HP 14" Dual-Core Chromebooks w/Free 4G

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HP 14" Dual-Core Chromebooks w/Free 4G
Price: $209.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Jan 22 to Friday, Jan 23) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
12/26/2014 - $209.99 (Woot-off) - Click To See Discussion (2 comments)
12/16/2014 - $209.99 - 229.9 - Click To See Discussion (59 comments)
10/31/2014 - $209.99 - 229.9 - Click To See Discussion (31 comments)

I’ve got one of these, ordreded it from woot. I’m pretty happy except that the wifi does not always seem to work after coming out of sleep mode. I have to turn off the wifi radio and turn it back on again.

All I will say is that I love my chromebook that I got off Woot. Use it every day.

I almost wish I didn’t already own one of these, this is a great price.

If this had a backlit keyboard, it would be just about perfect. My Windows desktop sits idle these days, with the exception of running some virtual machines so I can use photoshop, illustrator, and the like from my Chromebook.

That’s a ChromeOS issue. It’s been fixed in beta release which should go stable in the next couple of weeks.

Same here. Glad fix is coming.

Is there a model number for this? I’d like to get it a hardcase for it.

Me too. It’s a lovely little machine – I got the coral a few months ago & it’s my daily living-room lap-surfing companion.

What is the cost of the additional on the fly data?

Got one last fall and it’s fast and capable. The memory is non-expandable, but with 4GB of RAM, you can run Linux (Crouton or Crubuntu). The Haswell CPU has low power consumption, so the battery lasts a long time on a charge. The display is OK but glossy, so you’ll see reflections in bright surroundings. Chromebooks aren’t for everyone, but it’s a good choice for someone who mostly just needs to check email, visit websites, etc. It was simple to activate the HSPA+ on T-Mobile, but it’s easy to exhaust the free quota (200MB/month).

Yet another reason I love mine. OS update coming, and I don’t have to do a darn thing. Keeping the family’s various Win7 computers up to date is way too tedious and time-consuming.

the 4g data plan is free. no strings.

DO you get the 100 free GB storage from google with this chromebook?

On some of the prior sale discussion threads that are linked above, people discuss the cost of addtional data (above the monthly allotment). I don’t know first-hand, haven’t needed to add any so far.

I love mine and use it every day for the past 6 months or so… when my daughter isn’t streaming youtube on it that is.

I understand the 200mb is free. The write up mentions being able to buy additional data “as you need it when you need it” How much does that cost?

I smell a BOC and a shirt.woot break coming on…

what I just looked up –
500mb/1day/$5
1GB/7day/$10
& more available.
IOW no need for a contract or plan.
I consider the 200mb useful for the occasional need or emergency, and the option to buy on-the-fly extra a nice bonus.

The 4G data is from T-Mobile so check their site for their pay-as-you go options. I use their free 200mb plan for my ipad and I’ve bought 1GB for $10 but its only a 7-day pass. I’m sure their website has more options.