'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'
'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'
'Unbeatable price, Slim and light'
'Ultra-light design, Long battery life, Very affordable'
'Very little capability when offline'
'Extremely low price, Excellent keyboard'
'A very good computer with a few drawbacks at a very good price'
'Cheap, Light, Simple to use, Secure, Reasonable keyboard'
'Super affordable, Slim and stylish'
'Lightweight, thin, and inexpensive laptop'
'Small, transportable, Google OS is simple'
'Good keyboard and touchpad, Speedy performance'
'Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA'
'Shockingly low price, Plenty of ports'
'Delightful and versatile computer for a great price'
'Useless without Internet connection.'
'Runs hot, expensive.'
'Expensive given what it can do right now.'
'Tough to recommend this Chromebook over a less expensive laptop or tablet.'
'Internet connection is a must for full experience.'
'Lost a little of its charm, visually.'
'Very portable, strong improvements over last gen Chromebooks software and hardware, fast OS'
'Isn't for everyone.'
'Bright, pleasing matte display'
'Quick to boot and easier to manage'
'Suffers from the general sluggishness'
'Improved speed, Fast boot up'
'Expensive for its features and abilities'
'Lightweight, easy to use, SD card reader, big trackpad, comfy keyboard'
'Fantastic first outing for Chrome OS'
'Design is fashionable and functional'
'Looks like a toy, Thick and bulky'
'Heavy with mediocre battery lfe'
'Not offering the light weight and low cost'
'Welcome options include an HD display and a touch screen'
'Producing a bright, clear picture and crisply rendered text'
'Rugged build, Higher-resolution matte screen'
'perfect secondary or travel laptop'
'Small keyboard not suited for adult hands.'
'Decent battery life.'
'the Eee feels fantastically snappy in use.'
'Touch is good for tablet-style systems, but the 900's display doesn't swivel around that way, and we just prefer using a touchpad than reaching up for the screen.'
'The back of the unit is similar to the front profile, clean with only the power port for charging.'
'the ThinkPad X300 proved more than adequate for typical business productivity tasks, including Web surfing, media playback, and running office applications.'
'ultra thin notebook'
'Whether you're afraid of dropping your laptop at the airport or accidentally spilling some coffee on the case, the X300 is built like--and resembles--a black box recorder.'
'The ThinkPad X300 uses the new Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100 dual core mobile processor'
'Whether you're afraid of dropping your laptop at the airport or accidentally spilling some coffee on the case, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is built like - and resembles - a black box recorder.'
'Another reason we’d be happy to use the X300 as our main computer is its speed.'
'Extremely thin and light'
'the ThinkPad X300 is truly unique in its balance of portability and usability.'
'One of the ThinkPad's most remarkable features is on its right side -- a super-duper-slim, swappable DVD±RW burner.'
'Mobile classroom Connoisseurs are well acquainted with Dell's Latitude series, which represents the class of solid business notebooks with good expansion options.'
'durable, ultraportable laptop'
'Long battery life.'
'remarkable battery existence'
'As regular readers of WorksWithU are aware, I recently purchased a Latitude 2100 netbook from Dell and am pretty happy about it.'
'The fellows over at Laptop Magazine have been lucky enough to get their hands on a sample of Dell's latest netbook, the Latitude 2100.'
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