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|Available Memory Slots||None|
|GPU||Intel HD Graphics|
|Processor||Intel Core i7|
|Total Installed Memory||16 GB|
|Maximum Memory Capacity||16 GB|
|Onboard Memory||16 GB|
|Ports||2 x USB (Unspecified Version) Type-C|
|Audio||Integrated MicrophoneIntegrated Speaker|
|Media Card Slots||None|
|Weight||1.6 lb / .73 kg|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||8.0 x 11.5 x 0.3" / 202.0 x 290.9 x 7.0 mm|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|Solid State Storage||1 x 267 GB Integrated eMMC|
|Total Capacity||256 GB|
|Native Resolution||3000 x 2000|
|Maximum Brightness||400 cd/m2|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)|
|MU-MIMO Support||2 x 2|
|Webcam||User-Facing: 8 MP Photo|
|Watt Hours / Type||48 Wh|
|Maximum Runtime||10 Hours|
|Power Supply||1 x 45 W|
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Incredible display, Folio keyboard is innovative, Long-lasting battery life, Party-ready stereo speakers, Touch-friendly versatility
A bit too expensive, Lingering software issues, Drab design
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Good display and excellent audio, Ever-improving ecosystem
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Super pricey keyboard cover, Pen sold separately, Intel Celeron at entry level
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