Lenovo 14" IdeaPad N42-20 Chromebook

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Lenovo 14" IdeaPad N42-20 Chromebook
Price: $139.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Wednesday, Apr 12 to Monday, Apr 17) + transit
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Can the hard drives in these be upgraded to larger ones? And can the RAM memory be increased to a larger amount, though 4gigs is good and probably more than enough for a Chromebook (sure wish it had a quad core processor, though)?

When you want to go offroad with your computer, it’s best to do your own research. :slight_smile:

This will get you started:


No, it’s stuff you should know, or find out for customers. You are paid to do a job. I am not paid to have to dig to find things, often wasting precious energy for nothing (I am totally physically disabled).

In addition, this kind of information that I asked for should be common knowledge among you who are paid to provide answers to customers’ questions. If you can’t treat customers better than this, and answer their common questions that you should know about products you sell, then expect to lose customers.

I’m sorry but we have over a hundred computers for sale at any given time. We aren’t technical support.

I’m sorry that you’re unhappy with my answer but I can’t research every computer for every person that wants to upgrade. I did search out the support page that would give you the answers though.

Extremely poor customer service, and an extremely poor way to do business. Customers should be able to find out the answers to such common questions on the product page, without having to dig for them. I am sick of this treatment by businesses. Often the most common information that should be there, isn’t there, such as the maximum amount of RAM that the computers allow, and so on.

I understand that a lot of Chromebooks don’t allow upgrading of such things as hard drives and RAM, but that’s even more reason that customers need to know if they can be or not, information that should be commonly, automatically provided so we don’t have to go digging for it. No doubt some Chromebooks DO allow upgrading such things, at least the hard drives if not the RAM, but this information should be provided by the manufacturers AND THE SELLERS right off the bat without, again, having to go searching for it.

Please don’t bother to reply anymore. I’m fed up with your nothing but excuses. It’s bad enough that Amazon Prime, Woot customers have to pay full shipping even if they only buy, say, a $30.00 item. I realize that it’s an enticement to get people to spend more so they can get everything shipped for $5.00, but it’s considerably cutting into the savings on lower priced items when people can’t and/or don’t want to purchase higher priced items at the same time (I’ve already received the “excuse” for this from “customer ‘service’”, so please don’t bother repeating it; and, as I already said, please don’t bother to reply at all).

Many if not most of the things on Woot aren’t really a deal, or a substantial deal, though they may appear to be to the less discerning, and thus are a ripoff, so Woot really is full of typical poor business practices and “shenanigans”, thus Woot is quite overrated, and is encouraging me and undoubtedly many other people to not be, or to be less of, a customer with them. But, contrary to typical business claims to the contrary, you don’t really care.

Once more, please don’t bother to share any more of your rationalizations and/or false assertions.