I have three other Chromebooks ( a HP 11, a HP 14, and a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 11e) and when I saw that Walmart was going to sell this, I had to do a pre-order. I have had this Chromebook for 10 days now and really like it. A great Chromebook - Almost as good as my 2014 Lenovo for about one-third of the price. DOCUMENTATION: Chromebooks have great documentation, and it is all on the device. Tap or click on the magnifying glass in the bottom bar and read all about the Chrome Operating System. There is a printed 9 page Quick Start Guide to get you going. CONSTRUCTION: Very good. No squeaks or flexing and good fit all around. Only weighs 2.5 lbs. Almost a pound lighter than my Lenovo. It looks real good but the finish is a real fingerprint magnet. The screen hinge allows the screen to go back about 135 degrees. Far enough back to be straight on to the screen face on your lap. KEYBOARD AND TOUCHPAD: Very good. Full size shift keys and a really responsive touchpad with the normal two and three finger commands. SCREEN: Conventional TN type screen like most Chromebooks. Bright but colors are not vivid. Off-angle viewing not the worst but not the best either. It is acceptable but not in the same league as my wide-angle-view IPS screen on my Lenovo (But the Lenovo cost almost three times the price of this Hisense last year). It is not a touchscreen like my Lenovo. OPERATION: If you are used to a Windows or Android computer, you will find a Chromebook very different. But for a lot of operations, I find the Chromebook superior. Much easier to learn and maintain - faster for starting and stopping - faster for many web operations - Many windows and web tabs. Most of my Chromebooks have four windows with about 25 tabs. This Hisense scores 640 on Sunspider and 6923 on Google Octane. That is just as fast as my Lenovo. Some of the newer model Chromebooks score better but also cost considerably more. Free memory was 9.3GB. The USB ports worked with a Hub, Flash Drive, Mouse receiver, 1 TB portable Hard Drive, and a Optical Drive at the same time. A lot of the Windows and Android programs will not run on a Chromebook but the Chrome Store has many Apps that will do the same functions. SPEAKERS: This Chromebook actually has reasonable speakers - a little short of bass but decent volume for a small tablet or notebook. I don't have a way to test the battery life, but the claimed "up to 8.5" hours seems reasonable. CONCLUSION: For the price, this is the best Chromebook I have ever seen or read about.