Chromebooks are designed to use Internet apps to access software that lives primarily on the Web rather than inside the computer itself. You can create documents and spreadsheets and edit photos on a Chromebook using Google apps designed for these purposes, but Chromebooks do not run traditional PC software. Instead of storing your documents, videos and photos on your computer, you save them to Google Drive (Google’s cloud-based storage service) and you can access them from anywhere there’s an Internet connection. If you know you’ll want access to a file or photo offline, you can easily save it to the built-in SSD for offline access. Chromebooks are easy to use, and don’t slow down over time. They have built-in security, so you’re protected against viruses and malware. They come with apps for all your everyday needs, and keep your files safely backed up on the cloud. And with free, automatic updates, your Chromebook keeps getting better and better. The Samsung Chromebook’s dual core processor delivers exceptional performance and battery life in an ultra-slim package. And unlike traditional computers, it has no fan or moving parts, which means it stays cooler on your lap and runs silent. (Chromebook has gray skin on top lid)
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Samsung Exynos 5250 1.7GHz; 16GB SSD; 2GB DDR3
11.6″ LED display; 1366 x 768; Integrated Graphics
802.11A,802.11B,802.11G,802.11N; Bluetooth 3.0 + HS; Chrome OS
Non-Backlit Keyboard; No Optical Drive; 6.3 Hours Battery Life
Integrated Integrated Graphics