The $149 Hisense Chromebook is affordable, useful too
Can it get any cheaper? Not sure. But this is a product that is going to satisfy at not just being far too affordable, but also a great value for money product. The Hisense Chromebook that was announced just the other day is already up for grab at Walmart.com.
It is incredibly cheap and cost as little as just $149. By the way you shouldnâ€™t expect an Appleâ€™s MacBook Air like experience this product. As a report rightly says that the extremely-low price is its most remarkable feature.
This is the cheapest that a computer has become thus far. This is going to be a very useful device for many schools, institutions and also people on a very tight budget. The chromebook comes with a MicroSD reader, USB-A and analog audio combo jack. This will look very good prospect for parents who want to give their kids something that when destroyed will not have huge financial impact.
Nonetheless this chromebook is more than decent. The bezel around the 11.6-inch display is thick, but that may be part of the reason why the lid feels so sturdy. Its video playback quality is surprisingly good. The chromebook comes with a Rockchip Mali 760 quad core GPU. It is needless to say that the keyboard seems to be the cheapest-feeling part of the Hisense Chromebook. Its hard-plastic keys feel second-rate. It comes with 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and ports include one HDMI, two USB 2.0, and audio, plus an SD Card reader.