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# 214387 9-May-2017 12:58
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I'm looking for a decent one, not the overpriced, celeron driven, 1366x768, 2GB dross available in the shops these days.

Something with an i3/i5 like my Dell Chromebook 13. A Toshiba Chromebook 2, HP Chromebook 13 G1 or Lenovo Thinkpad 13 perhaps, although I don't remember having seen one of these in NZ.

 

Must have 4GB ram and a 1080p screen, preferably under 15".

 

Anyone have something they don't need anymore, or am I better off going through Amazon ?


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  # 1779360 10-May-2017 21:46
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Had similar idea like u as well. Just got a thinkpad 13 chromebook with celeron and hd screen. Planing to replace a fhd after market screen later.

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  # 1779362 10-May-2017 21:51
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Checkout CloudReady OS.

http://go.neverware.com/certifiedpdf

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