Asus Chromebook New Sealed C202S-YS02 11.6" Celeron N3060 1.6GHz 4GB RAM 16GB For Sale

Asus Chromebook New Sealed C202S-YS02 11.6


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Asus Chromebook New Sealed C202S-YS02 11.6" Celeron N3060 1.6GHz 4GB RAM 16GB:
$158

NEW. Sealed Unopened .

Introducing the ASUS Chromebook C202s, a Chromebook featuring a 180-degree hinge, spill-resistant keyboards, and reinforced rubber wrapped frames that meet the daily rigors and intense usage by students both inside and outside of the classroom. From note taking in class to sharing videos, the ASUSs Chromebook C202s lets you communicate, share and play seamlessly.

The ASUSs Chromebook C202s that combines the best of durability, ruggedness, and serviceability minimizes the downtime and creates more learning time.

  • Intel Celeron N3060 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.48 GHz)
  • Can open/edit MS Office files using free embedded QuickOffice editor or Google Docs, and can download Microsoft Office Online (an online version of Microsoft Office) for free. Cannot install standard MS Office software.
  • Storage : 16GB Flash Storage; No CD or DVD drive
  • 11.6 inches HD 1366x768 Anti-Glare Display
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life


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