Acer Chromebook 14 (CB3-431-C69V) 2GB RAM 32GB SSD 14".  Refurbished with 12 month warranty from Littlewoods on Ebay. £139.94 delivered.
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Acer Chromebook 14 (CB3-431-C69V) 2GB RAM 32GB SSD 14". Refurbished with 12 month warranty from Littlewoods on Ebay. £139.94 delivered.

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Found 26th Jul 2017
Littlewoods on Ebay have 15% off. A Chromebook isn't for everyone, but if you are happy with the Chrome OS and want something that boots quickly, is portable, has good battery life and is inexpensive this could be for you.

Intel Celeron N3060 scores 990 points on cpubenchmark.net.

'Refurbished' may put some people off, but it states 'This is a refurbished product and comes with our full 12 month guarantee. All products have been thoroughly tested for faults by an authorised company that specialise in refurbishing electrical goods to 'as new' or 'graded' condition. In most cases products are simply unwanted customer returns so the box may appear damaged or may have been re-boxed in plain brown packaging. Some products may have slight blemishes to the casing but never to any screens and none of these will detract from the overall appearance of the product and is reflected in the great saving'.

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Note - the 15% discount is applied when you add the laptop to the basket.
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Save yourself some money and buy a decent refurbished laptop from Itzoo. Decent machines with far better spec. 10% discount if you like them on FB. Chromebooks are a menace.
Erm. I think you will find that Chromebooks are actually rather good, best computing device I have ever had or used. For the majority of users anything more than a Chromebook is overkill, and the ChromeOS is the most secure operating system there is. Do your research.
Not cold but not hot, bought the 4gb model for £20 more only a couple of months ago and it's great, it's just Chrome OS is very limiting and I'm pretty sure windows 10 can't be installed.
Deff go for a 4gb ram, 2gb will run slow!
johnnyd57uk9 h, 6 m ago

Save yourself some money and buy a decent refurbished laptop from Itzoo. …Save yourself some money and buy a decent refurbished laptop from Itzoo. Decent machines with far better spec. 10% discount if you like them on FB. Chromebooks are a menace.

​"Chromebook are a menace"??? What a strange statement. I've used one for two years and love its speed, reliability, lack of freezing and general ease of use.
limited functionality, generally not upgradeable and low spec. I bought a 14 inch HP chromebook for £89 brand new. Its a glorified tablet but less portable. Took it apart but couldnt upgrade the storage from 32 to 64 as its not removable. Have 4 other laptops Dell, Asus, Toshiba and Lenovo. Cant fault them. So if you want to pay over the odds for something with such limited functionality go ahead. (usually not even an ethernet port). Not such a strange statement.
Here's my tuppence - I think anyone who buys a Chromebook has a bargain! Average price is £200 and you can...

Surf the web safely - check
Lock down *all* content to only what you allow a 'restricted user' account to access (under 12's/14's/16 yr olds) - check
Add web apps for extra features such as email notification, data saver, 'hangout' video calling and more - check
Use Skype (now in the cloud) and Facebook video calling - check
Create Google Docs, Sheets and Slides (similar to Word, Excel and PowerPoint) for free - check
Work with upto 200 people on the same document in real time for free - check
Edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files *offline* with a) the web extension or b) the latest operating system - check
Fully edit W, E, PP files whilst online and *transfer back* into W, E, PP files - check
Free 'unobtrusive background' updates every six weeks(ish) simply turn off and on again = updated - check
Stay virus free - check (because you can't install 3rd party software = can't install viruses)
Boot up in seven seconds or less (even after three years+ of use!) - check
Share your screen with your TV via HDMI ChromeCast 'dongle' - check
Cast your music (with subscription) to ChromeCast audio - soon supporting Soundcloud for free - check
Store unlimited (yes, unlimited) documents in your Google Drive via Docs, Sheets and Slides - check
Store unlimited (yes, unlimited) amounts of photos via photos.google.com = 16mb per photos and 10min FHD - check
Add Android Apps to many Chromebooks - check

Link to supported Chromebooks here: chromium.org/chr…pps

Work with professional software such as Photoshop, Final Cut Pro or Android Studio - nope, but does an 'average user' need to do those things? Nope. Pro's buy Windows for £800+ or Mac's for £1,000+ so an 'average user saves from £600 to £800 which (let's be honest) is quite a lovely trade off for maintaining the tasks they need to do as well as keeping speed and safety.

Buy a Windows machine or a Mac if you need to install software otherwise it's a Chromebook all the way!

P.s Plug and Play Ethernet adapters are around £5 to £10 on E-bay = icing on the cake!
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