'More RAM for better, zippier performance, Swappable 6-cell battery lasts longer on the road'
'Very short battery life, Bland and relatively thick design'
'Limitations of Chrome OS, Poor battery life'
'Most affordable Chromebook yet, Decent performance'
'Chrome is getting better all the time'
'A usable, top-value Chrome OS laptop'
'Saddled with an ugly design, finicky touch pad, and short battery life'
'Dirt cheap at $199, Relatively enormous 320GB hard drive'
'Cheap, 320GB hard drive built-in, simple to use'
'Good keyboard and touchpad, Attractive display'
'Physical keyboard hub, dual batteries'
'Sharp screen resolution, Comfy keyboard'
'Powerful hardware and responsive software'
'Easy to switch from laptop to tablet mode'
'Fast, stable performance, Tablet is lightweight'
'Very fast quad-core processor'
'Quite good despite the plastic components used'
'Good display with great viewing angles'
'Attractive durable design, Comfortable finish'
'Durable simplistic design'
'Sleek yet rugged chassis'
'A compact magnesium alloy body and sturdy design'
'Attractive, durable design, Good keyboard design'
'Solid build, superior performance, and a surfeit of business features'
'Durable and compact simplistic design'
'It's everything I expected and more'
'Eye-pamperingly gorgeous Retina display'
'Reduced screen glare Top-notch performance Slim and lightweight'
'Offers up to seven hours of battery life on a single charge'
'High Resolution, Thunderbolt port, Long Battery Life'
'Retina Display is pretty good'
'Ten-point touchscreen, Good battery life, Reasonably priced'
'Very good viewing angles, Very bright screen'
'A bit slower than competing Windows 8 tablets, Short battery life'
'You get what you pay for'
'IPS panel is bright and vibrant with excellent viewing angles'
'Very light, Premium materials and look'
'Very crisp display, Thin light design'
'Disappointing contrast in the display'
'Beautiful device and display'
'Generous warranty, software package'
'Has an unusually high-resolution display'
'Glass touchscreen with thin bezels'
'Best resolution screen available for an ultrabook, period'
'Super-high resolution, gorgeous touch display'
'Gorgeous, high-res display'
'Attractive soft-touch chassis, Strong performance'
'Comfortable keyboard and touchpad, Strong performance levels'
'Offering good performance, and great ergonomics and feel'
'Solid design, Comfortable backlit keyboard'
'Lovely design, removable battery and serviceable parts'
'Range of business-friendly features'
'Erratic performance issues, Dismal screen quality and brightness'
'Military-grade design, Good performance, Quick SSD'
'Fast 2D and reasonable 3D performance'
'Terrific battery life'
'Comes with 1TB Google Drive subscription for three years'
'High quality anodized aluminum matte chassis'
'Expensive, Interface not optimized for touch'
'Gorgeous high-definition touchscreen'
'Why this pays for itself'
'Beautifully made, Stunning high-res screen'
'Boot-ups are quick, performance is generally good'
'Web-based Chrome OS requires you to be online to do most tasks'
'Design, build, display, sound quality, speed'
'1TB of online storage space'
'Solid Windows 8 ultrabook, Folds back for tablet and stand modes'
'Fully functional 10-finger touchscreen'
'Bright display, Very long battery life'
'Solid performance, Great display'
'Great keyboard, trackpad and touchscreen'
'It's a pretty cool device'
'Ultrabook first, tablet second, but a great machine nonetheless!'
'Top-notch keyboard (for typing), Surprisingly affordable'
'Amazingly versatile design'
'Soft-touch materials throughout'
'Compatible with WiGig wireless dock, Good keyboard'
'High resolution, Sturdy construction'
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