ASUS Chromebook C202SA

ASUS Chromebook C202SA

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The ASUS Chromebook C202SA is an 11.6-inch laptop with 4 GB RAM, 16 GB EMMC storage, and Intel Celeron N3060 processor 1.6 GHz. This laptop runs on Windows 10 operating system.

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  • Adam Flores
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Designed by Amazon to protect and perfectly fit your Fire 7 (only compatible with 7th Generation - 2017 release) Slim design with built-in stand for hands-free viewing in landscape or portrait orientation Full-cover case with magnetic closure keeps the cover securely shut with easy access to buttons, ports, and cameras Automatically wake your tablet or put it to sleep by simply opening or closing the case Premium fabric with a microfiber interior to protect your screen and keep it clean"
  • Harry Ramos
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "Chromebooks have come a long since their inception and this one makes several nice leaps in form and function. With a manageable 12 inch touch screen, the response on it is dynamic and fluid. The CPU is fast enough for multimedia usage and apps run fast and steady. The 280 degree swivel is a nice feature to convert the laptop into a portable tablet if need be."
  • Charles Collins
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "The ASUS Chromebook C202SA is an ruggedized and water resistant 11.6-inch laptop. It features an Intel Celeron N3060 processor that operates at up to 1.6 GHz, as well as 4 GB RAM, and 16 GB EMMC of storage."
  • Philip Butler
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "This PC isn't a good solution for programming. It's a Chromebook so you're limited to basically Google Chrome. Most of your extra applications won't work at all."
  • Ann Johnson
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "I bought Asus chromebook for christmas gift and they love it. It has 16 G storage which is great for the price."
  • Ismael Galicia
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "This Chromebook offers excellent value for the price, if it does what you need. The build quality is very solid, the screen image quality is quite good for its size, the keyboard is comfortable enough for touch typing, and the N3060 CPU is powerful enough to handle most net-centric activities If that's all you need to do when you're on the go, it's hard to beat the price on this machine!"
  • Gregory Graham
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "What is this laptop supposed to be for? Mobile email checking? I can do that on my phone. I mean, sure I guess this gives me a near full sized keyboard, but is that worth the price for what I'm paying to give up? No battery life, no CPU power to churn on any real programs, no graphics, no great screen, and not nearly enough memory to keep from having to disc swap every time I change windows. Thanks but no thanks, that's for sure. I'll be returning this, and getting a real computer."
  • James Wright
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "I find Chromebooks, and this one in particular, to be just awesome for coding. Super low price, incredibly portable, and still enough power to run just about any type of coding operation. Only downside is you have to toss linux on it yourself, but not a huge deal."
  • Bobby Scott
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "Add: Designed for rugged use with reinforced rubber guards, easy grip handles, and a spill resistant keyboard Can open/edit MS Office files using free embedded QuickOffice editor or Google Docs, and can download Microsoft Office Online (an online version of Microsoft Office) for free. Up to 10 hours of battery life. "
  • Kyle Perry
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "This is a very solid feeling unit, unlike many inexpensive Chromebooks. All the reviews are spot on about performance and battery life. I take exception to the comments about this unit (or any Chromebook) being "limited." Google "install Ubuntu on Chromebook" and follow the instructions, and you will have a fully functional Linux computer."
  • Ethan Cunningham
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "This thing is really solid for a laptop at this price range. Sure it's not going to allow you to stream games, or do anything that requires real power, but if you're just looking for something to browse the web with and do some normal use, this is a great candidate."
  • Thomas Roberts
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Whenever you hand a laptop to a child, you can expect that they're going to drop it, and in many cases, it may not survive. The $199 Asus Chromebook C202 ($229 as tested) will help kids avoid that fate, thanks to its durable chassis that's designed to take its fair share of bumps and bruises. Beyond the C202's rough-and-tumble exterior is an excellent keyboard and a battery that lasts over 8 hours on a charge, making it a strong choice for elementary schoolers or anyone who might let it slip."
  • Ashley Dean
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "This is lightweight, the battery is fantastic. However, that being said, I strongly dislike the keyboard. It's missing some basic keys everyone has gotten so used to using. I mean, who wouldn't want caps lock??"
  • Yan Xiong
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "This is not a high RAM laptop. It is a small Chromebook with a very limited hard drive. This is a computer that is good for a kid or something on the go but I would not buy it to use for a work computer. Very limited."
  • Ralph Sims
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "This ASUS Chromebook is not the laptop you'd want to buy for programming, let alone one of the best. There are just too many limitations on what a Chromebook can do, and programming on one just isn't something you're going to want to even try on the platform. Save some money, and look elsewhere."
  • Brandon Lawrence
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "If you like slim laptops, this is for you. It works really nice and cool."
  • Eugene Crawford
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This laptop is pretty great. I used it when I was in college, and it's still holding up fine."
  • Peter Bowman
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "The ASUS Chromebook C202SA is a nice little machine that runs on the Chrome OS, not Windows 10 as stated above. As far as programming goes, it depends. I can write code on any machine running under any OS. The code is just a text file. Compiling it and running an executable is an entirely different matter. The program really should be developed on the platform for which the end product in intended. If I wanted to develop a program for the Chrome OS, this machine would do well."
  • Russell Lee
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "ASUS Chromebook C202SA is good for traveling and keeping yourself entertained. I loaded some movies onto it and some music and audiobooks and its nice to keep in my backpack or book bag so I have something to do on long bus rides. "
    Olivia Barnett
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "You won't find a much better laptop at this price point. I like the rubber grips on the bottom. It's great for kids and clumsy folks in general. Browsing the internet is smooth and connects quickly. "
  • Willie Young
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "A lot of people have chuckled lately when I've gotten this computer out to bang out some code, but once they've seen what it does, the scoffing goes away. It's a ruggedized machine which means it's not going to get banged up in the field. The description says it runs Windows 10 but it's actually ChromeOS -- and that's fine with me."
  • Andrew Ellis
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "beginner laptop with water resistant design. window 10 with enough power for your daily usage with affordable price"
  • Harry Chapman
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "My daughter needed a laptop to do her school work. I thought about getting the expensive and powerful MacBook Pro and the Air versions of it, but was surprised when she told me she wanted an ASUS Chromebook. Her friends had apparently had this nice little laptop and so she was following their trend. No problems here. The ASUS Chromebook C202SA was the laptop she wanted and the one I got for her. It's pretty inexpensive and for what you get I think it's a pretty good package. This laptop is nice and compact. Ultra light in my opinion too which makes it suitable for her to carry to school. It comes with an Intel Celeron but for what she's using it for it does an admiral job. I was thinking of getting one for myself too since my old Dell is on it's last legs."
  • Richard Thompson
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "A developer laptop? The ASUS Chromebook C202SA? A Chromebook isn't the first thing I thought of when I thought "developer laptop," but I went in anyway, disregarding that Chromebooks have such limited functionality. I could do a lot for the Chromestore, but not much else. I wouldn't recommend, unless you are developing for the Chromestore."
  • George Arnold
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "Great little device for graphic designing. I only use the ASUS Chromebook C202SA for designing artwork for screen printing, and find it to perform as well as much more expensive units."
  • David Dunn
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Very sturdy - I've dropped it many times and the worst that has happened is the rubber edging will have to be popped back into place. Simple as that and it feels totally firm and solid once it's back in place. It's great to not have to treat your laptop like the slightest bump could damage it."

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