Lenovo N20 11.6 inch 4GB 16GB Chromebook - £149.99 (New) Argos Outlet Ebay (Free Express Delivery)
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Lenovo N20 11.6 inch 4GB 16GB Chromebook - £149.99 (New) Argos Outlet Ebay (Free Express Delivery)

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Found 26th Oct 2015
Probably not the best screen but 4GB for under £150. 2 available at the moment but seem to keep reappearing when sold out if you keep checking back.

CPU, Memory and Operating System:
•Intel Celeron N2830 dual core processor.
•2.16GHz processor speed.
•4GB RAM.
•16GB solid state hard drive.
•Google Chrome OS.

Display features:
•11.6 inch screen.
•High definition display.
•Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

DVD optical drives:

Graphics:
•Shared graphics card.

Interfaces and connectivity:
•2 USB 2.0 ports.
•1 HDMI port.
•Bluetooth.
•Wi-Fi enabled.

Multimedia features:
•HD webcam.
•Built-in mic.

General features:
•Up to 8 hours battery life.
•Size H1.79, W29.5, D21.2cm.
•Weight 1.3kg.
•EAN: 889233004678
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looks good for just £150.
The picture shows Windows 8, not ChromeOS.
Picture sure looks like a Windows 8
Isn't 16GB tiny?
Chromebooks are superb, though there are much better iterations than the Lenovo version. Lenovo's AccuType keyboard is pretty crap.

Edited by: "Picard123" 26th Oct 2015
IronMat

Isn't 16GB tiny?



Fairly standard for basic Chromebooks - utilises cloud storage.
gorgo2015

The picture shows Windows 8, not ChromeOS.



Ike_Onwubuya

Picture sure looks like a Windows 8




Argos have just used the wrong photos in the listing. The N20 is a Chromebook.

Rickardo

Fairly standard for basic Chromebooks - utilises cloud storage.



Or get one of those 128GB sd cards (or even 64GB, currently 12£ a quality one on Amazon) for 35£ or a bit less.

About this machine, I believe it will be the most usable for a user looking at this form factor and at this price.

If you can spare an extra 90£ I would go for the Toshiba Chromebook 2 from John Lewis or Amazon, or wait a while as this Toshiba will have clearances soon due to a new model coming in. It gives you a much much better screen and same weight for a 13.3" screen size and a couple of other minor improvements. That said this is a decent device.
1366 x 768
ChampionshipManager

1366 x 768



= 1,049,088
I use a Komputerbay 128gb SD card in my HP Chromebook 14 for storage (along with the 128gb ngff drive I upgraded) that I bought from amazon for ~£27ish. Never had an issue with it and performance wise had no issues (never benchmarked it though).

The only thing that I dislike about is the screen although I perhaps don't find it as poor as some others might as my windows machine is a 1366x768 screen also. I actually had to replace my Chromebook screen after my little girl trod on it and I swear the replacement's better that the original.

Personally if I was to buy again I'd go for the Toshiba Chromebook 2 as well like Nexusfifth said although that price obviously isn't as throwaway as this is.
Used thinkpads are better value
I bought the Toshiba windows nbt10a from argos eBay for £140 last week, has 500gb HDD and upgrades to win 10 (eventually), pretty pleased with it now, has touch screen too. I'd say that is better than this.
Good price, good hardware, sad about the screen, but I'd agree about the Tosh CB2 - thats the one to get if budget isn't an option.
Oh & to those posters suggesting Windows devices - many of us buy Chromebooks just because they are NOT powered by Windows!!
janner43

Oh & to those posters suggesting Windows devices - many of us buy … Oh & to those posters suggesting Windows devices - many of us buy Chromebooks just because they are NOT powered by Windows!!



Exactly. ChromeOS is so fast and snappy compared to Windows. I have a Chromebook and two Windows laptops and other than for work related Windows stuff or some occasional gaming / premier pro work, I pick up the Chromebook every time for internet stuff.

Edited by: "Picard123" 27th Oct 2015
Rickardo

= 1,049,088



LOL
Picard123

Exactly. ChromeOS is so fast and snappy compared to Windows. I have a … Exactly. ChromeOS is so fast and snappy compared to Windows. I have a Chromebook and two Windows laptops and other than for work related Windows stuff or some occasional gaming / premier pro work, I pick up the Chromebook every time for internet stuff.


I'm not recommending Windows over ChromeOs as such (I've never used ChromeOS anyway), but the fact that for £10 less I got something of better spec (ie 500gb hard drive and touch screen). I'm no expert but could you just put Chrome OS on a windows notebook, or is that a non starter, serious question btw.

ChampionshipManager

1366 x 768



​£149.99
SFconvert

could you just put Chrome OS on a windows notebook, or is that a non … could you just put Chrome OS on a windows notebook, or is that a non starter, serious question btw.



I'm no expert on this - have a Google - but I suspect not as ChromeOS is a Google's version of Chromium and there's no obvious way of downloading it.
You can't really compare Chromebooks with laptops. One requires no maintenance, starts within 7 seconds, is immune to viruses, stores everything on the cloud, is always up to date. And the other one just isn't.
Hemena

Used thinkpads are better value



If you need the power of a proper laptop and don't mind the weight and battery life then I fully agree. If you want something small, light weight and with 8 hour battery life and primarily for web browsing then this is a better fit.
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