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Refurbished Lenovo ThinkPad X131E Grade B Chromebook Intel Celeron 1007U (1.5 GHz) 4 GB Memory 16 GB SSD 11.6" Chrome OS $69.99 after rebate

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Please edit the title to reflect this is refurbished.
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Please edit the title to reflect this is refurbished.
Done. Thank you bro.
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a Chromebook with a 5-year-old processor?
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Updates to this Chromebook are scheduled to expire this June:

https://support.google.com/chrome...0366?hl=en
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a Chromebook with a 5-year-old processor?
Believe it or not, that processor scores a higher benchmark (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 1399) than most the processors included in current Chromebooks, e.g. the Celeron N3060 @ 1.60GHz (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 993). $70 for a basic laptop with Lenovo's trackpoint and a 90-day warranty does actually seem like a pretty good deal.
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Got it for my work esp it has ethernet port and solid processor. With Chase visa the warranty is extended to 6 months. No Brainer.
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good price, but too fat Smilie, and the battery could be a problem
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good price, but too fat Smilie, and the battery could be a problem
Like, not enough juice for extended use?

Or this particular battery is prone to failure?
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Believe it or not, that processor scores a higher benchmark (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 1399) than most the processors included in current Chromebooks, e.g. the Celeron N3060 @ 1.60GHz (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 993). $70 for a basic laptop with Lenovo's trackpoint and a 90-day warranty does actually seem like a pretty good deal.
Can I swap the hard drive with a bigger one and install Linux on it? Thank you.
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must buy a solder iron before even think about upgrade.
the thing fail from design, i woodent buy it even for 10 usd...pure e-waist
Thank you for the information dude!
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Believe it or not, that processor scores a higher benchmark (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 1399) than most the processors included in current Chromebooks, e.g. the Celeron N3060 @ 1.60GHz (PassMark [cpubenchmark.net] 993). $70 for a basic laptop with Lenovo's trackpoint and a 90-day warranty does actually seem like a pretty good deal.
Yeah it's a low clocked Ivy Bridge cpu instead of one of the many Atom based CPU's they typically throw in these things.
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I have the Win10 version of this laptop - got it a while ago from another vendor for around $100. First of all, it's not a lightweight - it was built for education which means built for abuse. Makes it a good first laptop for your kids. And it does run better than the Atom-equipped tablets do, but it's not a speed demon by any means.

As for running Windows on the Chromebook version - you will probably have to hack the BIOS for that to work. I was able to easily swap out the HD in mine but YMMV on the Chromebook version.
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No refunds, only replacement.

No way.
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