Deal: Lenovo N22 Chromebook $129.99 - 11/2/16

Chromebooks by their very nature are designed to be affordable. While there is a price structure in place, with some Chromebooks costing more than others, the baseline performance and quality you can expect from the most affordable options is still excellent. Which does mean that whatever budget you are working with and whichever Chromebook you pick up, you can be assured of a very good Chrome OS experience. If you do happen to be in the market for a new Chromebook and would prefer to pick up an affordable Chromebook, at an even more affordable price than usual, then it is currently worth checking out an eBay deal on the Lenovo N22 Chromebook. This is one that you can find available from multiple retailers at around the $199 marker, although the current eBay deal has it priced at only $129.99.

In terms of the specs, the Lenovo N22 Chromebook comes equipped with an 11.6-inch display and makes use of a 1366 x 768 resolution. Inside, the N22 Chromebook comes packing 4GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and is powered by an Intel Celeron (N3050) dual-core processor. As well as Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1, this Chromebook comes equipped with USB 2.0 ports, USB 3.0 ports and a HDMI port. The battery included is one which is listed to offer up to 10 hours of usage before needing to be recharged again. So all in all, for a Chromebook which is currently available to buy at only $129.99, this is a deal worth checking out.

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