Reviews and Problems with Samsung Chromebox XE300M22
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Cole B., Amazon
4 July 2014
Summary: Great product, fast, easy to use, extremely fast boot time, be using chrome within seconds after entering your user password. Sexy too. I had one problem with this Chromebox though, it must have had been left on the shelf for a fairly long time because when I unboxed it and got it running, it was...
Summary: The chromebox XE399M22-B01US doesn't qualify for the large free storage that the laptops get. If I had known that, I wouldn't have purchased it. The unite is fast but, you will have to buy additional storage from Google
Summary: This is my second Chromebox purchase and so I have some experience with this product and will attempt to make sure readers don't make some of the mistakes I made. My first Chromebox was purchased to hook up to my 40 inch Panasonic plasma TV as an internet TV device. This did not work out well.
Summary: I bought the Samsung Chromebox mainly for video streaming and to replace my old Asus Eee Box which ran on Windows XP on an Atom processor. The Asus Eee Box could not deal with video streaming from my favorite sites without being irritatingly choppy.
Summary: This machine is not intended to be a replacement for my old Windows PC... but still there are things I miss... however, with that old machine running I can use Chrome RPD to almost feel like I am on the old box!
Summary: If you understand what you are getting in a standalone but net connected Chrome device, this one is hard to beat for the price. It works well, no problems to date, Very quick startup, very little heat generation, and very fast execution of the basic Chrome operating system.
Summary: Easy to set-up, simple to use, and fastest start-up/shut down times of any computer I've ever owned. This isn't a computer replacement for me, I still have a laptop capable of running AutoCAD and various other demanding computer programs. I have the Chromebox hooking into a computer monitor and T.V.
Summary: First I gotta admit I have been a computer nerd since my first computer in 1979, a Radio Shack Model-1. Today I am a Mac and Win-7 user, at work we have XP computers. I'm pretty smart about technology.