ASUS Zenbook UX305LA 13.3-Inch Laptop (Intel Core i5, 8GB, 256 GB SSD, Titanium Gold) with Windows 10 Ideal

I purchased this ASUS Zenbook UX305FA-ASM1 a week ago, and nothing is a major con about this laptop. If you read the specs, all speak for themselves, it runs fast and very responsive.

Prices changes everyday, got it best on this place.

After using this ux305fa-asm1 for a while, these are my thoughts.

The minor negatives

The RAM is soldered to motherboard, which means, not upgradeable.

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Asus C300ma-edu Chromebook 13-Inch 32GB SSD 4GB RAM

I have a 15 inch laptop that I used to bring whenever I go to college, however, I recently purchased this ASUS Asus C300ma-edu Chromebook to be an alternative. I decided on a Chromebook because I am using Google’s productivity apps like Google docs, drives, sheets, etc, it’s just the perfect OS to run these apps daily.

Bought it here since it’s less.

Every day, since I purchased it a few weeks ago, I always have this Chromebook in my class, and haven’t found big complains about it. I will try going through for the bad and the good.

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Toshiba CB35-B3340 13.3-Inch Chromebook 2 Isn’t The Fastest

This Toshiba CB35-B3340 is an upgrade of the previous Toshiba Chromebook early 2014 model.

I know some people complains about not being able to run Windows programs on this Chromebook, therefore I strongly recommend you to understand what you are going to get before even consider buying a Chromebook.

If this will be the first time using a Chromebook, you can download Chrome browser on your computer, be it Windows or Mac, to see what you can do with a Chromebook – it’s like doing computing jobs with only your Chrome browser and its store.

You are certainly going to need some times to get used to your first Chromebook. The difference between a Chromebook and a tablet or laptop is the storage. Tablets stores your files mostly in the device, while Chromebook can store them in the cloud.

With a purchase, you will get 100 GB free for 2 years period of time, which is big enough if you want to save your files in the cloud. Also, ability to access internet is a must if you want to use Chromebooks comfortably, though working offline will still work, like working with Google’s docs, etc.

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