3 core CPU to make sure the performance, as I need is speed and fast enough to open 10 or more tabs and playback 1080p with 2x speed with no lag.
maximum 6-7 tabs in the same time is ok
1080p 14" mon
Can load android apps but slow
Slow compare to mid range desktop.
Small storage, 18.5GB only
No touch screen
I wound up narrowing my choices down to Chromebooks. This little Chromebook is, so far, perfect for me. It's not prohibitively expensive, but it's also no horribly cheaply made. I've owned a couple of cheap Chromebooks, and while they were plenty functional, they felt like toys. The build quality of this Chromebook is top notch. It's super speedy, boots up in an instant (as most Chromebooks do), and has all the basic functionality I need. The two USB ports are a huge plus, as is the availability of a Bluetooth connection. The screen quality is excellent. The display is bright and vibrant. So much so that I had to turn it down to 60%. Sound quality is lacking, but that's not really relevant, as no one's buying a Chromebook because they need exceptional sound quality. I'm not too fond of the trackpad. I can't quite find a mouse speed setting that moves the cursor just the way I like. It's not a big deal, though. It's more of a personal preference issue, and I use my external Bluetooth mouse most of the time.
As a whole, this Chromebook is a solid 5 star purchase. For the price, it really doesn't get much better than this.
The screen is surprisingly good. The picture quality is very sharp, and the viewing angles are actually pretty good for a TN panel (I use a VA on my desktop and am spoiled by the ridiculously good viewing angles). It’s not gonna knock your socks off, but it won’t leave you dissatisfied.
Overall a 5 star product considering it is only $200