|Standing screen display size||13.3 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz celeron|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1.6 GHz|
|Hard Drive||16 GB Solid State Drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Chromebook - Celeron 3855U, 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Chrome
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|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|Human Interface Input||Touch Pad|
|Hardware Interface||Bluetooth, Solid State Drive, USB, SDXC, SDHC, Headphone|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
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- Intel Celeron 3855U 1.60GH, 2MB. 13.3" HD (1366 x 768); 720p HD Camera. 4GB Soldered DDR3 RAM; 1x16GB EMMC Hard Drive. Integrated Intel HD Graphics 510. Operating System: Chrome OS
- Processor: Intel Celeron 3855U 1.6GHz, 2MB Cache; Processor Core: Dual-Core; Screen Size: 13.3"; Aspect Ratio: 16:9; Resolution: 1366 x 768; Display Type: HD Anti-Glare LED-backlit; Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 510
- Memory: 4GB DDR3 (on-board); Hard Drive: 16GB eMMC solid state drive; Wireless: 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n 2x2; Bluetooth: Yes, 4.0; Card Reader: 4-in-1 reader (MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC)
- Battery: Integrated Lithium Polymer 3-cell (42Wh); Audio: Integrated HD Audio; Speakers: Stereo; Webcam: HD720p resolution, low light sensitive, fixed focus; Microphone: Integrated dual-array microphone; Keyboard: ThinkPad Chrome keyboard, 6-row, multimedia Fn keys
- Ports: USB 3.0: (2); USB Type-C: (2); Combo Headphone/Mic Jack: (1)
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|Product||ThinkPad 13 Chromebook|
|Processor||Celeron 3855U (2C, 1.6GHz, 2MB)|
|Graphics||Integrated Intel HD Graphics 510|
|Display||13.3" HD (1366x768)|
|WLAN + Bluetooth||Intel 7265 ac, 2x2 + BT4.0|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
Ultrafast USB Type-C Data Transfer Rate
ThinkPad Chromebook is equipped with two USB Type-C ports, for powerful and fast connectivity to peripherals. USB Type-C can charge your laptop or your peripherals and provides video and data I/O. The connector is also smaller – narrowing the gap between device and connector size – and reversible, meaning it doesn’t have to be oriented "correctly" to connect to the port.
Thin and Light Design; Long Battery Life
Starting at a mere 3.2 lbs (1.4 kg) and just 0.78” (19.8 mm) thin, this Chromebook is ultraportable – it’s perfect for productivity on the go. And with up to 10 hours of battery life, you can work a full day without recharging.
Tested to Military Specifications
Military-specification testing validates the ruggedness, durability, and quality of this Chromebook by conducting 12 tests.
Integrated 720p HD Webcam & Dual Noise-Cancelling Microphones
Enjoy superior web conferencing on your Chromebook, which includes a low-light sensitive 720p HD webcam with wide-angle viewing and face-tracking, dual noise-cancelling microphones with configurations for crystal-clear private and conference mode VoIP meetings, plus, convenient multimedia keys for quick and easy access to microphone, speaker, and camera controls.
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||RockyStone Electronics||Amazon.com||Amazon Warehouse|
|Computer Memory Size||4 GB||8 GB||8 GB||4 GB||4 GB|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Mediatek||Mediatek|
|CPU Speed||1.60 GHz||0||4.20 GHz||2.1 GHz||2 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1366 x 768 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||2256 x 1504 pixels||1920X1080 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels|
|Screen Size||13.3 inches||13.3 inches||13.5 inches||14 inches||10.1 inches|
|Hard Disk Size||16 GB||64 GB||128 GB||64 GB||0 TB|
|Item Dimensions||3.15 x 3.94 x 1.18 inches||12.2 x 8.1 x 0.5 inches||11 x 9 x 0.7 inches||12.82 x 0.82 x 9.15 inches||9.44 x 6.29 x 0.29 inches|
|Item Weight||7.20 ounces||2.33 lbs||4.00 lbs||3.30 lbs||0.99 lbs|
|Operating System||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS|
|RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||Unknown||DDR DRAM||Unknown||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Wireless Communication Standard||Bluetooth||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||—||802.11ac||801.11ac|
This streamlined Chromebook is designed to balance mobility and productivity for professionals, students, and educators alike. ThinkPad 13 Chromebook is built to pass 12 Military Specification tests for durability, so it can withstand the travails of the boardroom and the classroom – yet it’s still lightweight and features a battery that lasts a full work day. Ultrafast USB Type-C Data Transfer Rate ThinkPad Chromebook is equipped with two USB Type-C ports, for powerful and fast connectivity to peripherals. USB Type-C can charge your laptop or your peripherals and provides video and data I/O. The connector is also smaller – narrowing the gap between device and connector size – and reversible, meaning it doesn’t have to be oriented "correctly" to connect to the port. Thin and Light Design; Long Battery Life Starting at a mere 3.2 lbs. (1.4 kg) and just 0.78" (19.8 mm) thin, this Chromebook is ultraportable – it’s perfect for productivity on the go. And with up to 10 hours of battery life, you can work a full day without recharging. Tested to Military Specifications Military-specification testing validates the ruggedness, durability, and quality of this Chromebook by conducting 12 tests. Integrated 720p HD Webcam Dual Noise-Cancelling Microphones Enjoy superior web conferencing on your Chromebook, which includes a low-light sensitive 720p HD webcam with wide-angle viewing and face-tracking, dual noise-cancelling microphones with configurations for crystal-clear private and conference mode VoIP meetings, plus, convenient multimedia keys for quick and easy access to microphone, speaker, and camera controls. Key Features: Get reliable performance from the Intel 3855U Dual-Core 1.6GHz processor 13.3" HD LED-backlit display with 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity eMMC 16GB solid state drive for an amazingly smooth and fast computing experience 4GB DDR3 memory - For multitasking power Enhanced viewing with the integrated Intel HD 510 graphics Wirelessly connect to a Wi-Fi signal or hotspot with the built-in 802.11ac wireless connection Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3s players Chromebooks are automatically kept up to date, so you’ll always have the latest virus protection. Best of all, your Chromebook won’t slow down over time. Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is not available for this item A physical address is required for delivery. No Military or PO Box shipments available.
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1. 1366x768 resolution on a 13" screen is totally fine for her. She used my 1080p 13" right after her lower rez 11" died, and she complained things were too small. But actually, this rez at this size is working great for her. I wish it was an IPS instead of TN panel, but otherwise I don't think 1080p is truly necessary (for everyone) on a 13" panel.
2. The keyboard is fantastic. It feels great to type on and gives good feedback. The trackpad is also quite good.
3. It charges quickly via USB-C. I also feel like this helps future-proof it somewhat, since I see USB-C becoming ubiquitous in the near future.
4. It is quite zippy. The "U" line of Celerons are quite good, and between that and 4GB of RAM this machine never feels sluggish.
5. The machine feels well-built and has some nice touches I appreciate. The "i" in Thinkpad flashes red, both out the outside cover and on the inside near the trackpad. I'm sure this indicates something in particular (that the device is "on", maybe) but I just think it looks cool.
6. Here is the big minus and the reason I docked a star. The sound on this thing sucks. Plain and simple, it's bad. I imagine this is mainly due to speaker specs and placement, but there is no way to sugercoat it, if sound quality is important to you (out of the speakers) then don't buy this. My wife mainly uses earbuds when watching shows so this is not as big an issue for her, but it is definitely worth noting.
I purchased this device from Woot (via Amazon) and was happy with the $180 I spent on it. Hopefully it lasts longer than the C720 it replaced (to be fair, that thing ran fine for a couple years before I died, I'm just bitter because of the two C720s I purchased, neither work anymore). Even at full price, if full HD and decent speakers aren't important to you, this is a heckuva Chromebook for day-to-day use and should last a long time.
-Fast. I currently have 16 tabs open and I haven't experienced any slowdown at all.
-Has Bluetooth connectivity.
-Speakers are loud enough that you can listen to videos & music.
-Both ports are USB 3.0
-Well-built design & feel.
-Loads of smart features. Play around in the settings and you’ll see what I mean.
-Speaker’s aren’t the best quality. They aren’t bad by any means, but I’m sure most of us have been spoiled by our high end speakers and headphones. I’d suggest connecting them to speakers when listening to music or audiobooks and putting on headphones when you watch movies. I wouldn't recommend watch movies on this computer because…
-The screen quality isn’t good. Where as I would argue the speakers are actually pretty good, they just fall flat of anything you’d spend actual money on, the screen is just plain bland and isn’t really made for watching movies on. It works for my purpose of writing papers (and long Amazon reviews), but doesn’t really work for watching movies. Then again, why would you want to watch a movie on a 13-inch sccreen? There isn’t an HDMI port, but that is solved by getting a USB C to HDMI Adaptor or getting a Chromecast. More money, I know, but I absolutely love my Chromecast.
- Limited functionality. This isn’t my first rodeo and I know what I’m doing when it comes to computers. The fact is you won’t be able to do everything you can on a computer running Windows on a Chromebook. It's designed for internet usage (and not much else). I knew that before buying this laptop and it works for me because I only need it for writing papers/browsing the internet/ watching videos. Basic, light usage.
-The smart features I mentioned aren’t unique to this device. Any Chromebook has them.
-Limited on device storage. If you’re seriously considering buying this or any Chromebook, you pretty much HAVE to use Google Drive to make it worth your while. You do get 100 gigs included for 2 years with the purchase of any Chromebook, however.
Full Review: I bought this laptop because my Asus X401A (that I bought from Best Buy for $300+ tax 5+ years ago) has problems with its fan and I needed something for writing papers for school, which is much easier to do on a laptop than it is on the phone or tablet. I settled on this laptop because I wanted a cheap, entry-level laptop that lets me do everything I need to do. I didn't want to spend $800 on a laptop that I'm going to use less than my phone. Chromebooks are especially cheap when compared to laptops with similar specs that run Windows, and since I already use Google Drive to store ALL my files, I figured I would try out this Chromebook and see whether or not I like it. The only risk I had was me not liking it and having to return it, so with virtually nothing to lose, I took the plunge, figuring I still have my Asus to do anything that I needed to do within a Windows environment should the need arise.
I'm blown away by what $200 has gotten me because when I bought my laptop 5 years ago, it cost me $300, yet this $200 device has much more features (Bluetooth, better WiFi adaptor, better speakers, a sturdy construction). Granted, technologies become cheaper and more common as they age, but I'm still blown away by the fact that this fast,little $200 laptop has Bluetooth connectivity and I'm able to use it with other smart devices and my $300 Windows laptop does not.
I will touch upon a few things:
1) The screen is not the best screen like everybody has mentioned in their reviews. However, this is the same type of screen used by my previous laptop, so for me it doesn't make much of a difference.
2) I have no intentions of doing any type of gaming on this computer, so I'm not going to comment on its ability to run games
3) The keyboard is different than the keyboard that I had on my previous laptop. My previous keyboard was not a full keyboard (no number keys on the side), but it had all the keys that I used with frequency. My biggest gripe is that I've been in the bad habit of using caps lock every time I capitalize a letter and the caps lock key is located where the search key is on this laptop. So every time I want to capitalize letter, I accidentally open the search pane. The solution to this is to correct my keyboard typing habits to be what I should have been doing all along, which is use the shift key every time I need to capitalize a letter. There still is a way of turning caps lock on; it's just not as convenient as pressing one key because you have to press two keys simultaneously to activate it.
If you find yourself in a similar position as me I'm just need a computer to do basic internets and writing, I would recommend that you buy this laptop. I love it mostly because I had very real expectations of what to expect and I only plan on using it for basic interneting. If you need it for pretty much anything else, like running programs, I suggest you go out and look for a laptop that isn't a Chromebook.