ASUS Chromebook C302 Price Slashed @ Amazon Prime Day - £439.99 from £599.99
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ASUS Chromebook C302 Price Slashed @ Amazon Prime Day - £439.99 from £599.99

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Edited by:"Egoman"Found 11th Jul
The ASUS Chromebook Flip C302 is one of the best Chromebooks of 2017 and right now you can get a Core m3 model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage discounted a whopping 27% off retail.

Regularly priced at almost £600 on Amazon and £622 from the ASUS UK store, Prime members can pick up this beautiful, all-aluminum convertible for only £439.99!

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Ahhh so tempted, still much more than it is in the USA but most things are I guess

winko891 h, 28 m ago

Ahhh so tempted, still much more than it is in the USA but most things are …Ahhh so tempted, still much more than it is in the USA but most things are I guess

You're forgetting that US prices don't include sales tax. Add 20% to price on Amazon.com convert to pounds, it costs £435 approximately.
So in other words, it's about the same price

Amazon.com will charge you $601.75 with import taxes and postage. so at the current $1.29 exchange rate it's about £26.50 cheaper in the UK today and you get a UK keyboard.

But then Amazon.com have the Samsung Chromebook Plus at $500.51 - say £388 taxed and imported....(or the Pro for $635.21 (£493)). Both have near QHD screens and a stylus.

jamhole

You're forgetting that US prices don't include sales tax. Add 20% to … You're forgetting that US prices don't include sales tax. Add 20% to price on Amazon.com convert to pounds, it costs £435 approximately. So in other words, it's about the same price



Same price but you have to deal with the US keyboard layout.

Have an acer R13 currently and v tempted by this. But just not sure it's enough of an upgrade to tempt me for even this price. Better processor and lower weight, but worse battery life and smaller screen. Arghhh

Wish Samsung sold the Plus/Pro here, although price would just be silly I'm sure.

I'm a big fan of the Chromebook but this sounds like a lot of money considering the limitations. I have one of the older Acer ones and was about £150. It's excellent for the money. This may have higher res and touchscreen but seems a big leap in the price for this.

I've used Chromebook for a while now but this seems a little expensive. The beauty of the Chromebook was that it can use a lower specs sheet and still run pretty well. I'm currently using the Acer Chromebook R13 and I got that recently from Laptops Direct refurbished for £250, definitely more worth it in my opinion. At this price you might as well spend a little more and get a half decent Windows laptop.

Baddaman9 m ago

I've used Chromebook for a while now but this seems a little expensive. …I've used Chromebook for a while now but this seems a little expensive. The beauty of the Chromebook was that it can use a lower specs sheet and still run pretty well. I'm currently using the Acer Chromebook R13 and I got that recently from Laptops Direct refurbished for £250, definitely more worth it in my opinion. At this price you might as well spend a little more and get a half decent Windows laptop.


Depends what you're after I suppose. I find my R13 performs much better than I expected, but I think £440 is getting towards reasonable on this. Has a far better processor, better screen, backlit keyboard, lower weight, better build quality.

As for Windows, you could never persuade me to get another win laptop after using a chromebook. If you need it then you need it (I have for desktop for win stuff), but the laptop experience Chrome vs Win is leagues apart at any price point imo. This has the screen, size and battery life of a Windows ultrabook for much much less money.

Think I'm going to pass and stick with my R13, but for anyone wavering and wondering if this is a good deal: it's a crazy good deal. Ignoring the actual value, this has been £599 everywhere since its release at the start of the year. If you want a Chromebook and have the money, jump on it.
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