Samsung Chromebook 2 Review

Samsung was the first to release a truly great Chromebook with a thin and light design that made it highly portable. Now Samsung is back with their second design known as the Samsung Chromebook 2. This new release is a lot different from the first model and is designed to offer high performance, long battery life and a thin design at a much more affordable cost. The Chromebook market has changed a lot since the release of the first Samsung Chromebook, so now they are looking to make a big splash with the new Samsung Chromebook 2.

What About the Price?

The Samsung Chromebook 2 is priced at $319.00, which makes it a great buy. You get so much value for the cost, which is what Chromebook users are looking for most.  This Chromebook is slim and simple, but it has no glaring flaws, which makes it stand out in the current Chromebook market. For the price, you can’t go wrong with the Samsung Chromebook 2.

Solid Design

The overall design of the Samsung Chromebook 2 is nothing to be in awe of, but it is very solid. It is simple, sleek and lightweight, which is what Chromebook users seem to care about most. The plastic does not feel flimsy in the least and the sharply curved design also gives a bit of stylistic appeal. It offers a bit more than just the bare bones and since it is so durable, you definitely get more than you pay for. The well-built design of this Chromebook is one of its best features. It still offers the same high level of portability that came with the first Samsung release.

Screen Quality

This Chromebook features a 13.3 inch screen, which is fairly standard, but the screen is far superior to other comparable models. You can expect 1920×1080 resolution that helps this Chromebook jump to an entirely new class in screen quality. The screen keeps colors from becoming washed out and is so much more vibrant than other 13.3 inch screen Chromebooks on the market. The added resolution alone is good reason to choose the Samsung Chromebook 2 over other brands and models.

What is the Verdict?

The performance of this Chromebook is not really anything new, but it will meet your needs. The added bonus of a great sleek design and impeccable resolution is what makes the Samsung 2 standout.

Asus C300 Chromebook Review

Asus C300 Chromebook

When you are looking for the right Chromebook to meet your needs, there are a lot of things to consider from battery life to performance quality. The first Chromebook release by Asus has been highly anticipated and the Asus C300 Chromebook has not disappointed. The quality of software that you can get for the price is what makes this Chromebook really stand out from the other available brands and models on the market.

Here is a review of the Asus C300 Chromebook and all the features that it includes:

Affordability

Asus set out to produce a quality Chromebook that was still affordable for most consumers. The result is a price of $249.00, which is more than reasonable in the current Chromebook market. This options is backed by 2GB of RAM and about 16GB of storage. It also features a new Intel Bay Trail Celeron dual-core processor. The processor is not much more than average, but all specifications are fairly normal for a Chromebook in this affordable price range. The hardware and internals of the Asus C300 Chromebook offer nothing that will blow you away, but it will likely meet all your needs. At the price you can’t ask for much more.

Durable and High Quality

Even though the hardware and internals of the C300 are to be expected, the overall design is so much more than you normally can expect from a Chromebook in this price range. The faux metal plastic that the C300 features looks and feels real. This makes it look like a Chromebook that should be set at a much higher price range. The only downside of the metal plastic is that smudges appear fairly easy, which can be a bit of a nuisance. The overall build quality is excellent and it is durable, which means that it will last. The tight and solid design is much more than you could ask for.

Display and Speakers

The display of the Asus C300 Chromebook is fairly basic. It features a 13.3 inch display at a resolution of 1366×768. This means that the color vibrancy is not quit up to par with higher quality Chromebooks on the market. The only downside of the display is that the colors are a tad bit washed out.

asus c300 chromebook

acer c300 chromebook
Verdict?

If you are looking for a durable and well-built Chromebook with moderate specifications, the Asus C300 Chromebook is a great buy for you. It is affordable and should meet all of your needs.

Warcraft – The Story So Far

For ages, the fallen titan Sargeras plotted to scour all life from Azeroth. To this end, Sargeras possessed the human sorcerer Medivh and compelled him to contact Gul’dan, an orc warlock on the world of Draenor. There, Sargeras’ demonic servants among the Burning Legion worked to corrupt the once – peaceful orcs and forge them into a bloodthirsty army known as the Horde. This cursed force invaded Azeroth through the Dark Portal, a dimensional gateway created by Medivh and Gul’dan, and clashed with the human nation of Stormwind. Aided by the half-orc Garona, human champions like Anduin Lothar fought valiantly to protect their kingdom. Yet, in the end, the mighty Horde shattered Stormwind’s defenses. Amid the city’s tragic fall, Garona betrayed her allies and assassinated King Llane Wrynn, sealing the nation’s defeat.

For ages, the fallen titan Sargeras plotted to scour all life from Azeroth. To this end, Sargeras possessed the human sorcerer Medivh and compelled him to contact Gul’dan, an orc warlock on the world of Draenor. There, Sargeras’ demonic servants among the Burning Legion worked to corrupt the once – peaceful orcs and forge them into a bloodthirsty army known as the Horde. This cursed force invaded Azeroth through the Dark Portal, a dimensional gateway created by Medivh and Gul’dan, and clashed with the human nation of Stormwind. Aided by the half-orc Garona, human champions like Anduin Lothar fought valiantly to protect their kingdom. Yet, in the end, the mighty Horde shattered Stormwind’s defenses. Amid the city’s tragic fall, Garona betrayed her allies and assassinated King Llane Wrynn, sealing the nation’s defeat.