|Screen Size||23 inches|
|Processor||1.7 GHz Celeron 3215U|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
ASUS CHROMEBOX2-G095U Mini Chrome OS Computer
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Powered by Intel Celeron 3215U Processor to deliver the best performance for Chrome OS
- 2GB RAM and 16GB NGFF M.2 SSD for instant Boot up
- Dual-band Wireless-AC connectivity for streaming HD media and seamless web surfing
- HDMI and DisplayPort for Dual Display support
- Lightweight, small form design that supports VESA mount
|This product has a serial number that uniquely identifies the item. Should your order go missing before it arrives, Amazon may register the serial number with loss and theft databases to prevent fraudulent use or resale of the item.|
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers also shopped for
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Easy out-of-the-box setup, integrated virus and malware protection and feature-enhancing updates, ASUS Chrome box starts up in seconds to get you to your favorite websites and apps instantly. It houses a processor powerful enough for ultrafast multitasking performance and the connectivity options to choose your own screen size, connecting to multiple displays at once and even attach to any VESA-mountable monitor or HD TV.
Showing 1-4 of 17 reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Update: It's been a little less than a month and the freezing up has become a bigger irritant. It freezes on pages with lots of content like TMZ or allrecioes. I thought I could overlook it as all I had to do is restart it and it was fine for a few hours. The re-start process was so much faster than with Windows I thought I could live with it but then thought that was silly. So I called Asus and they went over some things and that worked for a little while but then it was back to freezing up. I had 3 days left before I could return it to Amazon so I called Asus again and they wanted me to send it to them and they would fix it and send it back. They said it would take about 2 weeks. Amazon could have a new one to me in 2 days so I decided to return it. I will add another update after I have used the new one. Even with these problems, I really wouldn't like to go back to Windows.
I put the latest Ubuntu on this box, from a USB stick. Now I have a lightning fast, (tiny, almost silent!!, ~$400) home server for all my personal coding projects.
The pros: Chrome OS is very fast, virtually immune to malware, The box itself is super quiet with the SSD, I don't need to turn it off (and even then it boots in about 7 seconds), very small (comes with 6" VESA mount for back of TV or monitor), and is very versatile with lots of sockets and slots for whatever you need to plug into it.
The cons: This box really only wants to play nice with online content, be it cloud storage or streaming. It is somewhat clunky and uncooperative with my external HD. I had noticed on my PC that Spotify displays local files, and I thought that it would work on the Chromebox with an external HD. It doesn't. The Chrome OS version of Spotify has no such option for local files. In addition, I haven't yet attempted to use this as a photo album either. I'm sure that will be an adventure as well.
I really like the Chromebox and I've gone all in on Google with the Home, Mini, Chromecast audio, etc. So I investigated further and found a workaround for my music issues. I switched from Spotify to Google Play Music (surprise). Same price, same selection (as far as I can tell), and I can upload 50k of my own songs for free and have them anywhere I can log in.
I don't know if I'm 100% satisfied with my selection though. Had I known about the external HD issue I probably would have bought a similar Windows machine instead. I did read many reviews indicating that Windows 10 was a huge memory hog with the constant updates maxing above the 4GB limits, and people were talking about partitioning, etc. - so I'm glad I don't have to deal with any of that. For the price, not too shabby.