For $170 is the Asus Chromebook C201 worth it?
With laptops and especially Chromebooks getting cheaper and cheaper I wanted to take a look at the Asus C201, with tablet internals and a fairly decent build is it time to give Chrome OS a shot?
Asus C201: http://amzn.to/1U8IqY8
help please, i have movies and shows downloaded and uploaded on a micro sd card, two 32 gig cards. when i insert the tiny micro card, it sometimes doesn't show up and i can't watch movies, most recently on a plane(really annoying because that is the main reason i bought it, to watch movies or shows on planes or in airports). on earth it works most of the time. do i need to be on wifi for sd cards to work? is there a setting im missing. thanks for you time.
Loking at this, just been reduce to £199 in UK, is it still a good buy as want a compact Chromebook and good battery life, basically just as an inbetween to my "home" Laptop and phone. It's either this or a ukka phone, and, I really need a solid keyboard. ANY feedback or ideas are welcomed (within reason!) Thanks....
I recently bought an Acer Chromebook 15 at WalMart for $170 and it absolutely rocks. Super fast, easy setup, blah blah blah. And Google's free software i.e. Sheets and Docs help save me from buying Microsoft Office which is another big plus. Glad I've made the switch over from a traditional laptop and not looking back.
This is the computer my school uses. It's durability is horrible. If you drop it, the corner will chip, the screen will pop open. It's not bad though. It's good for just going to google classroom and typing up a document, make a PowerPoint, or filling out a form.