ASUS Chromebook C300 (-DB01)
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This 13.3-inch Chromebook has some competition but thanks to a large battery should have great battery life. Like the ASUS C200 this is a well-built Chromebook with solid specifications. Performance isn't class-leading and the screen resolution might put some off.
ASUS Chromebook C300 Specifications
|Specifications (base version)|
|Model name||Chromebook C300|
|CPU type||Intel Celeron N2830|
|CPU speed||2160 Mhz|
|Graphics||Intel HD (Gen 7 Baytrail)|
|OS||Google Chrome OS|
||13.3" 1366 X 768||Touch Technology
|Battery capacity||48 (Wh)|
|Weight||1406g / 49.6 oz.|
|Size (w/h/d mm)||201/20/99.9 mm|
|Size (w/h/d inches)||7.9/0.8/3.9|
|Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
|SDXC (SDHC, SD Compatible)|
|USB 3.0 (x1)|
|No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)|
|Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
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ASUS Chromebook C300 News
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|ASUS C300 review by Small Business Computing||21/10/14|
|The ASUS C200 is the 11.6-inch version of this model.|
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