In terms of competition among its peers the Hisense Chromebook is a one of a competitive kind. This Chromebook has sufficient power that will help you get through with your work in a single day. It has a comfortable keyboard too. On the contrary, there are some issues with its speakers, the speakers does not deliver a high-quality sound, and because it is a small Chromebook the viewing angles are precise, and although it has a decent speed, it is still lagging behind Intel’s offerings. Other than that this new Chromebook is priced lesser.
Undoubtedly, with Hisense Chromebook you spend money wisely. Why pay more for the same performance, features, speed and specs when you can all get it in this Chromebook?
Hisense Chromebook a practical tool.
The Hisense Chromebook is ultimately for type of people that spend the majority of using the internet in a browser that is because this Chromebook is gearing a Chrome OS, for now this OS is dependable to what the web has to offer on this subject the Hisense Chromebook apparently can perform task for web browsing and get it done at a very affordable price that costs only $150 compare to its peers’ models that most price starts at around $250.
The Hisense Chromebook is built of utilitarian plastic minus the palmrest, since it is metal. Its thickness is measured at 0.6-inch and it weighs 2.3 pounds. It has a 1,366-by-768-pixel resolution and the screen is not a touch screen that measures at 11.7-inch.
Surprisingly, with this dainty Hisense Chromebook is a keyboard in full size; its keys are large giving you a comfortable and fine typing experience.
Ports and Connections
There is a pair of 2.0 USB ports that is located on either end of this Chromebook. HDMI outputs jack on the left, this particular port allows you to connect to a larger monitor or screen. On the right side is where you can find the headphone/ mic ports and the slot for misroSD card.
CPU from a certain Chinese Chipmaker
Google supports a Chinese Chipmaker for its endeavor to create low-end Chrome devices that is why the Hisense Chromebook is powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz Rockchip CPU that includes 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, however this storage is expandable because the Hisense has a microSD card slot that will handle storage expansion.
What is more in there about the Hisense Chromebook?
This Chromebook comes in 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity. Minus the Chinese made CPU the Hisense Chromebook can be compared to Samsung Chromebook 2 that costs $250 the two are almost identical that are priced differently.