Editors Liked

  • Solid and rugged, Comfortable keyboard, Long battery life
  • IPS touchscreen panel with edge-to-edge glass, MilSpec tested, rugged glass-fiber plastic and polycarbonate chassis, Maintenance panel for direct access to battery, WLAN module, and system fan, Great colors and contrast, Responsive keyboard and large touc
  • Superb keyboard, Ruggedized construction, Great IPS touch screen, Yoga contortions for those who want them
  • Wellconstructed, extremely durable, exceptional keyboard and trackpad, outstanding IPS display, touchenabled screen, converts into standsupported slate or fully flattened tablet, solid performance
  • Best in class keyboard, Excellent trackpad, Touchscreen, Versatile design that functions in tablet, tent and stand mode, USB 3.0, Powered USB 2.0 that charges even when computer goes to sleep, Fullsize SDcard reader and HDMI, Rugged build

Editors Didn't Like

  • Expensive, Heavy, Keyboard buggy when flipping modes
  • Glossy display difficult to see outdoors, No integrated WWAN or GPS options, Thicker and heavier than other 11.6-inch Chromebooks, A bit more expensive than competing models, Battery not easily replaceable, No DisplayPort or Ethernet ports, Fingerprint ma
  • Severe sticker shock, Slightly heavy
  • Somewhat clunky and heavy, lowerthanaverage battery life
  • Too much screen glare, Only 2GB of RAM, Last generation Intel Celeron N2930 Bay Trail Processor, Heavy