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14 inches
1920x1080 pixels
1440 x 900 pixels
2.1 GHz AMD R Series
9.6
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Buyer's Reviews 1044

Disclaimer: I'm a serious computer geek and I'm a little snobbish when it comes to technology. But this laptop is still great! Rating: 5 stars (because 4.8 is not an option, 4 stars are too few) Model: 12 GB RAM;Ryzen 53500UPros: > this price! (within this price range, performance is unparalleled!) > the performance of Ryzen 5 3500U is better than Intel Core i5-8250U. > Vega 8 graphics card is quite powerful. > the backlit keyboard is very good, and it is very pleasant to type > Light > Super large port selection. > 12 GB RAM is sufficient for most day-to-day tasks. (if your warranty emptying type can be extended to 20 GB) > provide decent sound effects for its class > come with a pen that is very suitable for software > Great touch screenCons: > cannot be charged through usb-C (Lenovo! Please do this for the next model!) > the screen is bright enough, but it is not suitable for outdoor use. Pen store is very embarrassing (Lenovo! You can really do better!) > McAfee is pre-installed and refuses to uninstall. You actually need to download their uninstall program to do this. IMHO it's more like a virus than an antivirus software.) Battery life is absolutely possible. It's not a battery with a long battery life, but I seem to be able to use it for five hours at a time (in balanced mode, turn the brightness down a little bit-to be honest, you paid for it. My opinion: I bought this laptop for graduate school. I want something that can be used both to take notes and to do all my homework. It needs to be portable and quite lightweight without affecting performance. This.

14 inches
1920 x 1080
4.6 GHz Core i7 Family
16 GB DDR4
9.6
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This is a great computer in many ways, the computer specification is great, it is fast and agile. The 512 GB solid state drive feels fast. 16 GB fast memory is good. The i7 processor is a beast with speed (and noise fan) bursts when needed. This is a fast, well-chosen machine. The screen is good, and the 14-inch size is a good compromise against the larger 15.6 and 13-inch sizes. Chicklet keyboard is reasonable, it is backlit, this is a very good touch. Fingerprint detectors have been working reliably for me, but this is not a function of great concern to me. I can log on to my computer using a PIN code or a webcam. Acer Spin 3 convertible laptop, 14-inch full HD IPS touch, 8th generation Intel Core i78565U, 16 GB DDR4512 GB PCIE NVMe SSD, backlit KB, fingerprint reader, SP314-53N-77AJ has a rechargeable active stylus, which, in my opinion, is not up to the task of artistic creation on a computer. This is good for notes and rough paintings, but for serious works of art, I think it needs to be better. But it's definitely a good idea. So what is my biggest dissatisfaction with Acer Spin 3? There is a serious lack of connection options! No USB-C. If you are not familiar with USB-C (which I am not familiar with until recently), it is the connector of all connectors. A USB-C can be used to add almost dozens of different devices to your computer. The $50 hub can be plugged into the USB-C port, it can support external hard drive, Internet port, HDMI output, headphone Jack, phone …

14 inches
3.9 GHz Core i3 Family
4 GB DDR4
128 GB 128GB m.2 PCIe Solid State Drive
9.0
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The man who tries to set it up is obviously judging and laughing at you, and you suffer due to inadequacy. Here's a sentence for you, "try again under incorrect circumstances." I heard that guy say you're an idiot. I feel small.

12.2 inches
1900*1200 pixels
1.5 GHz Intel Celeron
4 GB LPDDR3
8.6
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In order to work, I have bought a cheap laptop in the market for some time. I have a bulky game PC, at home, but I want a completely independent portable computer to meet non-game needs, such as the use of the Internet and word processing. In addition, I've been trying to read more, which sometimes leads me to use Kindle apps on my phone. I was attracted to Chromebook Plus (V2 because it tried to make it more like a tablet and take advantage of Android applications. The screen is good, although the default settings make the application shelf, window border, and pointer size a little too large compared to what the screen uses. This is variable once you poke around the settings, though, I don't complain. The keyboard is great and responsive. The touch screen is pretty good, although it is not on a par with the perfection of the iPad touch screen. Sometimes, when I try to click on something with my finger, I miss it, or I may not be registered at all. This happens so little that it is still fully available. This pen is also very good, although I only use it to doodle in the Google Keep Notes application, because it is not my main selling point. The battery life is about the same as in advertising; for example, I gently used it from 7: 30 to 2: 30 yesterday, and it only reached about 50%. Given the fact that sizes and keyboards are always connected, the foldable nature of tent and tablet models is a bit clumsy.

14 inches
1920 x 1080 pixels
3.4 GHz Core M Family
8 GB DDR3L
8.5
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I waited three months for the beauty to go on sale after CES2019. Once on the market, I ordered it. I want to compare it to my Pixelbook. The price is twice or more. Update: after more testing and comparison, I did PB, and decided to keep C434! The C434 is a beautiful hardware. Its aluminum finish is perfect. Compared with Pixelbook, the screen is excellent, it is not as bright and brilliant as Pixelbook, but very close. This is a wide screen, and the screen on the PB is 3:4. It looks good. It's more suitable for watching movies. It's a little awkward as a table. The keyboard is great. I would call it a draw with PB. The backlight on the keyboard is good, but it is best to turn it off during the day because the letters on the keys are difficult to read. The trackpad is smooth and a tie. The weight belongs to Pixelbook,. It is about a pound lighter. Storage, even if Asustek has a miniature SD card slot, PB with 128 or 256 GB internal storage will be recognized. Chrome seems to handle internal storage more easily than external cards, and sounds perfect for laptops. Much better than PB. Both ports have 2 USB C, but Asustek added USB A 3.0. Advantage: it was a close call, but I decided to keep PB for a while. I bet I'll order Asustek next year. There may be larger HD and faster processors, if available.

10 inches
1800 x 1200 pixels
1.6 GHz Pentium
8 GB DDR
8.1
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I think Surface Go is a great device if you don't set your expectations too high. For reference, I got the basic model of 64 GB, a black lid and a Surface Pen. After unpacking, it takes a little longer to set up than the device likes to say, "wait a minute," but if you already have an Windows 10 device, it's pretty fast and easy. After initial startup, the device will need to download various updates, but after multiple installations, reboots, and so on, my updates were completely updated in about 2 hours. Standard computer update transactions. I switched it out of "S mode" almost immediately, because I didn't want to be guided to the Microsoft store, and it was good for them to offer you options. It does not require any reboot or anything, and allows you to install the application from anywhere. As for performance, I've completed email, a lot of Internet browsing and video viewing, movies, graphics, and light photo editing and social networks. The device is not as fast as lightning, nor does it need to be so. It rarely delays opening programs by more than a second or two, but if you're used to higher-performance desktops or laptops, you'll notice. The smooth screen is beautiful, and the photos and videos look great. The front speakers sound pretty good, but not much better than the average smartphone speaker, but that's understandable. The device also makes zero noise, there are no fans or rotating disks, and there is little contact with heat. In fact, any l.

15.6 inches
1366x768
1.6 GHz Intel Celeron
4 GB LPDDR3
8.0
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I don't know why there are bad comments, but I won't listen to them. In fact, I decided to buy this computer at Best Buy (Best Buy), where I could view and touch the computer before I bought it. I've been using Microsoft / Hewlett-Packard all my life. I'm very unsure about Chromebook. I walked back and forth by myself for a few weeks. But let me say, if you are a Android enthusiast, this Chromebook will become your second nature. It's based on the Google Play store, and some of the features are great! (for example, if your phone is unlocked nearby, you do not need to enter a password into your computer.) The biggest selling point is the screen size. Most of the Chromebook I found was much smaller, and it had a huge screen of very good quality. The display settings also provide a luminous / blue filter, which I absolutely like! Battery life is great, just around great computers. The speed is lightning fast, and I actually expect less. There's nothing wrong with this laptop. If you haven't bought it yet, I don't know what you're waiting for.

15.6 inches
1366x768
1 GHz 1.2GHz Cortex A8 Processor
8 GB DDR4
7.7
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I don't usually write comments, but I think it's worth it. This has to be the best "value for money" machine I've ever bought. The 10th generation 1035G1 i5 is very fast when mixed with 16 GB DDR4 and 1 TB NVMe SDD. It's elegant, too. Nice chassis. I was surprised at its weight. I think this is to be expected, because I think everything except the CPU fan is solid. The airborne camera is very clear and the text of the driver's license on the secure website is clear and readable. For the first time, CPU included neural network instructions from the Xeon production line in the 10th generation chip for consumers to use. If you are using Jupyter notebooks or using NetBeans or using MySQL instances to learn development kits such as Anaconda for data science, this is done quickly at a very high price. In short, this provides Windows workstation performance and Chromebook simplicity / pricing.

11.6 inches
1366*768 pixels
1.6 GHz Intel Celeron
4 GB DDR3L
7.5
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This is a very solid feeling unit, unlike many cheap Chromebook. All the comments are about performance and battery life. I object to comments that this unit (or any Chromebook) is "restricted". Google "install Ubuntu on Chromebook" and follow the instructions and you will have a full-featured Linux computer. Install LibreOffice, for your office suite install Gimp, for photo editing install Audacity, for audio recording and editing and any other Linux applications you want. Put the 64 GB SD card in the slot to store all data. You will have a computer that is more secure than any Windows computer, the price is only a fraction of any Mac computer, and you can do whatever you want. The world of Linux software is amazing, and it's all free, okay, so it can't manage your iPhone, but it can do almost anything else. It's less than $200. I don't think I'll ever go back to Windows or Mac again.

14 inches
1920x1080
1920 x 1080
1.8 GHz Core i7 Family
7.2
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On the whole, I am very satisfied. The price is good. The specifications are very good. The quality of the building is very good! There is almost no curved, very stiff body on the screen. The keyboard is great! The best keyboard on a laptop I've ever tried. The operation is quiet and so far has a good battery life. However, one thing that disappoints me very much is the loudspeaker. This is my understanding, these are upgraded from the 6th generation, there are now some top-mounted speakers in addition to the bottom of the launch. The speakers emitted at the bottom on the right make a very distracting hum. At some frequencies, it sounds completely rubbish. Some blame the loose Shift/ enter key, while others say it's "normal for business laptops." I don't expect MBP quality sound to be here, but I do hope it doesn't quack and sound like a tin can. I think I really like this laptop, and I'm going to keep it, but from a good laptop, the bad click, the tiny speaker sound is really disappointing. The sound was so bad that I turned off all the system sounds because it made me cringe when I heard it. I took off the back shell and thought something might be stuck or wrong. The loudspeaker is screwed in with some kind of damping rubber gasket to isolate it from the housing. The speakers are loose. I have considered adding a few very small rubber washers to tighten the fit slightly, perhaps to reduce the rattling. But I haven't done anything yet. I hate being so frustrating on an otherwise great laptop, but the sound quality is gone.

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Screen Size 14 inches 14 inches 14 inches 12.2 inches 14 inches 10 inches 15.6 inches 15.6 inches 11.6 inches 14 inches
Operating System Windows 10 Windows 10 Home Windows 10 Home Chrome OS Chrome OS Windows 10 Home Chrome OS Windows 10 Home Chrome OS Windows 10
Date First Available July 2, 2019 May 24, 2019 April 1, 2019 October 22, 2018 April 22, 2019 July 1, 2018 July 22, 2018 November 1, 2019 March 23, 2016 July 22, 2019
Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium ion batteries required. 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included) 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Optical Drive Type No Optical Drive No Optical Drive None None No Optical Drive DVD+RW No Optical Drive BD-R No Optical Drive BD-R
Flash Memory Size 256.00 512.00 4.00 64.0 64.00 128 16.00 64.00 16 512.00
Processor Count 1 4 1 1 2 2 2 4 2 1
Processor Brand AMD Intel Intel Samsung Intel Intel Intel Intel Intel Intel
Item Dimensions L x W x H 12.91 x 9.02 x 0.7 inches 12.95 x 9.41 x 0.78 inches 9.17 x 13.22 x 0.8 inches 11.35 x 0.67 x 8.2 inches 12.6 x 8 x 0.6 inches 9.7 x 6.9 x 0.3 inches 15.1 x 10.1 x 1 inches 10 x 14 x 1 inches 11.6 x 0.9 x 7.9 inches 8.55 x 12.74 x 0.59 inches
Item Weight 3.52 pounds 3.7 pounds 2.9 pounds 2.98 pounds 3.3 pounds 1.15 pounds 4.4 pounds 4.83 pounds 2.2 pounds 4.63 pounds
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