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Lenovo ThinkPad X131e 11.6” Chromebook with Case (Refurbished A-Grade)
Designed to withstand the busy lifestyle of students and on-the-go professionals, this laptop features sturdy hinges, Lenovo’s Active Protection System for shock absorption, and a keyboard that resists spills.
Stream shows, catch the latest movie trailers, or explore an online video game’s vivid fantasyland in crisp, clear detail. Saturated with about 1 million pixels, the display produces image quality similar to what you’d see on an HDTV with 720p HD resolution. Such sharpness and clarity also make the text on your favorite news and social-media sites clear and easy to read.
Cloud-Based Chrome OS
This Chromebook can forego the components that make most laptops bulky and heavy, thanks to its web-based Chrome OS. Rather than store applications and files on a built-in hard drive, Chrome syncs with your pre-existing Google account to store everything, from documents and spreadsheets to MP3 files and video, entirely online. This system not only saves space on your computer; it makes your files accessible from anywhere you can log into your Google account, such as your smartphone.
- Model: ThinkPad X131e
- Product number: LENOVO 628323U-4-16-1.5RB-KIT1-2
- Operating system: Google Chrome
- Screen: 11.6”
- Resolution: 1366x768
- Processor: 1.5GHz Intel Celeron dual-core
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 16GB SSD
- Webcam: 720p
- Ports: USB
- Weight: 2lb.
- Product dimensions: 10”x13”x1”
- Condition: refurbished (A-grade)
- 30-day parts warranty
In the box: laptop, power adapter cable, case
The Lenovo brand name may only be about a decade old, but the company can trace itself to one of the most important technological advances in history: the advent of the personal computer. In 1981, IBM released its first PC, one that would soon set the standard for personal computing around the world. But in the early 2000s, IBM was ready to focus on other types of products, and so Lenovo—a Hong Kong company formed in the mid-1980s—stepped in and bought IBM’s personal computer division, including the iconic Thinkpad. Lenovo’s reach hasn’t stopped with PCs: the company is now a top producer of smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and servers.