|Screen Size||11.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768 Pixels|
|Graphics Coprocessor||PowerVR GX6250|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 Hours|
Lenovo 100E Chromebook 2ND Gen Laptop Computer, 11.6" HD (1366 X 768) Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB RAM, eMMC TLC SSD, Powervr GX6250, Chrome OS, Black (32GB eMMC)
|Type of product||Chromebook|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
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- Light portable rugged and productive The Lenovo 100E Chromebook is powered for teaching and durable for the classroom The drop-resistant design and water-resistant keyboard can face whatever students dish out
- The student-friendly design makes connecting easier than ever This Chromebook includes a front-facing 720P HD camera an 11 6-Inch HD screen with antiglare technology and 2x2 802 11AC Wi-Fi
- Weighing just 2 7 lbs This notebook Computer offers up to 10 hours* of battery life letting students learn all day on just one charge
- G Suite for education a suite of free productivity tools is included to allow students to share and sync seamlessly and securely Google classroom and popular education apps make digital education accessible enjoyable and manageable
- 4GB RAM Memory, 32GB eMMC TLC SSD
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Tough design easy budget When you need a rough-and-tumble device that withstands the rigors of the classroom the Lenovo 100e Chromebook (2nd Gen) won't disappoint This 11 6" device includes access to Google Classroom G Suite for Education and tons of other interactive learning apps for students and teachers What's more it fits a budget any school administration would love Manufacturer Lenovo Group Limited Manufacturer Part Number Brand Name Lenovo Product Line 100e Chromebook 2nd Gen Product Name 100e Chromebook 2nd Gen Chromebook Product Type Chromebook [Processor & Chipset] Processor Manufacturer Mediatech Processor Model MT8173C [Memory] Standard Memory 4 GB, 32GB SSD [Software] Operating System Platform Chrome OS Operating System Chrome OS [Battery Information] Number of Batteries 1 Number of Cells 3-cell [Power Description] Input Voltage 120 V AC 230 V AC [Miscellaneous] Package Contents 100e Chromebook 2nd Gen Chromebook Lithium Polymer Battery Adapter
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1. Solid build at an undefeatable price. Not many things you can do now for 110 bucks. A full tank gas for my SUV costs more than that.
2. USB type C port, SD card slot, and USB 3.0
3. 4 gigs of RAM is good though the 16gb memory is not enough, just insert $3 32gb micros sd card, it is much better than spend $100 more for a 64gb disk. With 20 bucks, we can make it 144GB. Why buy more expensive one. Besides, you have google cloud free for you.
5. Nice feel to the keyboard and track pad.
6. ARM processor that is optimized for the Google play store apps and runs much better than the Intel celerons you see in most low-end Chromebooks.
7. Great for travel. I wanted something I could put in my carry-on, perfect in size and 10 hours movie time on the flight. That is incredible.
You get a lot for the low price, it is hard to believe. I think the fair price for this one would be 150 at least. You can't really find those options within that price range. The only thing I wish it had was a touch screeon display. 1366x768 still looks sharp on an 11.6 in screen but it would be super cool if it is a touch screen. I would highly recommend this Chromebook.
Let me preface this by saying that I've had probably 8 or 9 different Chromebooks in my life, of varying sizes and price points. This includes 4 different 11-inchers I've used for various purposes. I'm comparing my experience with the Lenovo with that of those other 11-inch Chromebooks. Apples to apples, and all that.
It's such a tempting thing isn't it? For a hundred bucks you get a full fledged Chromebook, and it's even got 4GB of memory which is pretty much the minimum even for Chromebook.Should be at least "good enough", right?
But jeez this thing has probably THE worst screen of all time. Everything is washed out. Blacks are barely gray. Text is slightly blurry. You can force to resize the resolution within Chrome itself but no matter what, the quality of the screen is just awful.
Despite the aforementioned reasonable 4GB of memory, and a -in theory - acceptable processor (MediaTek MT8173C), it's a very sluggish machine. Even basic web browsing just feels slow, like it's fighting to pull up basic web pages. The WiFi radio appears to be a culprit as well, although I haven't run any real tests about that. Point is: even basics are slow with the 100E.
They keyboard is black and the key markings (letters) are very dark, so unless you're using this in a well-lit room, you better be a good touch typist. Except of course due to the mini size of this, keys may not be where you think they are. Everything is super cramped so even if you're normally a good touch-typist, you'll be missing keys. It's frustrating but this latter issue is not confined to Lenovo, it's a size thing.
What IS a Lenovo thing is the shoddy quality of the keys. Travel is weird (too high) and the keys FEEL like the cheapest plastic possible. Even for a machine that costs 100 bucks I expected more since it comes from Lenovo. But the keys on the 100E are the worst of all my 11-inch Chromebooks.
Of course there is no backlighting at this price point. No surprise, and many folks don't feel like they usually need one - but you really need it with a terrible keyboard like this.
The top lid is a fingerprint magnet.
The body is surprisingly thick and clunky.
I do love that it charges via USB-C and has 2 such ports.
For this price point you can't expect miracles, but honestly, it's so slow and sluggish, I wouldn't even give this to my 4 year old. (He has a 100 dollar Teqnio Chromebook from Walmart which is astoundingly good for the money, with far better screen, better keys, and faster performance)
It's too sluggish to even use as a security camera monitor. You can watch Youtube videos on it but with that awful screen, it won't be pretty.
I'm keeping this as a backup to my backup computers, maybe throw it in the back of the car (without being logged in to Google account, for security reasons) or maybe I'll give it to a homeless person or something (hey, free Wifi at McD+ this 100E + free time = next great American novel), but besides that I just can't recommend it. Not even for 100 bucks.
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My son loves it and it has the ports he needs for school. Easy to connect with your google account. These little conputers run great for years my other one is 7 years old and still solid for office style work.
Since, it was around black friday, I've decided to check various retailers, and saw this one on Amazon, so I couldn't resist and ordered it, even though the price seemed too good to be true!
Now, we've just received the device and had an hour to setup and use it, and wow, I'm really impressed by it. It's definitely faster than the Acer C720 it replaced, and everything seems great for the price.
Even though its a TN panel, the screen looks good, has plenty of brightness and the matte finish helps with glare.
The only thing I would consider a downside, so far, are the speakers which are located under the laptop, but otherwise I'm really pleased with it.
Computer is just fine works good