Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome…

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Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome...
  • 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
  • Users love it; “High end features for a low price,” says one happy reviewer. Another adds, “This Chromebook has far exceeded my expectations. The speed is snappy and the device responds quickly to gestures and commands.”

Specification: Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome…

Standing screen display size

‎11.6 Inches

Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution

‎1366X768 Pixels


‎2.1 GHz mediatek_mt8127



Memory Speed

‎1600 MHz

Hard Drive

‎64 GB Flash Memory Solid State

Graphics Coprocessor

‎PowerVR SGX543

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours




‎IdeaPad C330

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎2.64 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.5 x 0.77 x 8.48 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎11.5 x 0.77 x 8.48 inches


‎Blizzard White

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Hard Drive Rotational Speed

‎7200 RPM

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎AC & Battery


‎1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

12 reviews for Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Display, MediaTek MT8173C Processor, 4GB LPDDR3, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome…

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  1. Avatar of l2


    Chromebook prices range from around $100 to over $1000. Better Chromebooks have Intel Core CPUs for great performance. The much cheaper Mediatek system in this Chromebook gives it mediocre performance, especially for intensive games or for business users who open lots of tabs simultaneously and frequently switch between them. On the plus side this Chromebook has a useful 4GB of RAM, a sharp colorful IPS screen, a touch screen that works great with Android apps, a very responsive (for swiping) touchpad, and reliable WiFi (much better than my HP laptop). On the minus side, the white plastic shell looks and feels a little cheap, the screen is not very bright, and the touchpad’s button feels a little clunky. In summary, if you can’t afford more than $300, this is a good choice for casual users who only have a few tabs open at once and use it mostly for email, Facebook, web surfing, and streaming music or videos. If you can afford $350 to $400, you will have several choices with more powerful CPUs for more intensive users.

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    Amazon Customer

    This product has exceeded my expectations. The touch screen is fantastic, it’s light, portable, the battery lasts forever. The only slight downsides are as follows: 1. the display is much smaller than the size of the machine, they could have either made the machine smaller or the screen larger. We don’t need the huge border 2. the chromebook takes a bit of getting used to when coming from a windows or mac computer, but that’s not an issue with the machine, just something to note when buying 3. the camera is kind of cheap, but then again that’s not what is was made for 4. the camera is only front facing, so you can’t use it to take pictures of things as you look at the screen, but again that’s not what the machine was meant for.

    Back to the pros, my family found that it looked amazing, the keyboard is great, it is super fast, can load android apps, wifi works perfectly, really excellent machine!

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    Carol Lewis

    What can I say about this little chromebook. First, it was very easy to synchronize all of my google apps from my phone to this laptop. Battery life for me is approx. 10 – 12 hrs and that’s with me playing on it constantly being that it’s my new toy. When in tablet mode I feel this laptop is excellent, the touchscreen is very sensitive which I like for my paint by number apps.
    I was able to download some Prime shows to my SD card for future viewing and it went really well. The only negative is it’s weight but to be honest I can overlook that as the cost of this laptop is excellent.
    I can’t say enough about this tablet, for the money I’d by another without thinking about it.

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  4. Avatar of jrodshibuya


    I am extremely impressed with this unit. Great price, and it works really well. Nicely designed, sturdy, the keyboard and trackpad are decent. Touchscreen works well. I would highly recommend it. One thing is incorrectly described in the specifications – it says there is a microSD card slot. It is actually a SD slot. I bought a microSD card hoping to put it in and have added storage space on the go, but an SD card sticks out a lot.

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    Brand new device, went from 64gb out the box and after the OS update i only have 49GB available. 3.7G are in use by preinstalled apps. So you can subtract at least 15GB from the advertised 64GB description. That said, if you buy the 32GB you’ll be severely disappointed.

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    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.

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    ferdinand alvarez

    I bought S330 from bestbuy. They don’t have the 64g version. I brought it home. Although it was working fine, but I am used to having a touch screen on my device, and it doesnt completely fold like a tablet. Then, I saw C330 on amazon. What makes it amazing, is that, for a few more dollars, I can get a touchsceen, ips display and a 64gb version. I have an adroid phone, and all programs from my adroid phone are easily downloaded to this device, easily, which would be a pain, if you have a windows 10 operating system. Also the battery life is incredible. I only use it at home when I am in front of my tv. And it would last for days without recharging it. On top of it, I could easily cast anything on my tv. I have a 75 inch 4k uhd and i attached a chromecast ultra. Casting is a breeze. No issues whatsover. I don’t give out reviews often, but this is one of those, that I need to give my opinion. I am extremely happy with this laptop. It’s the best for its price!!! Every penny is worth it. On a different note, I had some issues with amazon.ca. Please contact them on phone. Nothing has been resolved on online chat. I had to talk to two agents online, but nothing happened. Over the phone, it was quickly resolved. Overall, I am super happy the my purchase and super happy with amazon. That’s why I am keeping my prime membership and cancelling my netflix.

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  8. Avatar of Hngo


    For the price, this is a great Chromebook. It checks a lot of boxes and I’ve done my fair share of research.

    1. Solid build. Nice sturdy plastic chassis. (Keeps it lightweight)
    2. USB type C port, SD card slot, HDMI, and USB 3.0
    3. Touchscreen with an IPS display
    4. 4 gigs of RAM and 64gig of storage. (rare at this price point)
    5. Nice feel to the keyboard and track pad.
    6. ARM processor that is optimized for the Google play store apps and runs much better than the Intel celerons you see in most low-end Chromebooks.

    You get a lot for $300. You can’t really find those options within that price range. The only thing I wish it had was a FHD display. 1366×768 still looks sharp on an 11.6 in screen but it would be super sharp if it was 1080p. I would highly recommend this Chromebook.

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  9. Avatar of Finnigan


    Over the period of 30-60 seconds after unboxing it for the first time.
    1. Turn on
    2. Sign in with your Google account.
    3. Select wifi network.
    That’s it, everything is set up, all your Google pictures, mail, bookmarks (from your Android phone, assuming you use chrome on mobile) is all there.
    I’m used to spending at least a few hours setting up, updating, uninstalling bloatware, denying “trial offers” on Windows PCs. Nothing on this.
    Literally ready for use within a minute.
    Windows®, take notes.

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    Keith Gindoff

    Do NOT buy this if you will need to download apps as the Google Play Store app can’t be downloaded on this chrome book. Internet and everything else works fine, but I bought this for my kids to play Roblox and other apps, but this particular chrome book won’t allow the Google Play store.

    I had no idea that it was even possible for the Google App Store not to be compatible with a Google Chrome Book!

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    Myron Wyles

    The specs are everything I expected, except the weight, which is 2.9 lbs. and not 2.6 lbs. The screen is small compared to the size of the panel, with 2.5 cm of border all a around (5 cm at the bottom). It will only connect to a Bluetooth speaker immediately after rebooting for some reason, and with one of my speakers the volume cannot be changed. Sometimes the mouse disappears when over a mobile app. And after 40 days, it’s suddenly not accepting a charge without a reboot. There is no cap locks key. Although it claims to support SMB file shares, it doesn’t seem to be compatible with any of the computers in my house. WiFi just crawls unless I switch to 5GHz. The more I use this, the more I regret buying it.

    Then there are the problems with Chromebooks. Some apps act like they are for computers, others like they are for smartphones. Sometimes you get an X button to close a window. Sometimes you get a back button (that might close your window, too). Any consistency is completely out the window.

    It is pretty cool (and freaky) how it knows all my passwords saved in Chrome browser on PC. At least set up is a snap. The screen is powerful, sharp, and has a wonderful viewing angle.

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    Typical Consumer

    I’ve been doing research on Chromebooks as my Macbook Pro Retina (2013) recently died. I needed something portable, fast, cheap ($300-400 CAD) and easy to use for multimedia / work / documents.

    After looking through Lenovo’s different options, I decided to pick up the Lenovo S330. The S330 was great, nice bezels, sturdy and an okay screen… But the screen had really bad viewing angles and didn’t have a touch-screen.

    So I decided to return the S330 and purchase the C330…. WOW, BIG DIFFERENCE. The touch-screen, smaller form factor and overall look just BLEW me away. I didn’t think that I’d use the touch-screen that much, however, chromebooks are OPTIMIZED for touch-screens.

    Overall, for under $400, I would highly recommend getting the C330 instead of the S330.

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