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People generally recognise just two kinds of laptop, namely those that run on Windows and MacBooks. That was until the arrival of the Chromebook in 2011. The Chromebook is a well-rounded laptop that marries Google's own Chrome OS with numerous handy niceties like an optimised online experience and exceptional battery life. All the latest deals on the Chromebook are collected and shared on the exclusive Chromebook page on hotukdeals. Read more
Pixel Slate 12.3 Inch M3 8GB 64GB 2-in-1 Chromebook (Selected Stores) £429 + delivery @ Argos
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Just seen this come down in price by £120 for anyone interested, think the negative reviews were for bad lag when it came out but I believe this has all been fixed in later updates… Read more
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Monkey.nuts.2

Oos? Says unavailable in their stores.

zegermans

Thanks. I'll be fine with it - xda has a guide to getting playstore etc set up. Just need to decide whether to buy right away with the free pen or keyboard, or gamble and hope that they repeat the offer with both included (confused)

SuperSparky

Cool! Hadn't seen this tab before. Be aware that it doesn't come with the Google Play store and instead uses Huawei's AppGallery. You may have to buy apps again, and also I'm not sure how big their app selection is at this time!

zegermans

Thanks. I'll probably just go for a decent tablet instead. Leaning towards the Huawei matepad pro, which seems to be fairly simple to put Google apps onto.

SuperSparky

When comparing benchmarks, the i5 seemed to only be marginally better performing than the m3, so the price didn't seem worth it to me. It seems to run 3D applications just fine (all Pixel Slate devices run the same UHD 615 GPU, however the i5 runs 50MHz faster). I personally think the more important issues to note are that: 1. There is no guarantee that Android apps will run at all within Chrome OS (I've found some just force-close). This may (or may not) be addressed in future updates of the Chrome OS when the Android Runtime is updated. 2. Intel CPUs run Android apps in emulation mode, while ARM CPUs run Android apps natively resulting in broader compatibility, performance and battery usage efficiency. My opinion is that an ARM-based Chromebook would be the best solution for you in terms of running Android games well alongside Chrome OS.

Asus C434 Chromebook £499.99 @ John lewis & partners
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ASUS C434 touchscreen chromebook. Best price I have seen for one of these for a while. Intel m3 4GB Ram 128GB storage 2 year john lewis guarantee
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alasrati

There is an i5 8GB version but it's usually £700.

Nujol

I appreciate all of that, but my point is that, to my eye, this is an enormously inflated priced. The core components (processor, ssd, memory) are worth peanuts. I appreciate the extras like the portability and screen but it’s a huge, huge premium for those. But yes I appreciate that Chrome OS has developed a lot.

The_Guru

For video editing and graphic design you need minimum 8gb if not more plus very good cpu. Unless your doing extremely basic stuff. I'd get a proper windows laptop with i5 minimum. But I agree that it can do most things compared to past.

Masteryates

I'm a big fan of Chromebooks but have always had issue with the 4GB RAM on this machine, given it's price. I'd expect 8GB at this price considering I paid $350 for my HP x360, which has 8GB and a faster i5 CPU. Also consider the hinge design on this particular CB, which digs into your knees if using it on your lap for hours.

thegorilla

I think in 2020, Chromebooks tick almost every box for most people. This is what I can do: "Office" tasks e.g. writiting, spreadsheets, presentations, email, calendar. Video Calls; Build / manage websites (+ FTP); Graphic Design; Edit video; Edit podcast (audio); Edit images; Create email newsletters; Use Project Management tools; Research; In addition to browsing the web, watching video, listening to music, using social media etc. And if I need to, I can use most Linux apps and Android Apps. Plus Chromebooks have the advantage of being idiot proof and an ideal PC for those less techy. My Mum loves hers. Great battery life, instant on, secure, always up to date and most importantly, it responds when she interacts with it (no more clicking, clicking and clicking, and waiting...). For me and my needs (which may be different to yours) a Chromebook allows me to do my job and keep me entertained.

Acer Chromebook 514 Touchscreen | CB514-1HT £322.99 via Acer Employee Discount Shop
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Can be bought for £322.99 with 15% off code for going via employee benefit sites or taking advantage of onsite deals. Manufacturer Part Number NX.HFLEK.001 EAN 4710180321128 Opera… Read more
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Masteryates

That's a better CPU for sure. For me, it's very difficult to give you a clear opinion as I buy my Chromebooks from the USA, and therefore get much more for my money. For $350, I got a HP Chromebook x360 with an i5 and 8GB RAM. At the moment Chromebooks are in short supply and therefore the prices are inflated. If you can, give it a few months. Just PM me if you have any quesitons.

nev166

Do you think this for £340 is decent? https://uk-store.acer.com/acer-chromebook-514-cb514-1ht-silver-1

Masteryates

It's that dual core CPU that kills it for me. Fine for a machine costing £150, but I'd expect a minimum of the quad core N4200 for this £. I had an Acer Chromebook 15 with a similar screen and that aspect was top notch.

b1g1an

Prices on models at this level should plummet soon when the Lenovo Flex 5 makes it over here.

Wayne_Hardy

The n3350 CPU is dual core, I suppose if your spending this much then a quad core might be better. 14" IPS full hd touchscreen is more on the money though. If all you want to do is stream video, browse the net and use office apps then this would do that adequately.

Refurbished Google Pixelbook Go: M3, 8GB Ram and 64GB HDD - £458.99 at checkout from stock must go on eBay
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Google Pixelbook Go M3 Chromebook 8GB RAM, 64GB eMMC - Just Black. Grade A in retail box. These are one of the best Chromebooks I’ve used and retail new for £629. Price listed … Read more
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Monkey.nuts.2

One left in stock and works out to be £465.

Monkey.nuts.2

Mine arrived and it’s immaculate. Box, charger, cable, booklets. All there and no fingerprints or scuffs. It is as new. Hope those who ordered enjoy them.

Monkey.nuts.2

Thanks. (y)

Rickardo

OOS, but gave you heat.

b1g1an

Cracking deal, personally waiting for the Lenovo Flex 5 but otherwise I would've gone for this deal.

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HP 14-ca050sa 14" AMD A4 Chromebook - 32 GB eMMC, Grey £193.59 @ Currys_Clearance ebay
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Key Features Enjoy an operating system that's familiar and easy to use with the HP AMD A4 14" Intel® Celeron® Chromebook.Giving you access to Android apps and Google Assistant on y… Read more
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Masteryates

The Mrs lives in the USA, so when I see something online, I just send her an email saying Buy, Buy, Buy.

RedDevilPJB

Ta. So you bought in when in the US I take it

Masteryates

I got it from BestBuy. It was an open box.

RedDevilPJB

Where did you get that from please @Masteryates

KingCampo

Yes, it will do most things you need it to

HP 14-ca050sa 14" AMD A4 Chromebook - 32 GB eMMC, Grey damaged box @ Currys_Clearance / ebay
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Key Features THIS ITEM HAS A DAMAGED BOX! Enjoy an operating system that's familiar and easy to use with the HP AMD A4 14" Intel® Celeron® Chromebook.Giving you access to Android … Read more
Jordan_Taylor

I know its slightly over 400 but I'd get this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/353080315761 and a £20 external drive from amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07JGWBLVH/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_wR8WEbYY0BT01

stevohster

between 3 to 4 hundred running windows and a dvdrw on it nothing to elaborate I usually deal with a computer shop in landudno but wit the covid the shops still closed

Jordan_Taylor

What's your budget? And what do you need it to do?

stevohster

I thought as much Im just looking for a cheap Lap top I have a Dell but I want to upgrade but am struggling to fins a replacement

rkjp

OOS

GOOGLE Pixelbook Pen - Silver £67.97 @ Currys PC World
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Top features: - Works with Google Assistant to help you with tasks - Write, draw and design with confidence - Compatible with a range of apps so that you can do more Works w… Read more
r0bp

What's wrong with that anyway?

lkl265

Yep !

Dillz_

You know it's not an ink pen, right?

Dillz_

(lol) (lol) (lol)

maxyone1

You forget people are buying apple products too.... Last time when I checked they did £700 wheels for a pc that needs to be plugged into wall for power.....?!

ASUS C425TA-H50021 14" Chromebook - Intel® Core™ m3,64 GB eMMC Heavy Damaged Box £296.65 @ currys clearance eBay
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Inzamam_Baig

Received mine. No box damage, probably a customer return product. Happy with it.

SClub

We have two Chromebooks in the house - a trusty Asus c302 and a cheapie Acer CB311. Both are amazingly fast, charge via usb-c and are compact and light. I can even stream Steam games via Linux on the Acer (y)

Masteryates

Yes madstock. Thinking back, when Micro$oft decided to impose the ribbon on us, was probably the first sign of things to come, as they refused to listen to it's users. I'm not sure in the long run, Google will be any better. On the other hand, at least things just work on Chromebooks without slowing down. The way updates are handled is also night and day compared to W10.

madstock

Likewise here - I've been using Windows machines since 1990, but have been using an Asus C434T as my day-to-day machine for a couple of months now (with an old Samsung Galaxy Book as a windows backup) - at the same time my wife also switched to an HP x2 12-f050na, ditching both her Windows laptop and Samsung Tab S4 in the process. For years I was a massive fan of Windows (and indeed a paid advocate of Windows Mobile/Phone), but for 99% of everyday use I can see no reason that I would switch back; I just regret investing so heavily in Windows TV & Films, although if Movies Anywhere eventually finds it's way to incorporate UK film libraries that won't be a problem either.

Masteryates

Just be careful on some of these Asus Chromebooks. If the palm rests are plastic, the whole keyboard can have horrible flex when typing. Cold from me.

ASUS Chromebook C523, Intel Pentium Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 15.6” Full HD, Silver Metal £279.99 John Lewis & Partners
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ASUS Chromebook C523, Intel Pentium Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 15.6” Full HD, Silver Metal
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shoobirdy

Have you used the desktop mode on your P30 Pro?

Paul_Mawson

To be fair the site has been saturated with deals recently, especially Lenovo ones. I'm sure we'll both be happy with our purchases

xavierluther

Excellent purchase, better value than any Matebook deal & my own purchase: hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-173-gaming-laptop-i7-9750h-1tb-ssd-16gb-ram-gtx1650-ips-791-with-code-at-lenovo-uk-3441032 ...though I'll get a bigger screen, dedicated graphics, pre-installed OS, 1tb drive etc but maybe less value for money overall than your pick Have already a light, portable, 13" Inspiron i5, wanted something bigger with good graphics, mostly for home use; well you're getting latest Ryzen 7 GPU, not bad at all

Paul_Mawson

This was the spec I sent for at £550

xavierluther

...same as Matebook

Acer R13 13.3" Touchscreen Chromebook CB5-312T 64GB / 4GB - GRADE C Refurbished £156.39 at StockMustGo eBay
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Acer R13 13.3" Touchscreen Chromebook CB5-312T 64GB / 4GB - GRADE C Refurbished £156.39 at StockMustGo eBay
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Touchscreen, Android App support, 13.3" form factor. PRODUCT GRADING GRADE: C NON ORIGINAL BOX. Dent on the back. Paint chips on the lid edges. WHAT IS IN THE BOX A… Read more
morgie

Cheers. Looks like it was just the one. Hope someone here got it. Marking as expired.

TylerDurdenUK

OOS

solid

Think this is a bargain, even in Grade C - as long as its usuable and functional, that is!

Wayne_Hardy

Personally I think this is overpriced especially in C grade. That being said this is still an excellent Chromebook. Official support/upgrades till Jun 2024, touchscreen, 360 degree hinge. Would like to see this cheaper so not voting either way

morgie

Yes cb5-312t is the R13 - I'll update the title, thanks.

HP Chromebook x360 14-da0002na Full-HD Convertible Laptop for £319.00 delivered at HP Shop
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HP Chromebook x360 14-da0002na Full-HD Convertible Laptop for £319.00 delivered at HP Shop
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This Chromebook with a decent spec is already on sale on the HP website with £79.99 discount. It can be lowered by further £50 using the CQ220AF29 code. This code is valid only un… Read more
plunet

OOS

feckineejit

Can anyone recommend a cheap laptop for my daughter for her school work, the screen broke on the other and we need one asap, also for browsing and preferable cheapish

b1g1an

The Flex 5 is going to be the no brainer, full experience Chromebook choice when that is launched soon.

e4kenndr

Lenovo Duet coming out later this year looks promising

scousethief

Bought my daughter a Chromebook when she started Uni, she's since graduated and started working. She still uses the chromebook every day and prefers it to her work laptop because its so fast. Whilst more ram is always a good idea ChromOS isn't Windows and its requirements are lower so it can run on lower spec devices.

Chromebook HP 14-ca050sa Intel Celeron|N3350 1.1GHz| 4GB|32GB eMMC| Boxed | B Grade - £109.24 @ restore-technology eBay
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Chromebook HP 14-ca050sa Intel Celeron|N3350 1.1GHz| 4GB|32GB eMMC| Boxed | B Grade - £109.24 @ restore-technology eBay
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With the kids stuck at home, a chromebook could be just the job. My elder boy has had one of these since last summer and it's done him well (I got that for £99 from a deal posted h… Read more
Masteryates

Had the US touchscreen version of this, and was really impressed by the build quality, keyboard, touchpad and particularly the battery life. The worse thing about these low end Chromebooks are the TN screens. You get what you pay for I guess.

zcaprd7

Lol, they are solid workhorses, and you can install chromium on them if you're worried about Google updates...it was meant to be an IT/business studies project for my daughter, and it got out of hand!

leoattwood

Holychromebooks Batman!

zcaprd7

300!

leoattwood

That’s a great idea. How many do you have coming in?

HP 15-de0503na 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5 Chromebook - 128 GB eMMC, White £499 @ Currys PC World
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HP 15-de0503na 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5 Chromebook - 128 GB eMMC, White £499 @ Currys PC World
Technical specifications for HP 15-de0503na 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5 Chromebook - 128 GB eMMC, WhiteOVERVIEWTypeChromebookOperating systemChrome OSPERFORMANCEProcessor- Intel® Core™ i… Read more
xavierluther

Fingerprint sensor

Jim_Danger

what does fps mean?

jazzuk777

I only block tedious ignorant people, bye

b1g1an

Nice that you said you've finally accepted your mistake and weren't going to try to argue otherwise but a shame that only lasted as far as the second paragraph. I can assure you that, unlike yours, my dictionary doesn't have pictures in. Either way, your obviously never going to get there, and have some serious personal issues to address, so I'll let you carry on by yourself, feel free to spout some more rubbish if you really feel you need to have the final word.

jazzuk777

The only thing being worse than a pedant, is being one who is wrong. I'm not going to argue with you any further. Clearly your nickname shows you're insecure. I can guarantee my English is better than yours. You can't understand what hyperbole means for starters or you'd know you were wrong.

Acer CB314-HT 64Gb touch screen chromebook £249.00 @ Currys PC World
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Acer CB314-HT 64Gb touch screen chromebook £249.00 @ Currys PC World
This version seems only to be available at DSG in the UK so it's easily overlooked Full 1080p HD screen and touch screen 64Gb memory Receives Chromebook support thru June 2026
Carly_Yoxen

Do you have a link for this???

1mran

I like the family link profiles on Chromebook which give them as much freedom as you want to give them. It also gets then used to creating code and docs instead of just tapping here and there. You can also set yourself up as a teacher in csfirst.withgoogle.com which takes courses and walkthroughs from the MIT scratch program. So basically amazing content unimaginable to be free just one generation ago

ge0

Now out of stock :(

willeymunda

im considering getting my 9 year old in Year 4 a laptop or chromebook to be able to do his schoolwork while his school is closed down. They are using 'Google Classroom' ive downloaded the app onto his ipad but wondered if that will be sifficient or will he benefit from a laptop or chromebook?

1mran

Yes I agree. If your child's school has Chromebooks chances are they are touch screen also. I have a win 10 laptop with touch, if you're talking around a document you find yourself using it. Otherwise get a mouse it's good to get them fluent in using them For 20 quid difference I wouldn't hesitate

Refurbished HP Chromebook 11-V001NA 11.6" Intel Dual Core N3060 4GB 16GB laptop for £107.99 delivered @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Refurbished HP Chromebook 11-V001NA 11.6" Intel Dual Core N3060 4GB 16GB laptop for £107.99 delivered @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Ideal for school or college, this cheap, sturdy and lightweight laptop has word-processing, email-sending, presentation-building, and spreadsheet-making software built in via Googl… Read more
Retro89

I have the previous gen of this Chromebook, no complaints. Would be even better if it supported android apps, it is on the list for it but been on "Planning" for a long time so will probably never get it.

Wayne_Hardy

Support/updates to Jun 2022. Might be a good deal for those who wish to test out the Chromebook environment. Heat added

Akira_Cat

Yeah probably, but this one is more compact.

averagejoe

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/refurbished-hp-chromebook-14-db0003na-14-laptop-amd-a4-9120-4gb-ram-32gb-emmc-for-10799-delivered-using-code-at-ebay-laptop-outlet-3413304 surely this is far better for a tenner more? (using eBay code)

Soldyoursoul

A 4 year old model that's "refurbished"? No thank you!

ASUS C223NA-GJ0014 11.6" Celeron N3350 4GB RAM 32GB Chromebook - £159.90 delivered at Hughes Clearance / eBay
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ASUS C223NA-GJ0014 11.6" Celeron N3350 4GB RAM 32GB Chromebook - £159.90 delivered at Hughes Clearance / eBay
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The Asus C223NA-GJ0014 will keep up with your busy day with up to 10 hours battery life, meaning you can be productive on the move all day every day. Taking up little to no room o… Read more
Raja_Akhter

As fast as a snail

ASUS C425TA-H50021 14" Chromebook - Intel® Core™ m3, 64 GB eMMC, Silver £349 at Currys PC World
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ASUS C425TA-H50021 14" Chromebook - Intel® Core™ m3, 64 GB eMMC, Silver £349 at Currys PC World
Price match guarantee Chrome OS Intel® Core™ m3-8100Y Processor RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 64 GB eMMC Full HD display Battery life: Up to 10 hours
b1g1an

Whilst I agree completely with the technical side, the real issue to me is that a directly comparable Wintel laptop often has a much cheaper street price, not RRP, for the same spec, particularly insulting when it's the same range machine from the same manufacturer and I'm fairly confident Microsoft licensing is more expensive than Google's. Also makes me cry when you see the lightening deals the likes of Best Buy do on decent Chromebooks in the States, unless they are old models like most of the ones at Currys you never see a discount over here if there isn't a Windows logo on it somewhere. For most personal buyers, a Chromebook would probably be a better buy but no one wants to tell them or they got stung buying some gutless wonder that struggled with four tabs open because that's what advertising had you believe was all you needed. Nowadays, people moan at the tiniest bit of lag on their phones so those very low spec ones just don't cut it. Spec for a proper Chromebook experience is minimum FHD screen, preferably higher on bigger sizes, touchscreen and a core i3 with at least 4Gb of RAM, being convertible too makes one just about perfect and the tablet killers they were made out to be from the start.

SClub

Wow good specs for a Chromebook (y)

ladaowner

Chromebook does not need more ram or stronger CPU. Not saying chromebooks are any good, just saying they require less to run well. In fact in the world of chrome books this would be considered a beast.

sbodyontheweb

349£ for 4gb with weak cpu woww it’s 2020 even phones have more memory lol

dark_shadow

Don't do it, this and the C433 feels very cheaply made and the hinge is AWFUL and plasticy. I know because I almost bought it. I now have the C434 and it is worlds apart from these. I picked mine up like new for £330 from ebay.

Asus Chromebook 12 C223NA-GJ0014 Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 32GB EMMC, 11.6 Inch Chromebook £169.99 at Very
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Asus Chromebook 12 C223NA-GJ0014 Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 32GB EMMC, 11.6 Inch Chromebook £169.99 at Very
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grimboj2

If you just want something with a keyboard to browse the web and use google docs that sounds like a good deal.

Refurbished Acer R13 MediaTek M8173C 4GB 64GB 13.3 Inch Convertible Chromebook A1 condition £219.97 at Laptops Direct
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Refurbished Acer R13 MediaTek M8173C 4GB 64GB 13.3 Inch Convertible Chromebook A1 condition £219.97 at Laptops Direct
Popular Features 13.3 Inch Screen Processor - Mediatek Mediatek M8173C RAM - 4 GB Operating System - Google Chrome OS Optical Drive - No optical drive Colour - Silver Battery Life … Read more
Jules_HT

I think you missed mine mate - what you say on paper is logical but it's not a true reflection of living with the device. This is worth every penny for the reasons I stated - limitations of the os aside (thanks for the note on Office BTW - also need remote desktop though), it is better than the laptop I paid double the money for. You're making a mistake writing this off. There is nothing that I'm aware of that can match these for the combination of price, functionality, and build quality. You might find one or two of those elements in another device, but not all three.

irabbs7

Like I said for day to day use this acer has :a better battery (12 to 13 hours when new now around 8 or 9 hours after 2 years of use!), better screen(IPS, better sgrb so better colour saturation, higher nits in terms of screen brightness, better viewing angles etc), aluminium build throughout and not just part like some expensive laptops, touchscreen which could be useful to some, can put it in different modes like tent mode, tablet mode etc which is useful. Combine all this you have the perfect laptop for basic users like students who all they do is surf online, use office, media consumption so overall it does 90% of what users do. Not sure why your arguing this should be like £120? Comparing it to alot of Windows laptops after 2 or 3 years of use the battery life decreases so much, IPS displays like on this chromebook are very rarely found on windows laptops below £400, most Windows budget laptops are also poor build with plastic this chromebook has aluminum build throughout and looks way more expensive then it is. The negatives for the chromebook are the OS (but that's the whole point of chromebooks it's for basic use), can't install many windows apps too which could be a problem.

irabbs7

Exactly

eraldo

You missed my point entirely. If there's a product that does everything this one does and more but cheaper then this product is pointless. Its not worth the price because there's cheaper options out there that do the same thing for a lower price and brand new not refurbished which is a shame because I want to try out the chrome OS I'm just not going to pay the price these things fetch because they aren't worth that price not so long as there's windows 10 laptops out there that do the same thing and as I said at a lower price. Also Chromebooks work with the android play store and play store has Microsoft office.

Jules_HT

I bought one of these for my daughter, and it's fantastic. Next to my £500+ i5 HP laptop it is another league build quality wise - the case, the screen, the keyboard, the battery life, even the charger. Makes the HP feel like a creaky bendy little toy. If it weren't for the limitations of a Chromebook (not being able to use Office) I'd use one of these every day of the week instead. Despite the chipset it is still more than a match for media and streaming. Your theoretical views are fine, but they don't take the reality of using and living with the device into account. These come up periodically, there is a reason the almost instantly sell out... Couple of my mates are waiting for one, having tried my daughter's. You would not have been able to tell it wasn't brand new either, but for the non original box. Will be interesting to hear from the few that managed to get one of these, once it arrives.

Refurbished HP Chromebook 14-db0003na 14" Laptop AMD A4-9120 4GB RAM & 32GB eMMC for £107.99 delivered (using code) @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Refurbished HP Chromebook 14-db0003na 14" Laptop AMD A4-9120 4GB RAM & 32GB eMMC for £107.99 delivered (using code) @ eBay / Laptop Outlet
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Laughably cheap Chromebook here for £107.99 (using the eBay code) — made for studying, writing a book, internet browsing, or just watching films in your student digs. This is a che… Read more
bubblesmoney

Looks brand new. No idea why it was refurbished. Didn't need it but bought it as great deal. Wanted to buy Chromebook for a while and glad I bought it. Awesome battery life. Looks great, feels light, screen is fine for me and I have the 1k hp Spectre 360 top of the line laptop to compare. Not an equal but very very good value for money. Surprised how the laptop market survives the Chromebooks as these should be sufficient for most people for routine home use. Child is getting a free Chromebook soon from school and they introduced them to Chromebooks in school today. Does the code work anymore in case I recommend this deal to friends. Looks like deal expired but still available on eBay. No idea if the code still works. My invoice shows the original price £134.99 shown now on eBay but I paid £107.99 and that's what they took from PayPal at using the code. Strange the invoice email shows the price without discount. Does this come with any manuals. Nothing in the box other than charging adapter and cable and some EU papers

Akira_Cat

I’m glad you like it.

bubblesmoney

Thank you. My first Chromebook. Battery life is great.

Masteryates

Rewind 2 years ago, and I didn't get it. Bought a new Asus FX503 with Windows 10 and hated it. Then tried Linux which kept breaking and then found cloudready. Cloudready is great, but you always know a real Chromebook will be better. Now on my 2nd Chromebook and never looked back.

Masteryates

I use my HP Chromebook x360 to emulate an Atari ST, (using an Android app) to play Microprose Grand Prix and it works fine. Support for gamepads can be a bit hit and miss though.

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    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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