HP Chromebook 11 (Snow White) with HP White Sleeve. £169.15 Chromebook from HP using code MEGA15
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HP Chromebook 11 (Snow White) with HP White Sleeve. £169.15 Chromebook from HP using code MEGA15

£169.15HP Deals
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Found 1st Dec 2014
Fantastic 11.6 Chromebook - excellent reviews and now with free white case. PcPro A-listed Chromebook pcpro.co.uk/rev…-11
Also free delivery. Listed at £199 which is good price but can be got for £169.15 using Code MEGA15. I am so tempted although have no need of it with two laptops already....good for someone's X

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Original Poster

oops sorry forgot to add link...Thanks KTF

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tempting but it's the older Exynos processor - would have been better if it were a Tegra.

I've heard they can't use Sky Go (which doesn't make sense since it works on google chrome...)
Can anyone confirm or refute this ?
Thanks

parky91

I've heard they can't use Sky Go (which doesn't make sense since it works … I've heard they can't use Sky Go (which doesn't make sense since it works on google chrome...)Can anyone confirm or refute this ?Thanks


Sky Go relies on Silverlight, although I think I saw somewhere that they were beta-testing a version for Android 5 that bypassed this issue (and therefore may be portable to other platforms). Chrome for Mac doesn't support Silverlight, so Sky Go doesn't work on that combination - perhaps it's the same for Chromebooks?

Using one now. Not a very impressive build quality, feels and sounds like theres a biscuit crumb under the clickpad every now and then. But the screen is nice, works well with the Chromecast, fast enough starting up and surfing, battery lasts a good few hours and the range of apps is adequate and work well. The files interface is a bit ugly for use within the 16gb hard drive but setting up printing and throwing files around is easy enough. A good extra addition to the family for surfing, small and light form factor, recommend overall.

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ewwaxo

tempting but it's the older Exynos processor - would have been better if … tempting but it's the older Exynos processor - would have been better if it were a Tegra.


It doesn't really effect a surfing machine does it?

IndianaBlues

Sky Go relies on Silverlight, although I think I saw somewhere that they … Sky Go relies on Silverlight, although I think I saw somewhere that they were beta-testing a version for Android 5 that bypassed this issue (and therefore may be portable to other platforms). Chrome for Mac doesn't support Silverlight, so Sky Go doesn't work on that combination - perhaps it's the same for Chromebooks?



Ah ok, Thanks
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