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HP x2 11" Chromebook (128GB) $599 + Delivery ($0 C&C/In-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


$400 off for a tablet/laptop Chromebook. Been tossing up between this, the duet and the entry level iPad. Anyone have any recommendations?

  • Crisp 11" 2.1K (2160 x 1440) multi-touch IPS display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon SC7180 processor (1 - 2.4GHz)
  • 128GB eMMC storage with 8GB RAM
  • 4G network capabilities to stay connected on the go

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  • +1

    This has 4G

  • Anyone has any experience with these? Compared to any of the intel/AMD chips?

    • looked at a few reviews on this and the build quality is good but the processor is a let down and causes stuttering

      • Its really tempting for the 4g but I feel like that would annoy me

      • Yeah that sounds like a real dealbreaker for me too. I had a play on the Duet recently and it was a stuttery mess just browsing around and on YouTube. It doesn't seem like this is a lot better despite the price hike. Especially if 4g isn't that important to you.

        • Yeah I got a duet and was hoping this might be a good upgrade made me sad that this was an issue with the performance as looks great otherwise

    • +1

      I picked up one on the weekend. Linux apps are a bit slow compared to my Intel ChromeBook, but otherwise pretty good. I wish the keyboard was backlit and that it had a headphone jack. Almost looking forward to going to the CBD office on Wednesday to test the CAT19 LTE…

  • Chrome OS™11th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor8 GB memory; 128 GB SSD storage14" diagonal HD displayIntel® UHD Graphics

    • +2

      It does not have an Intel CPU. It's a SnapDragon 7c AKA SC7180.

  • Online states SD card reader, can anyone confirm this?

    • +1

      Yes, the micro SD sits in the SIM tray same as on most phones. I put a Samsung 512GB in mine, working fine…

      • Can you use the microSD and SIM at the same time, or is it one or the other?

  • +1

    I went and viewed one of these on the weekend. The specs are great for the price, but the ultimate issue was that Chrome OS and the processor are sluggish. The keyboard was fine. Another let down is that there's no USi pen included, but is included in global release. Super frustrating as this has been on clearance in parts of the states for around $250.

    The pen costs an extra 60-100 and isn't even the one that allows wireless charging.

    Just my two cents. I ended up grabbing a tab s7 fe as I didn't need a keyboard.

  • soc really lets this down, rumors say 7c gen 3 devices come out at the end of this year so I would wait if you really want a arm chromebook

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