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Acer Chromebook 14, 14" HD, 4GB , 32GB with Sleeve $179 @Walmart.con


Intel Atom x5-E8000 Quad-Core Processor (Up to 2.0GHz)
14" HD ComfyView (1366x768) Widescreen LED-backlit Display
4GB LPDDR3 SDRAM Memory & 32GB eMMC
802.11ac WiFi featuring MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz)
3-Cell Li-Polymer Battery (3950 mAh), Up to 12 Hour Battery Life
100% Aluminum Chassis
Includes Protective Sleeve

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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366 [google.com]
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
I would say 18 months is about the life I would expect out of a $180 laptop.
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Lenovo 14w only 129, it's regular PC with Windows 10 pro and 64gb storage. This one's value should be below 100
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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
Maybe stupid but I'm still using all my 2012 Acer C710s with 1007U processors in them even though they stopped getting updates about 2 years ago. They function just as well as they ever did and I haven't had any security issues as far as I know. Might think different if my bank account gets drained tomorrow!!!SmilieSmilie
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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
Thank you. Your post and the link included is helpful for me, as I wasn't aware of the support endlife on Chromebooks.
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Chrome OS vs windows memory and processing power usage look it up 🤣
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Chrome OS vs windows memory and processing power usage look it up 🤣
This. I use a 2018 MacBook Pro, a 2017 Surface Pro, and a 2012 Acer Chromebook with 2gb RAM, and they all power up and browse the Internet at about the same speed. I've installed Neverware (Chrome OS-based) with success on older machines, and it makes me wonder what the hell is going on with Windows.
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This. I use a 2018 MacBook Pro, a 2017 Surface Pro, and a 2012 Acer Chromebook with 2gb RAM, and they all power up and browse the Internet at about the same speed. I've installed Neverware (Chrome OS-based) with success on older machines, and it makes me wonder what the hell is going on with Windows.
A whole lot of nothing going on with windows OS
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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
This is the definition of a helpful comment. Thank you!
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A whole lot of nothing going on with windows OS
I actually prefer the Windows user interface to the others, and I think it's the easiest to navigate, but their code is trash when managing resources. But, to each his own.
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Lenovo 14w only 129, it's regular PC with Windows 10 pro and 64gb storage. This one's value should be below 100
What Cabos sez.
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Decent specs + metal case for the price. Unfortunately, Google's support site lists the CB3-431 as losing updates as of June 2021, which is only ~1.5 years away.
https://support.google.com/chrome...er/6220366
The support site says CB3-431-12K1, which it not the same as CB3-431, but the extra digits are usually to signify a difference in system config, and in this case, the bundle.

I suspect we'll be seeing a ton of <$200 Chromebooks this holiday season that lose updates in <2 years. For those who want a Chromebook that will last the full 6.5 years (or at least 5 years), I would suggest you look at the support site and choose a Chromebook with an expiration date that matches your needs. An ASUS C204 or HP EE G7 will give you slightly lower specs and cost more ($250), but will give you support until 2025, which may be more important to you. (it was for me)
Thanks for heads up!
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Lenovo 14w only 129, it's regular PC with Windows 10 pro and 64gb storage. This one's value should be below 100
Windows 10 Pro in S Mode! It is a big difference. Windows 10 in S Mode is a more limited, locked-down Windows operating system. In S Mode, you can only install apps from the Store, and you can only browse the web with Microsoft Edge.
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