Before you go through this, kindly go over my unboxing supposing you missed it. That way you can have your first impression. I’ve intentionally used this all the time since it arrived so I can produce the review quickly. So it’s been less than a month now. I’ll be sharing here only the highlight under the product description. Be reminded that this isn’t a sponsored content. Same with the rest of my reviews. I’ll specifically declare when a content is funded. Legit! *coughs* How I wish! 😀
♦ Chrome OS
♦ Color: Platinum Silver
♦ Hexa-core processor
♦ 12.3″ LED Display (2400 x 1600)
♦ Quad HD display made of durable Gorilla Glass 3 with a 3:2 aspect ratio
♦ Brightness: 400nit
♦ 2GHz Speed
♦ Built-in Pen
♦ Google Play Store ready
♦ full-size keyboard and trackpad
♦ Maximum thickness: 0.55″ / Weight: 2.38lbs (1.07955kg)
♦ ENERGY STAR® Certified
♦ System Memory: 4GB
♦ Storage Capacity: 32GB
♦ Average Battery Life (in hours): 10 hours
♦ Spill resistant
♥ It’s indeed portable. Can be used as a laptop or tablet.
♥ It’s actually a bit wider than my old Asus Chromebook, but strangely lighter.
♥ The pen can be used in few ways, such as taking a screenshot, magnifying or unlocking the screen, etc. Doodling, sketching or personalizing a photo aren’t hard to do with this pen. I was kind of hesitant to use it at first because I’m used to using a mouse. Still getting the hang of it, though.
♥ comfy keyboard
♥ brilliant display
♥ A flash drive is totally unnecessary. All my files are safely hidden online. Virus free!
♥ I can still get things done using docs and apps in offline mode.
♥ The sound quality is more than fine so is the camera.
♥ Multitasking isn’t a problem!
♥ Millions of apps are just a touch away.
♥ The built-in wallpapers are stellar.
⊗ If used nonstop, battery life is only up to roughly 3~4 hours.
⊗ This only happened once, but I have this need to disclose it still. It suddenly froze up. Not quite sure if it was due to multitasking or after some apps were updated. But if I were to speculate, it was probably due to the latter.
It’s clear that my likes overpower my dislikes. I might actually have missed a lot more. I’ll leave them to you now. I surely recommend this to those who are up for portability and innovation.