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Lenovo C340 11.6" 2-in-1 Touchscreen Chromebook $399 (Was $549), Chromebook S340 14" $399 @ Bing Lee / eBay


Chromebook C340 (11") brings everyone’s favorite Chromebook features in a slim 2-in-1 chassis, running on speedy Intel® processing and Chrome OS, that updates automatically, and is protected by built-in virus protection. Smaller than a piece of printer paper with a long lasting battery, this Chromebook is built to go anywhere.

Is now only $399 usually $549 also available on the Bing Lee Ebay Store

If you want a 14" Chromebook there is also $100 off the Lenovo S340 Chromebook. Now also $399

  • 14 inch 1080p LCD / No Touch
  • Intel Celeron N4000 with 4GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC drive and MicroSD card expansion

Recommended to purchase on eBay to take advantage of the eBay Spend and Save offer. Offer expires 21 November

Chromebook C340 $369. Expired deal posted by lyl

Chromebook S340 PLENTY100 coupon code to buy it for $369, with free shipping for eBay Plus or store pickup

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  • These were available for $369 from Bing Lee Ebay sale recently. Surely you could at least match that

    • This is also from Binglee and i don't think OP is associated.

      • OP is correctly associated.

  • still cheaper at bing lee Ebay

    • Oh right promotion is still on.
      So this is a dupe then

  • +2

    Once these are offering something beyond EMMC storage I will definitely get one. I basically remote deslptop to my home PC 90 percent of the time now already with Parsec.

  • +2

    I think this is a recent price drop, and not a deal, as I can't see the item being listed in the promotions section on the Bing Lee website. The website isn't advertising that this is a reduced price either.

    Officeworks have it for $397

  • Are these easy to take notes on via a stylus?

  • I am new to Chromebook. What apps can you use as alternative to Microsoft Office Word and Excel ?

    • https://support.office.com/en-us/article/how-to-install-and-...

      You can continue to use it. It isn't as feature rich as the Windows version, but most users won't notice as they don't use 90% of the features of the products.

      Alternatively the Google productivity suite (docs, sheets, slides, etc can be used)

  • I have a chromebook for over 2 years and it is still running smoothly. Google play store was under deverlopment and now it is available widely. The fact that it can now run android apps and linux (beta) is a plus. Now I can run visual studio code on a chromebook. If Microsoft supports chromebook to run a windows emulator that will be great - technically it is possible. I found that my chromebook got slowed down when linux beta and visual studio code is running in the background. Probably 8GB is needed for better performance.

    If you do not like to carry power adapter with your macbook or windows laptop - chromebook will be your friend. It will work from 9 to 5 (actually 9 to 6) continuously without power plugged in.

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