If you need a computer that moves as fast as you do in life, consider a this super-portable Asus 13.3-inch C300SA Chromebook, which is currently discounted to less than $200 on Amazon. This Chromebook is ultramobile, weighs less than 3 pounds, and delivers an impressive 10-hour battery life, perfect for those with an on-the-go lifestyle.
This Asus model has a power-efficient Intel Celeron 1.6GHz Dual-Core N3060 processor and 4 GB 1866MHz DDR3 memory, making it both fast and powerful for a low-priced laptop. If you need more storage, you can get plenty with the multiple I/O ports, including an SD card port and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port. A built-in HDMI port enables you to connect to a big screen TV to share photos or stream movies.
If hooking up to a TV isn’t an option, you can still enjoy premium picture quality on the 13-inch, 1366-by-768 pixel HD display , which features a matte finish that allows you to use it in both dim and brightly lit environments.
The Chromebook features a refined chiclet keyboard with enhanced keys that more accurately register strikes to increase your typing speed and precision. It also boasts the largest touchpad in its class, giving you plenty of space to type, zoom, and scroll.
If you share your computer with others, you can do so safely with this model knowing your information is protected with the highest form of security — a TPM chip that encrypts data on a hardware level and Chrome OS sandboxed design that prevents any application from affecting the core system file. The convenient webcam is perfect for crystal-clear video chats with friends and family.
The Asus 13.3-inch C300SA Chromebook normally retails for $229 but is currently discounted to only $199 on Amazon, saving you $30 (13 percent).
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