Are you looking for a computer model for your dad who is in his 70s who happens to be the most destructive test on any computer? Look no further! The Asus Chromebox 3-n003u comes with a resilience that will have you kiss the multiple reinstallations that come with Microsoft Windows goodbye. It is also for anyone who enjoys performance at minimum energy. This is made possible by the DDR4-2400 memory which also smoothens the performance as well as the latest 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor which is featured in the Asus Chromebox 3-n003u. So let’s dive into the pros and cons and determine whether this model is the answer to the energy-sensitive treasure hunters.
• Bluetooth 4.2
• 32 GB Solid State Capacity
• A MICRO SD Card reader
• 4GB Memory
• Intel Celeron 3865U processor
• 1.8GHz Processor Speed
• Chrome OS
• 1 x HDMI and
• 3 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C, 2 x USB 2.0 USB Ports
+ Chromebooks contain a touch of attractiveness and are no letdown when it comes to security, cost-efficiency and portability hence offering a great alternative to Windows laptops. Additionally, they are free from the most irritating problem of all time- Windows Updates! They will work smoothly months after you pick them up.
+ They are fairly quiet and allow you to retain your peace of mind as you work.
+ A separate power adapter is not needed when using Asus Chromebox 3-n003u. This is because it can charge a connected accessory such as a phone and can also receive power from a supported display or other device. Talk about a clean work space with no clutter of cables.
+ Lastly, it is effective with basic programs.
– Chrome boxes have only found their home in schools and colleges where students find them attractive due to their ability to log in to their accounts with an email and a password.
– They have also been accused of being laggy and lightweight.
The Asus Chromebox 3-n003u will claim it’s territory mainly in schools, colleges and small businesses where the main concern is to get online, along with full support for the usual embossed peripherals and the ability to download and run Android apps.