Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6″ HD Display, MediaTek MT8173C, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Chrome OS, Blizzard White Electronics

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Brand Lenovo
Series IdeaPad C330
Screen Size 11.6 Inches
Color Blizzard White
Hard Disk Size 64 GB
CPU Model MediaTek_MT8127
Ram Memory Installed Size 4 GB
Operating System Chrome OS
Special Feature 2-in-1 Chromebook with a 10-point touchscreen
Card Description Integrated
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Get high performance when you need it – The Chromebook C330 boots up in seconds and features easy-to-use Chrome OS, plenty of memory and storage, and so much more
Sleek, stylish, and secure, this 360⁰ convertible laptop is less than 1-inch thin and about the weight of a hardback book, with an 11-inch touchscreen display that’s perfect for day-to-day computing and multimedia, on or offline
The Lenovo Chromebook C330 is easy to use, offers built-in virus protection and keeps going with long battery life. No setup needed – Just login with a Google account so emails, maps, documents, and photos stay with you via cloud storage
Built to connect, this notebook computer includes a variety of USB ports for effortless connectivity. Plus, stay in touch with the built-in camera. Bluetooth 4.2

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Computer Memory Size 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4.0 GB
Connectivity Technology 802.11AC (2 x 2) Wifi, Bluetooth 4.2 Wi-Fi Usb Type A, Usb Type C
CPU Model MediaTek_MT8127 Celeron N MediaTek MT8183 MediaTek MT8183
CPU Model Manufacturer MediaTek Intel MediaTek MediaTek
CPU Speed 2.1 GHz 1.60 GHz 2.00 GHz 1.6 GHz
Display Resolution Maximum 1366X768 pixels 1366 x 768 pixels 1366 x 768 pixels 1366×768 pixels
Screen Size 11.6 inches 11.6 inches 11.6 inches 11 inches
Graphics Coprocessor PowerVR SGX543 MediaTek Graphics Mali-G72 MP3 Integrated
Graphics Description Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated
Hard Disk Description SSD SSD Emmc SSD
Hard Disk Size 64 GB 64 GB 64 GB 64 GB
Hardware Platform Chrome PC PC PC
Human Interface Input Touch Pad Microphone, Touchscreen Touchscreen Touchscreen
Item Dimensions 11.5 x 0.77 x 8.48 inches 14.11 x 9.27 x 0.91 inches 11.5 x 8.48 x 0.77 inches 11 x 8 x 1 inches
Item Weight 2.64 lbs 2.76 lbs 2.65 lbs 3.00 lbs
Operating System Chrome OS Chrome OS Chrome OS Chrome OS
Processor Count 4 2 8 8
RAM Type Unknown DDR3 SDRAM DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 SDRAM
Wireless Communication Standard 802.11ac 802.11ac Bluetooth 802.11ac
Wireless Communication Technology Lenovo Wireless AC (2 x 2) + Bluetooth 4.1 Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

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Faster, simpler, and more secure, the Lenovo Chromebook C330 brings the latest Chromebook features to you in a sleek, stylish, and durable Blizzard White convertible design. With its seamless Integration with all your Google accounts, this notebook is built for collaboration – among family, in the classroom, or at the office. Offering the latest multimedia in high-definition, this convertible Chromebook features a 10-point touchscreen IPS display for easy viewing in tent, tablet, stand, or laptop mode. You’ll enjoy the latest streaming show anywhere you want to watch. Never slowing down and always up to date, The Lenovo Chromebook C330 offers the latest in digital security while delivering perfect day-to-day performance. Virus protection is built in, and your computer will update about every six weeks, when you have an internet connection. You’ll get the latest operating system updates automatically, so there’s no need to worry about keeping your software up to date. Part laptop and part tablet, This Lenovo Chromebook is perfect for a straight-forward PC to use at home, college students looking for a quick and lightweight solution for taking notes and streaming videos, or the busy on-the-go professional who needs access to all of those shared documents. What’s more, you can enjoy the best Google has to offer, standard on your Chromebook, with access to a variety of Google play store apps. The Chromebook C330 delivers powerful processing with integrated graphics, em storage, and DDR3 memory – all with up to 10 hours of battery life. At only 2. 64 lbs, it won’t weigh you down.

 

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10 reviews for Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6″ HD Display, MediaTek MT8173C, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Chrome OS, Blizzard White Electronics

  1. James M.

    Regarding Chrome OS. This is my first chromebook so I’m still learning, but so far I’m extremely impressed! It seems like the chromebook was the computer I’ve always needed but never realized I wanted! Marrying the pc experience to an android compatible operating system is magical. Although I’m apprehensive about this browser-based computing, I’ve found it very easy to save and edit documents offline so I’m still able to work on the go. I can also connect it to my android phone, send and receive text messages with it, emulate old school video games (GBC, NES, SNES, GBA, and NDS), connect it to my bluetooth speakers and blast some jams. I regret not making Chrome OS a part of my life MUCH sooner!Regarding performance. I’ve heard people say this processor is mediocre. I have to ask, what are those people even doing to arrive at the conclusion?! I have not once seen the slightest indication that this thing isn’t *completely* competent for daily needs. Incredible response time. No lag when scrolling. Minimal to no delay opening apps. Stunningly fast start up time. I feel like it’s a pretty outstanding performer, overall. Sure, it’s no high end gaming machine, but who buys a Chromebook looking for advanced gaming capabilities? The bottom line: you click; the computer responds instantly. Really, what more could you ask for?Regarding the build quality. It’s a bit bulky in its “tablet” mode and lacks the premium build materials of high end chromebooks, but it still looks and feels great – certainly better than any laptop PC I’ve ever owned! The white color is gorgeous. The size is perfect. The keyboard is comfortable and the touch pad is large and responsive. If you look closely you’ll see Lenovo coated the touch pad with a hefty clear coat to prevent wear and tear. As someone who immediately coats touch pads with contact paper to prevent damage, this is an impressive step, however inconspicuous to the average user. Additionally the hinge feels solid and smooth. The construction of the entire build just feels extremely sturdy. The monitor produces extremely sharp images with outstanding color. Although many people express dissatisfaction with the lack of 1080p and the larger bezels framing the monitor, I didn’t even notice! If you’re not planning to do professional photo editing, I doubt you’ll notice either. (Side note: If bezels really concern you, consider the experience of flipping this into tablet mode and walking around with it while working. Wider bezels in this situation result in fewer accidental screen taps from fingers that are curled around the edges holding it.)I absolutely recommend this chromebook. It’s a steal at this price point, and stands to replace my quad core, 8gb Windows 10 laptop for most of my computing needs. Sure, it’s not a 1080p monitor, lacks a backlit keyboard, and isn’t made out of aluminum, but goodness gracious if isn’t the coolest, most practical little laptop I’ve ever owned.It was even featured as one of the best chromebooks money can buy as of Feb 2019 by Android Police and Android Authority!!

  2. Anthony

    Overall, I would say the laptop is great. It is definitely worth the price of around $300. It is small, lightweight (although could be more), responsive, looks great, smells new after months, smooth to use, track pad is pretty good,overall good chromebook.I’m not really too much of a Tech person but grew up with computers in my 20’s mostly using it for school and personal stuff.I had it for a few months now so my beginning concerns aren’t the same as my latter ones. I’ll try to go over really quickly the basic beginning concerns I had then go through with my impressions with months of use later on. 1366 X 768 isn’t HD but it’s acceptable. Processing speed is 2.1 ghz, never had a problem or issue with lags. 4 gb ram is okay, probably wouldnt do 2 gb. 11.6 screen, I wanted something smaller so this is a plus to me. Bit heavy with 2.64 lbs for a small laptop but it’s okay, still my lightest one. internet connection is good and bluetooth use was good. Processor never had a problem with Mediatek. Convertible to tablet mode is a plus. Solid state so processes quickly which is a big plus. Battery life is great, I hate charging and finding an outlet, but this goes on for more than 8-10 hours, just doing school stuff, no videos. I would say I searched like crazy in the beginning. I wanted one main personal laptop and one small convertible laptop and this was the best convertible one I could find on Amazon. I compared like 20+ laptops over a week, I was really putting a ridiculous amount of time on it. But I had specific things I wanted in mine, like speed, aesthetics, smooth performance, and valued those more than other things. I wanted things to be really convenient.I have started using chromebooks more because they are inexpensive and very convenient to use. They aren’t too good for hardcore processing, but for school work or personal work, it meets all my needs. Whenever I use it, everything is pretty smooth and seamless. Start and shut down are almost instant. I have never had an issue with it’s use so far. I think for me, the biggest plus is the elegance. It makes everything very easy to use, it looks great, it even retains its new smell after some months with light use. My other laptops have poor track pads but this one is infinitely better. I don’t feel the need to use a wireless mouse as well. I ended up getting a screen protector for it for almost $20 because it was a touch screen. I like how it has a lot of features like hdmi cables, one usbs, even a memory card slot. I think for the price, it is definitely worth it. It feels like a very high end chromebook, although I generally wouldn’t pay too much for a laptop in general because I don’t need high processing. The buttons feel nice and smooth. There hasn’t been much lag or delay time. Updates are easy and smooth. Screen is nice to look at and the colors are great. There doesn’t seem to be much glare and it feels aesthetically pleasing. Yeah everything’s really nice with this.There are some things I don’t like about it though. Originally, I had planned to use this as a tablet part-time because I didn’t want to buy paper textbooks. I thought of using all of it on this chromebook, but it turned out to not be convenient because it was too heavy. I would use it on the train and my hands would almost immediately get tired trying to read. I would have to rest is down on myself, which isn’t a big deal but wanted something I could read ebooks and pdfs on conveniently. I don’t know if I will end up getting another one to serve that purpose. It also is a chromebook so it cannot download files and stuff. I don’t particularly like that because that stops it from being my main computer. I don’t like putting personal stuff on my drive, like my expenses or whatever even though it is irrational and I do it with some apps. Maybe I should, but the fact that everything is on my drive to see makes me feel a bit uncomfortable. I don’t mind that this computer cannot really do much without internet because I always have something saved on it. It has 64 gb of memory which I think is quite significant. I mean, if I couldn’t put anything on the drive, I wouldn’t feel that, but 64 gb + drive storage seems more than enough and I am trying to be a minimalist anyway. Yeah not that many cons.Anyway, I wanted a inexpensive laptop but this definitely performs up to par with most laptops. Never had a problem with it so far months into my purchase but did want something I could use as a tablet. Would definitely recommend. Definitely better than a lot of the stuff I grew up with that cost 3x more. Best laptop I could find and really pleasantly surprised overall in many areas.

  3. Groingo

    Renewed Lenovo C330 arrived in a huge box clearly marked HEAVY LOAD….someone had a sense of humor being that the whole thing weighed only 4 pounds and you could have put ten of these in boxes inside their big box!Opening the box the description had said it had cosmetic damage on the sides and gouges on the case, close inspection revealed no damage, it was MINT condition plus the moment I cracked the lid open it was already setting itself up and after a couple of minutes it was ready to go, (try that WINDOWS!) it had syncd itself from my other Chromebook!The main reason I bought the Lenovo Chromebook was to see first hand how it compared to the two Acer Chromebooks I have, the Acer Spin 713 and the Acer R13, both having a lot of aggrivating issues relating to OS integration.Acer both 713 and R13 had serious issues with poor sound loudness and quality, image quality is poor even though they were running over 2000 resolution, poor internet speed as both 713 and R13 kept switching to lower speed settings, while virtual keyboard settings in both Acer’s suffered from serious lag, and screen fragmentation, Bluetooth pairing was poor with continual drops and no restart if computer woke from sleep and slower overall performance on and offline if used as a tablet.Lenovo: Suffers from none of the above and excel’s in many areas starting with Sound which is LOUD, image quality even with a low 1366 resolution is tight, sharp, and vivid, internet speed stayed where you put it and is quick, virtual keyboard no issues, Bluetooth pairs easily and is ready after sleep with no drops, tablet performance no different, quick and precise.I agree with some other comments that this is a really handsome computer, the eggshell white with dark grey keys is a real eye catcher, that backed up by a great overall experience and I just noticed the price for these as renewed from the Amazon Warehouse has dropped, you will NOT be dissapointed!Now for the real twist: I have bought 9 different Chromebooks over the past couple of months to see if they had that something special that makes them indespensible and I must honestly say that my Fire Tablets 7 through 10 and ONLY the Fire Tablets are much more useful, easy to use, take a ton less space, have much broader uses, easier to take with, typically much higher video, image and sound quality and much faster on the internet and cost waaaay less but give you so much more, so the grand experiment is done and I will be finding some good homes for the Chromebooks.

  4. Adrian L.

    I bought this computer while on a trip to replace a different Lenovo computer that died while I was on deadline for an assignment while traveling. Fortunately, I was able to get this next-day Prime delivered to where I was staying in LA and began using it minutes after it arrived. To make this review easy, I’m breaking it down by main key features: display, keyboard, battery life, and build quality.Display: For the price, I don’t think you’re going to find one much nicer in terms of resolution and quality. Incredibly, you are getting a true IPS panel with nice viewing angles. I’ve found that the low res matte displays on other cheaper Chromebooks are incredibly difficult use and lead to eye strain. I’m a personal believer in purchasing as much screen real estate and pixel density as possible — it really does make a huge difference. Another huge plus (and I’m not sure if this across the Chromebook line or specific to this one) is the night mode that cuts out blue light and boosts yellows — this is another hugely important feature for me, personally. Touch screen functionality works fine. Display cons are that the bezels are massive and with it being super glossy, there can be lots of glare.Keyboard: Basically Lenovo has it figured out with keyboard layouts and feel. While it’s nowhere near as nice as the Thinkpad keyboard, this one is laid out quite nicely and is easy to complete bigger writing assignments on. There’s no backlight, which would be a huge plus, but for the price, it’s difficult to find anything to complain about. The top row function keys will be familiar to those coming from the Mac ecosystem. Everything is very easy. The trackpad is also surprisingly nice for the price as well. Gestures work without issue.Battery life: This is where this computer truly shines. I purchased this while I was traveling during the winter and needed to it to complete weekly freelance assignments and had plenty of battery life while on the road. Even when being back home laying in bed watching Youtube or Netflix, the battery lasts all night, and then some. I basically never take the charger with me because I don’t feel that it’s necessary (unless it’s already low on juice). In terms of just general surfing and Google doc stuff, you should be able to get a couple of days out of the battery. If you’re watching videos and streaming, it’s still a good full day’s worth of battery life.Build quality: I’ve previously had an HP Chromebook and was not impressed by the build quality by any means. It felt cheap, almost like a toy. While this Lenovo Chromebook feels much more solid, I still wouldn’t compare it to a Thinkpad or the higher end machines in Lenovo’s lineup. Still, it feels quite durable and I’ve never worried about carrying it in a pack all day, or stacking books and other heavy items on top of it. The only thing that is kind of a bother is that the brilliant white finish does get smudges and dirty fingerprints on it. But that’s more of a nuisance, not a flaw with the machine.For the price, you really can’t do much better. So long as you have reasonable expectations for what you’re getting and how much you’re paying, you will be very pleased by this product.

  5. Josh Hartman

    Full disclosure, I am not an IT professional but use laptops, tablets, and desktop computers daily in my personal and work life. This chromebook has far exceeded my expectations. This is my first time using a chromebook. I have had a week or so to really dig into the device. I own an alienware gaming laptop, but I find myself only using it now for gaming purposes only.This chromebook is fast in my opinion. The speed is snappy and the device responds quickly to gestures and commands. I have yet to find sometime I can’t do on this that I do on my windows laptop aside from gaming. One game I like to play requires windows, mac, or linux. Since this has an ARM processor it does not support linux applications at this time.Design: This device is a bright attractive white chromebook. I find the design to be pleasing to the eye and appears sturdy even though it is made from plastic. I do not particularly like using it in tablet mode. The screen feels bulky and sometimes unmanageable in tablet mode. The screen quickly transitions to whatever position to place it in whether laptop, tent, or tablet mode. I personal find myself not even using my LG tablet for much of anything except when I need LTE internet away from home. Overall the design is great.Screen/Input: I find the keyboard to be on par with most laptop keyboards. The keys are a little shallow and I feel my typing has slowed a little bit, but not by much. The IPS touchscreen is very responsive and rarely find myself having to touch the screen more than once for my intended gesture. Screen is bright in home conditions, but feel it would lack in more intense lighting situations, such as outdoors.Ease of Use: The google play store makes this thing be able to do just about anything. I have not tried any intense applications. I use chrome, netflix, hulu, evernote, several banking apps, and various other apps. All of them are snappy responsive. The bank apps load like they are in phone mode, thus they are in a small window. The apps still work as designed. Netflix and Hulu playback is smooth and pleasant to watch on the screen.Overall, I am impressed with the Google OS and this device in general. If your someone who is on the fence about the operating system, I suggest you give it a try. The battery life is good as well. When using my gaming laptop its always with a cord tethered nearby. I also understand a gaming laptop is far more power intensive. I have yet to use this chromebook while charging it. The battery has allowed me to watch 4-5 hours of netflix, talk on facebook, and text through my phone without ever getting critically low. I charge it at night and then never put it back on till the next night. This is a max screen brightness. I was also very surprised with the speakers. The speakers were much louder and not distorted. I honestly expected them to be cheap netbook quality that is mostly better just to never use them, but thats not the case with this chromebook. I do generally use a bluetooth headset. The bluetooth headset paired with extreme simplicity. I also set up my brother wireless laser printer with google cloud print in less than 30 seconds.Google did it right and lenovo delivered a solid product. I did purchase this on sale for $200 but would have spent the $300. If your a web surfer, music listener, netflix watcher I highly recommend this. If you need windows intense software then go with windows. Otherwise I think you’ll find yourself using this as your primary device as I have.

  6. Liz Wagner

    I love my Chromebook, especially since I got it for a huge discounted price. It runs seamlessly with my phone yet the browser works more like on a laptop vs. a phone. The battery life is surprisingly long and it’s so lightweight that I use it for all my writing over my laptop. I wasn’t sure how I’d like a Chromebook but I absolutely love it! It’s both a laptop and a tablet since you can fold the keyboard completely back to use the touchscreen. I highly recommend one, you’ll use it more often than you think.

  7. John

    Great little Chromebook

  8. javierre01

    Es muy facil de utilizarla y puedes usaela como laptop o como tablet

  9. T

    easy to set up and display good quality and very fast

  10. Mel

    It’s worth it .. good laptop at an affordable price it folds .. easy to carry around .

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