Fantastic Chromebook, using my i5 version for several months and it just flies. Got an older Lenovo i7 Thinkpad running Windows 10, and it's so slow and clunky in comparison with poor battery life.
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Personally don't see any advantage in a Windows touchscreen and therefore 2 in 1s as well BUT with a Chromebook it's different as it's a decent touch friendly OS. I wasn't sure when I got mine but my daily use is split just about equally between the three modes, I don't count tent as that doesn't have any useful purpose I can see, but traditional clamshell, touchscreen with keyboard under as a stand and full tablet are great and I will even swap between them during a session to suit what I'm doing.
Pity. How do you track their price changes and stock movement? Thanks for the confirmation. (y)
I am not necesarily interested in 2 in 1 touchscreen, in fact, last time I purchased a laptop, I avoided this, as my kids were small and I thought they will mess with my laptop. But lots of people prefer it and we have to admit, that's an extra feature that adds value to a laptop. In between Yoga Slim and this Spin, at the same price, I will definitely go with the Yoga. But this does not means this is not a good deal, this is the cheapest price I ever came across, the specs are quite high for a Chromebook, the look is great, and only by chance you will come across a Win laptop offering the same performance and same features at the same price. But I can see why a Win laptop may appeal more to some, it does appeal more to me too.