Lenovo 300e 11.6" 2-in-1 Convertible Notebook

So you’re actually looking for Lenovo’s part number, not model number … which since I’m not staff, I can’t say for certain. All specs point to this, though:

The ram is noted as onboard, so don’t count on being able to expand it.

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Also last years’ Yoga at Woot had 128 gig memory. Not 64. And just to reiterate, this flash drive type storage drive is very slow. https://www.windowscentral.com/emmc-vs-ssd. The bandwidth is very limited compared to a SSD even though rated speed is similar.

Deal breaker: Celeron processor.

Didn’t get a part number but here’s the datasheet.

The memory is soldered onto the system board and is not expandable


It’s not the old Celeron processor, the new ones aren’t garbage


Take note, no Ethernet, only Wireless.

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I know they are better than they used to be, but even with the discount, I’d rather pay a little more for a Pentium. And I can spend $70 more and get an Intel Lenovo I3 15.6" notebook–even though it won’t be a 2 in 1 convertible. The CPU mark for this one is 1844.

If I’m not mistaken, this is already like 237.xx on Amazon…

What processor should I look for in a chrome book, sub $300?

It came WITHOUT THE PEN!!! WTH??? Disappointed

Hi there. Dig around in any packing and make sure it’s not there or in a compartment on the unit itself.

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