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Topic # 90835 30-Sep-2011 15:53 Send private message

Just got a Chrome Notebook here, for a week or so. Any good tips from other users here on Geekzone?

 




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  Reply # 528219 2-Oct-2011 11:43 Send private message

Which one. How is it going?



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  Reply # 528229 2-Oct-2011 11:54 Send private message

Samsung... Interesting.

Shame it can't access any local shared folders, so can't really play any content from LAN.







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  Reply # 528662 3-Oct-2011 18:40 Send private message

Disappointed with weight...

My HP dm1z (256GB SSD) weighs 1.510 Kg, and the Samsung Chrome (with "no storage") weighs 1.474 Kg.

I was expecting it to be a lot lighter.




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  Reply # 528682 3-Oct-2011 19:30 Send private message

Really?
The weight of an SSD (or even a 2.5"HDD) isn't a lot, so if they have similar screen and battery sizes I can't see they'd differ by much.

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