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:
https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/student-laptops/300e/p/88EL10S1024

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

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

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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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