ASUS Chromebook C300MA-DH02-LB 13.3″ HD (1366768), matte (Light Blue), Intel Bay Trail-M N2840 Dual Core 2.16Ghz (Turbo up to 2.58Ghz), 4GB DDR3L (1600MHz) on board, 16G EMMC + TPM, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.0, Chrome OS

3 thoughts on “ASUS Chromebook 13 Inch HD with Gigabit WiFi, 16GB Storage & 4GB RAM (Light Blue)

  1. Robert Caputo says:

    The Best Chromebook On The Market — Super long batter life (between 11 and 19 hours), great performance, great build quality. The Asus Chromebook C300 is the best Chromebook on the market. It may not be as fast as the Acer C720 on paper, but it can handle 12 tabs and 3 720p YouTube videos (maybe not 1080p, but the screen can’t support that anyway) all at the same time without little slow-down (assuming you have an internet connection that is fast enough to load all of that).A couple of months ago, I purchased a MacBook Pro 15″ Retina Display (over 10x the price of this computer), and I love using both of them. They’re both different, but they both fit. My MacBook Pro never leaves my desk, and it’s great there — very fast, high resolution display, great for working and entertainment, etc. But the Chromebook (formerly my Samsung Chromebook but now my Asus Chromebook C300) is the computer that I take with me whenever I leave my desk. It does everything I need to do, and perfectly (thank Google Apps for Business — but even if you have Office 365, iCloud, etc, it can still do what you need) –…

  2. Nick says:

    All about the operating system. I am quite pleased with this Chromebook. Sometimes these get bad reviews because people don’t understand what Chromebooks actually do and what purpose they serve. That’s not exactly fair, is it?Chromebooks are cheap, yet highly effective, alternatives to those who live in the Googleverse and want to utilize all the web apps (and eventually ALL Android apps) on their laptop. This is not a laptop for hardcore gaming, photo editing or computing. If you’re expecting that, you haven’t done your research. You can’t install third-party software on this, however, 95 percent of computer users don’t need Windows (a very complicated OS, it really is overkill). There’s a Microsoft Word app if you’re not into Google Docs (an AWESOME alternative to word).Nothing is stored on this computer. If you create a document, of upload photos, they CAN go on the hard drive, but why would you do that? Simple upload them to Google Drive and you’re set. Then, you will literally never lose…

  3. MT says:

    Acer C720 vs ASUS C300MA The ASUS looks great, has a great track pad and keyboard, incredible battery life, and a nice small/compact charger. The screen is just OK, but for the price, it does its job.What really bothered me about the ASUS was the performance. My first Chromebook was an Acer C720 2gb, which has the Haswell micro-chip. This comes with Bay Trail, and even though its clock speed is faster (2.16 ghz vs the Acer’s 1.4 ghz), Bay Trail is significantly slower. Sometimes I would experience lag when typing, or when scrolling through pages. If I have about 3 or 4 tabs open (an open ebook, Google Docs, Gmail, Facebook), it’s doesn’t happen, but anything more (multitasking; streaming music or videos while having 3-5 other tabs open) will cause it to stutter. I use this to take to class and to get some homework and reading done in between classes, and while the ASUS does do the job, it isn’t as snappy as the Acer. I bought the ASUS because I needed a bigger screen (13.3 vs the Acer’s 11.6), and…

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