Samsung Chromebook 3 XE501C13-K02US, Intel Dual-Core Celeron N3060, 11.6" HD, 4GB DDR3, 32GB eMMC, Night Charcoal
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- 11.6 inch Widescreen LED backlight HD (1366 x 768) Display, Intel HD Graphics 400
- Intel Celeron N3060 Dual-Core processor, 1.6GHz, 4GB DDR3, 32GB eMMC
- 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x Headphone/microphone combo jack, 1x HDMI
- 802.11ac, Media Card Reader, Bluetooth 4.0, webcam, Stereo speakers
- Google Chrome OS, 0.7" Thin, 2.54lbs Weight, Battery: Lithium-Ion, Color: Night Charcoal
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Key Features and Benefits: 11.6" LED backlight Display (1366 x 768)
Newest Intel Celeron processor N3060
Long battery life- that gets up to 11 hours on a single charge
Operating system: Google Chrome OS
Display: 11.6 inch Widescreen LED backlight HD (1366 x 768) Display
Screen Resolution: 1366 x 768
Processor: Intel Celeron N3060 Dual-Core processor, 1.6GHz, (with Max Turbo Speed of 2.48GHz)
Memory: 4GB system memory
Hard drive: 32GB eMMC
Ports: 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x Headphone/microphone combo jack, 1x HDMI
Video: Intel HD Graphics 400
Media Card Reader: yes
Wireless connectivity: 802.11ac and Bluetooth
Built-in HD webcam with microphone: YES
Dimensions(inches): 11.4" x 8" x 0.7"
Weight(pounds): 2.54 pounds
Color: Night Charcoal
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This device is very good to be used as a portable device, I use it when I travel to connect to my desktop computer using Teamviewer. The OS is very light and gives you 10 hours of battery life. But I am disappointed with the gmail app which is android phone based which is more focused on touch-based usage. But I hope goolge will develop Chrome OS specific one soon. You can check out the images to see what I mean by it. I have also uploaded the picture of the internals there is noting much you can upgrade or replace.
Final word, it can not replace your main computer unless all your work is done on the browser. And when you buy once buy one with the touchscreen. Currently, 32 Gb SSD/HD is enough for chrome OS.
Right off the bat I didn't love it. The screen is matte and no where near the crispness of the Asus. I have gotten used to it but sometimes if the tilt of the screen is not quite right you have to adjust.
It is slow. I am the type of person that has many tabs open. You can tell me to close my tabs but that is not how my mind or productivity works and I had few issues with the Asus on this. Sometimes the Asus would slow down but not as soon as this did after getting the device and again- i have to close tabs to get it to function properly.
Oh.. and the battery. I felt like the Asus was a perpetual motion machine. It went FOREVER! This .. does not. It might last the day which I suppose should be OK but I don't use it non-stop. I suppose i could time it and maybe I will come back and update the review with times for charging and how long it works. But it is not as good as my favored Asus.
So it will be fine- it is not an expensive machine so there's that. But we were in need of an additional Chromebook and i was hasty in buying this. I debated on 2 or 3 stars... i do use it so i will give it 3.
update.. so my husband was using this machine this week and said.. "shame on amazon for recommending this.. go buy a mac air book or something." (and he doesn't like macs !) still not in love. and i probably will go get a new machine at some point in the near future.
You can try to get aps on it--but it eats the memory.
It can't do what a pc does. It can't really be used off line
So you are getting a big tablet that is harder to load apps on