Asus C300M Review
With battery life that goes on and on, the Asus C300M is a lightweight laptop for people on the move. You’ll need to be a big fan of bright colours though.
Who’d have thought it? The Chromebook is all grown-up. Early reviews of these cloud-connected lightweight laptops were a little sniffy, but the Samsung Series 3 in late 2012 silenced much of that criticism. Now a new wave of bigger, better and bolder devices are coming through – still inexpensive, still portable, but with much more power.
The Asus C300M is such a device. With its dual-core Intel N2380 CPU, it has low-end specs for a laptop but more processing power than most other Chromebooks.
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It’s not the first to market with more screen for your money. In fact there are devices that have broken through the 1080p display barrier. The C300M doesn’t – but the design, specs, performance and price-point still make for a machine that’s worth a look. But a word of warning first, you may need to put on your sunglasses…
With a slim profile boasting a height of 20.3mm from lid to base, the fanless C300M has Ultrabook styling and Chromebook mobility. At 339mm wide and 230mm deep, the 13.3-inch screen is part of a trend towards larger displays. The first wave of 11.6-inch Chromebooks, like the now classic Samsung Series 3, are beginning to look like toys in comparison.
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