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Refurbished Samsung Chromebook 5 Series XE500C21 £89.99 Delivered @ newandusedlaptops4u via eBay
Refurbished Samsung Chromebook 5 Series XE500C21 £89.99 Delivered @ newandusedlaptops4u via eBay

Refurbished Samsung Chromebook 5 Series XE500C21 £89.99 Delivered @ newandusedlaptops4u via eBay

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Can't see your post your mate!

Why this over the Lenovo N22 (for example)? Which is only £20 more at amazon, brand new and better specs by the looks of it...

A five-year old Chromebook that received poor reviews when released. I'm also a bit dubious about the 14" screen as I thought they had 12.1" screens. I think you can buy much better for a little more money.

Low price but as others have said this is a really old product. Do not buy.

4 hours standby time ouch avoid cold for me

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pretty sure that the Series 5 is just about to be dropped from ChromeOS support - cold from me

The original Chromebooks touted that they never slowed down.

Does anyone know if that turned out to be true?

ZeBadger

The original Chromebooks touted that they never slowed down.Does anyone … The original Chromebooks touted that they never slowed down.Does anyone know if that turned out to be true?



​My Samsung Series 3 boots just as fast now as it did when I bought it 2+ years ago, but it's slower browsing because I have more add-ins (pop up blockers etc) and I guess the OS is also getting bigger. Having said that, I also have netbooks from a similar era that grind along so slowly they're completely unusable.
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