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Lenovo N22 11.6 inch Chromebook £109.99 @ Amazon

£109.99 @ Amazon
Very cheap laptop should be OK for simple stuff, has 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. amazon Read More
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Very cheap laptop should be OK for simple stuff, has 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.

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#1
I think this is the one that regularly dips to £99. There has been a few threads about it on here.

Still good value.
#2
JohnnyUtah
I think this is the one that regularly dips to £99. There has been a few threads about it on here.
Still good value.

I think you are right.
I bought this from Amazon, for £99.00, about 3 weeks ago
1 Like #3
Using one now, running ubuntu. Waiting for the play store update on chrome, which is due soon.

I love it <3
1 Like #4
yeah , good reviews but should return to £99 again
#5
Price increased recently
1 Like #6
Looking for something that will play android apps...am I right in thinking this doesn't? It does say google apps....but maybe that just means chrome browser type apps.
#7
kencol
Looking for something that will play android apps...am I right in thinking this doesn't? It does say google apps....but maybe that just means chrome browser type apps.


it is scheduled to get the android play store soon. obviously not everything on it will work on a Chromebook but much will. similarly the games might not adapt well to the form factor
#8
btw great device, I too recently got it to replace an aged failed Windows laptop and have been very pleasantly surprised how good it is.
1 Like #9
mine was £99. btw is there a problem editing these comments using the android app? Just always tells me there is a problem
#10
Can you get Microsoft office on these
#11
millward84
Can you get Microsoft office on these
Yes, but you have to use the online version. But you can always use Google's equivalent, which meets most needs.
#12
millward84
Can you get Microsoft office on these

I've seen such on Google Play Store, when you get Google Play Store on the Chromebook's, then that will be available to you also? (including notable 'alternatives' like: Open Office, Libre Office, Kingsoft/WPS Office, Polaris Office, and ..... )

Until then, you'll alway's have your Google Doc's Office on your Chromebook for now?. :-)
#13
millward84
Can you get Microsoft office on these
Yes, but you have to use the online version. But you can always use Google's equivalent, which meets most needs.
1 Like #14
This is normally £99 and £94 with student discount. I have one great machine and due for the android apps update soon, although it's not touch screen

Edited By: westonborn on Oct 15, 2016 19:22
1 Like #15
I've got the previous model, N20 4gb. Great little thing for the money. Wonder if the trackpad is better on good one?
#16
Slarty
millward84
Can you get Microsoft office on these
Yes, but you have to use the online version. But you can always use Google's equivalent, which meets most needs.
Or install Ubuntu and use LibreOffice :)
1 Like #17
JohnnyUtah
I think this is the one that regularly dips to £99. There has been a few threads about it on here.
Still good value.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01GCNZ79C/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
#18
I bought the Acer budget Chromebook and had to return it twice then ordered this when it was £99 a while back and it was the best decision I made its been great and I would definitely recommend even though it's a little more has a great battery life and is extremely tough for what you would expect is perfect for every day browsing.voted hot!
1 Like #20
This good for college like essays publisher and PowerPoint stuff?
1 Like #21
Sorry, cold because likely to dip to 99 again
#22
speculatrix
Sorry, cold because likely to dip to 99 again

And what if it doesn't? The more of these they sell, the less likelihood that the price will drop.
#23
I stopped using windows and mac since getting a chromebook. Just love it.
1 Like #24
jaques_kalis
I stopped using windows and mac since getting a chromebook. Just love it.

That's a big statement.
I am not sure I could completely get rid of windows.
#25
poisondwarf
jaques_kalis
I stopped using windows and mac since getting a chromebook. Just love it.
That's a big statement.
I am not sure I could completely get rid of windows.

I'm considering switching - it can do most things, for some Windows specific apps I can connect to a very small low-power windows pc at home. I'm waiting for something like this: http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/15/13293294/preorder-samsung-chromebook-pro-tech
#26
poisondwarf
jaques_kalis
I stopped using windows and mac since getting a chromebook. Just love it.
That's a big statement.
I am not sure I could completely get rid of windows.

I understand you point of view, but I mainly use it for browsing, videos, skype , word editing ( online)
and chromebook is more than enough for that. Since chrome OS is so light, battery lasts ages.
Cost is 1/8th of a macbook and 1/3th of windows.
#27
Any chance this could be used for programming in Java/Ruby/HTML? Would it work if I installed Ubuntu? I need a cheap ass laptop to program in but I'm not wanting to spend more than like £200, first year Computer Scientist at Uni so the coding isn't very intense...
1 Like #28
speculatrix
Sorry, cold because likely to dip to 99 again
Only if they have pre-Brexit stock. Otherwise its likely to reflect current dollar/EU exchange rates with a 10-20% increase (or already has). That's what's happening across the IT industry.
#29
Bought it in the last offering, reasonable VFM. Like many Google products it's OK but the battery life on standby seems curiously short and the screen contrast is very poor. OK for the price but would be disappointed for £150.
#30
Bought one for my mum and she loves it, so does my more tech savvier dad. It's silent, small, fast, secure and battery lasts a long time, what more could you want.
#31
I bought this laptop a few weeks ago, just installed Linux on it following this guide http://www.howtogeek.com/162120/how-to-install-ubuntu-linux-on-your-chromebook-with-crouton/
#32
The build quality is excellent for the price - originally bought for the kids but I'm annexing it for myself.
#33
I'm a noob at computers but can you run iTunes on this? I understand it d need to buy an external DVD drive as well? for DVD etc and c
#34
1988dave
I'm a noob at computers but can you run iTunes on this? I understand it d need to buy an external DVD drive as well? for DVD etc and c
Is there software for Chromebook to play DVDs? I tried using an external and VLC on this model and couldn't get it working. Oh and no you can't run iTunes you have to use Spotify or Play.

Edited By: Tenex on Oct 20, 2016 22:23: Edit
#35
Probably a stupid question, but I presume you can print to a networked printer from this?
1 Like #36
Torkijo
Probably a stupid question, but I presume you can print to a networked printer from this?
You have to set it up in chrome and then you print via the 'net.
#37
Anyone know if this has a full size keyboard or is it a 'compact' one like the Transformer notebooks?

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