Refurbished Asus C302CA 12.5" Touchscreen Intel core M3-6Y30 4GB 64GB eMMC Chrome OS Chromebook £339.97 @ LaptopsDirect
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Refurbished Asus C302CA 12.5" Touchscreen Intel core M3-6Y30 4GB 64GB eMMC Chrome OS Chromebook £339.97 @ LaptopsDirect

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Found 2nd Mar
The slim, light and incredibly stylish Chromebook Flip C302 combines the simplicity of Chromebook with powerful components and an amazing 360° hinge that lets you flip instantly between a high-performance Chromebook, a handy Chromebook tablet, or anything in between!

This versatile touchscreen device frees you to work or play anywhere, anytime with its 10-hour battery life, backlit keyboard with a spacious 104.5mm x 61mm touchpad, and lightning-fast USB-C port. Chromebook Flip C302 gives access to thousands of amazing productivity apps available at Chrome Web Store.

The Chromebook will/does also support Android apps on Google Play.

Simple. Powerful. Flippable!

  • 12.5 Inch Screen
  • Intel Core M3 6Y30 Processor
  • 4 GB RAM64GB Hard Drive
  • Google Chrome OS Operating System
  • Silver metal (LCD cover)
  • 1920x1080 Resolution
  • A1 Refurbished
  • 3 Month Warranty
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Widely regarded as one of the top Chromebooks available short of spending £1,000+ on a Google Pixelbook. If you want the best, then this is the one to go for. Hot.
this or a galaxy tab s3?
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Price is now £359.97.
Okay,i have this little sucker....and i can honestly say its the best Chromebook ive ever used- worth every penny!.The battery life is simply amazing and the responsiveness is extremely fast.love it.
sleepingwonder1 h, 48 m ago

this or a galaxy tab s3?


Depends on your requirements to an extent. The tab S3 has the smaller screen and is feather light. I own both a tab S2 and an Acer R13 flip Chromebook. At home, it's the Acer i mostly use as the larger Full HD screen and good keyboard come in handy but for browsing sometimes the sheer portability of the S2 wins out. The S2 is the one i always take when travelling together with a lightweight bluetooth keyboard. If i had to have just one, the Samsung Tab S2 would win - primarily because i'm still an android tablet fan. As good as the Chromebook is, i could live without it as i still need my Windows laptop when there is 'serious' work to be done.

Incidentally, Laptops Direct have form for suddenly raising a price when they think there's a few extra bob to be made. If it doesn't sell, they will just as quickly lower it again. I've had a few refurbs from them and they've arrived in A1 condition.
Galaxy tab 3 runs apps, chrome books run apps and chrome os. Updated every 6 weeks.
topazz42 m ago

Your reasoning being....?


Why not?
DerekDymond1 h, 10 m ago

Why not?


Perhaps if you could provide a rationale then it might be of help or interest to others. That's all.
garbagerich3 h, 54 m ago

Galaxy tab 3 runs apps, chrome books run apps and chrome os. Updated every …Galaxy tab 3 runs apps, chrome books run apps and chrome os. Updated every 6 weeks.


Not all apps run on Chromebooks though and some that do run, don't give the best performance.
spruceyb20 h, 34 m ago

Not all apps run on Chromebooks though and some that do run, don't give …Not all apps run on Chromebooks though and some that do run, don't give the best performance.



Only two I've had problems with are HQ Trivia and Sky Six aside. Vast majority work fine.
deanlfc56 m ago

Only two I've had problems with are HQ Trivia and Sky Six aside. Vast …Only two I've had problems with are HQ Trivia and Sky Six aside. Vast majority work fine.


There's a lot missing from the Play Store, as it won't show any incompatible apps. Things like DJ apps don't really work, there's a lot of stuttering although my Chromebook doesn't have the beefiest of processors, it's not a bad processor and it does have 4GB RAM.

There have been some other apps that have issues but I don't really care that much about them. Most of the stuff I use mine for is Chrome based anyway but people should be made aware of the fact that apps won't always be available or even work correctly if they are available.
spruceyb42 m ago

There's a lot missing from the Play Store


If you activate dev mode (you don't have to be on the channel) you can install any apks. This is rumoured to be coming to everyone in an upcoming update. The ones that I've found that they Playstore thinks are incompatible actually are compatible.

spruceyb42 m ago

Most of the stuff I use mine for is Chrome base


Yeah, I wouldn't recommend a Chromebook to someone who needs to use programmes. It's easy to check though for people, if you can do it in your browser you'll be able to do it on a Chromebook. Android apps are just a little extra for me, they're not necessary at all.
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