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Lenovo N22 11.6-Inch HD Chromebook Laptop, 2 GB RAM, 32GB EMMC £99.99 - Amazon
Lenovo N22 11.6-Inch HD Chromebook Laptop, 2 GB RAM, 32GB EMMC £99.99 - Amazon

Lenovo N22 11.6-Inch HD Chromebook Laptop, 2 GB RAM, 32GB EMMC £99.99 - Amazon

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Reduced from £160 apparently. Looks fairly solid for basic use if you're into the Chrome ecosystems.

The Lenovo N22 is powered by Intel Celeron N3060 processor and features an 11.6" HD antiglare screen.This portable, lightweight, versatile Chromebook gives you up to 14 hours battery life.The Chromebook's semi-rugged design ensures it is able to withstand everything from the city to the great outdoors. It even includes a water-resistant keyboard for any accidental wear & tear.This device includes a 180 degree rotatable webcam so you can capture photos and videos at home and on the go.Enjoy high quality streaming and gaming with an 802.11a/c Wi-Fi connection- enjoy the faster speed whenever, wherever.

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Good Price although I think the SSD is a pain to change !

Think this only needed a note that the price is back down again in the existing huge thread(s)...ooh, it already is

Been this price for the third time in a row

Been watching this on Amazon for £124.99.
Debated it wen it was 99.99 previously.
Managed to bag this yesterday
pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

It's for my daughter for Christmas, hoping I got a bargain??

Hot price op

Anyone who own one can confirm if its compatible with Android apps?

r4t

Anyone who own one can confirm if its compatible with Android apps?



Not at the moment but it is supposed to be on the list for that later this year.

chromium.org/chr…pps
Edited by: "Muir" 15th Sep 2016

Waiting for touchscreen chrome book which play Android apps.

Muir

Not at the moment but it is supposed to be on the list for that later … Not at the moment but it is supposed to be on the list for that later this year.https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/chrome-os-systems-supporting-android-apps



​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are all made for touch screen

sam_of_london

​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are a … ​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are all made for touch screen



And a chromebook with a touch screen would cost how much?
Does it even exist?

Got one last time round, love it to bits. Hardly use my big laptop or my tablet now.
Screen is a bit meh though perfectly useable, feels quite fast to use, starts up in seconds. Battery life is phenomenal, been using it for most of the evening and still have 11 hours left. Looks and feels quite rugged, meant to be reasonably waterproof though I haven't tested that. Keyboard and trackpad are fine. I added a 128GB low profile USB stick to increase the storage which works well. Chrome OS is simple to use and just does the job, no fuss. £100 for this is a bargain.

Voted hot. I also bought this last time around as my HP chromebook had charging issues as a long term and deteriorating issue (it had a micro sd charger which just doesn't seem sufficient for these devices).

This one doesn't have charging issues, it's good for the price. I must say though, it's not as nice looking as the HP chromebooks, hasn't got a very nice finish, but it works well and has a great charge time as jackdaws says.

poisondwarf

And a chromebook with a touch screen would cost how much?Does it even … And a chromebook with a touch screen would cost how much?Does it even exist?



​Yes several of them already have touchscreens and very cheap. Already bought one for £99 and returned as no apps run on chrome book except Google and Web at the moment. Waiting for touchscreen which is Android play store ready

Staggering value for money. 100Gb of Google Drive free for two years as well.

Does the battery last for ages

roadie

Does the battery last for ages


Yup, up to 14 hours.

Interloper

Yup, up to 14 hours.



Thanks.
I don't know if I should get it or not- I dont actually need it. Lol

Interloper

Yup, up to 14 hours.



It's also on prime now. Hmm. Decisions

roadie

It's also on prime now. Hmm. Decisions


Try 'PRIMENOW5' or 'FIVENOW' for £5 off.
Edited by: "Interloper" 16th Sep 2016

sam_of_london

​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are a … ​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are all made for touch screen


You can use the touch pad or a controller.
Both work perfectly fine on my android/windows mini PC.

Interloper

Try 'PRIMENOW5' or 'FIVENOW' for £5 off.



Is that for first time use as I think I have used it before? Ta

Just checked the prime now code works.
May order. Ta

sam_of_london

Waiting for touchscreen chrome book which play Android apps.


I got the Asus 11 inches, that has the play store and a touch screen, I played £149 from Amazon.

Doomdica

I got the Asus 11 inches, that has the play store and a touch screen, I … I got the Asus 11 inches, that has the play store and a touch screen, I played £149 from Amazon.



​What is the model name or number?

Intel Celeron N3060 - Average CPU Mark 1018

it's rubbish slow

poisondwarf

And a chromebook with a touch screen would cost how much?Does it even … And a chromebook with a touch screen would cost how much?Does it even exist?



Goooooooood point!, hehehehe.

I guess sticking Chromium OS on a Touch Tablet may/possibly be the best bet? (for Chrome/Android/Touch, or whatever ..... ) :-)

sam_of_london

​What is the model name or number?



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Anyone know if this could be formatted and openelec installed to be used as a mobile kodi machine for the kids?

luvsadealdealdeal

Intel Celeron N3060 - Average CPU Mark 1018it's rubbish slow


If it was a windows machine that would be true.

How long can they keep this deal up for? Thought I had missed it when it went back up to £129.

I can't really afford this, but it's perfect for my mum. Launches straight to browser, no confusing notifications from antivirus or software update, fairly immune to malicious software popups... Don't know how long I can resist it at this price oO

(Looks like I'm not the only person on here at 4/5 in the morning...X))


Edited by: "Ryufromstreetfighter" 16th Sep 2016

Got this on Prime Day - great for simple browsing and brilliant battery life.

I installed Ubuntu on it and the only issue I have is that the trackpad sensitivity is quite low and I have to change this via terminal each reboot - and also the tap feature of the trackpad doesn't work; it clicks if I press down hard but a simple tap doesn't work....- it could just be my machine but would've thought that a bit odd?! Anyone else have the same issue with Ubuntu on this?

Many thanks!

Typing on mine now. Built to last with remarkable battery life.

£99 well spent from where I'm sitting.

I need one with a backlit keyboard, and am thinking this one doesn't? What's the kind of starting price for backlit keyboards, I know the Toshiba chromebook 2 was rumoured to be including one, but cannot find out for sure if it does have one in the UK

what's the screen like for watching videos? thinking of getting one for in my truck for when I'm away from home, mainly for Netflix & Plex.

amour3k

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sam_of_london

​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are a … ​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are all made for touch screen



Wrong. I use my Android TV box to run apps and it has no touchscreen facility. I use either a mouse or gamepad/joystick for games although don't play many. A Chromebook capable of running Android apps would be no different to an Android TV box in that respect.

luvsadealdealdeal

Intel Celeron N3060 - Average CPU Mark 1018it's rubbish slow


It's just running a browser, should be fine.
More RAM would be better.

My 4 years old Samsung CB (2GB RAM, dual [email protected]) handles Netflix at 1080p via HDMI without any problem.

sam_of_london

​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are a … ​Without touch screen, Android apps will not play correctly as they are all made for touch screen



​Not all android apps will be a problem - a touchpad with multitouch (two finger pinch and zoom etc) and the use of the mouse pointer can simulate touch screen type interactions. But games - not be great - but then think about Bluetooth game controller support. Remix OS uses android like above, but my experience hasn't been great but Google's implementation will be better. This model is on the list for android app support as per link in a post above.

gwapenut

I need one with a backlit keyboard, and am thinking this one doesn't? … I need one with a backlit keyboard, and am thinking this one doesn't? What's the kind of starting price for backlit keyboards, I know the Toshiba chromebook 2 was rumoured to be including one, but cannot find out for sure if it does have one in the UK


Backlit keyboard for £99? Errr... no.

As far as I know there are no Chromebooks (other than the £1k Pixel) with backlit keyboards. The Toshiba CB35 has the backlit kb but is US-only I believe. No word on a UK release.

I think this is a good deal, I have had a 4 chromebooks over the past few years and all have been good. The best chromebook I have used is my current Dell chromebook 13 7310, it costs a bit more but has an i3 processor, 4gb RAM, backlit keyboard and full HD screen. I got mine for £270 refurbished so they are not cheap compared to this, but if you like chromebooks they are awesome. This is also on the list for getting the playstore. Check the link below for which are lined up next:
chromium.org/chr…pps

I also have the Asus Flip, that can run in dev mode and run the apps from the Play store already (I think this was the first one to get it), It works well and as the device is touchscreen and fairly compact the experience is quite seamless.
Some apps work best with touch screen but others are just fine with a trackpad and I tend to alternate between flipping it over and just having it in "laptop" mode. I think it is early days yet still for Google and I have noticed a few issues with things like wifi running it in Dev mode, but I think they are slowly getting sorted and I am happy I bought it.

I got my Flip for £200 from Amazon but they seem to be in high demand so prices fluctuate between about £180 and £280.

Back to this deal I would vote hot as for the price as it is good value for money, yes the flip is more versatile and the 7310 much better build but they also cost over double!

My mum and the missus have an Acer 720 and they love it (similar to this), both nearly 3 years old and work as well as the day we got them, its very rare you can say that about Windows machines!

Interloper

Backlit keyboard for £99? Errr... no. :)As far as I know there are no … Backlit keyboard for £99? Errr... no. :)As far as I know there are no Chromebooks (other than the £1k Pixel) with backlit keyboards. The Toshiba CB35 has the backlit kb but is US-only I believe. No word on a UK release.



The Dell 13 and the new HP 13 chromebooks do but you're looking at £500+
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