Got my latest toy.
It's a Huawei Mediapad M5 10.8" with keyboard. Why this one? Well it comes down to the weirdness of the way the cellular network companies charge for phone lines vs data lines. A phone line often has more bundled data and it lower cost than a data line. This model is using a phone chipset, it shows up as a phone. Yes a 10.8" phone
I put my T-mobile phone SIM into the tablet and works, can make/receive calls. I got T-mobile line for "free" due to the weird way they priced family plans, 4 lines same price as 3 lines and it's been a 2nd SIM in my phone for over a year not doing much for me. Now it's in this "laptop". T-mobile gives "binge on" media streaming unlimited not part of your data, on phone lines, hence in this "laptop".
Fast CPU, high res screen, detachable keyboard so I have 3 modes, laptop, portrait tablet or landscape tablet, and has SD slot, quad stereo speakers.
I am not recommending this, it is not perfect. It has a known issue the WiFi and BT antenna is the same so if you BT you cannot WiFi 2.5Ghz so make use of 5Ghz. It is USB-C but 2.0 not 3.0 so cannot do for example HDMI via the Anker dongle I own.
There will be some kind of Anker Powerport and which works well it. I don't intend to get a Powercore for this, as I probably can use my old cheap method of proactively use the stock 2A output from regular Powercore.
Ryan, relative to your Asus 302 Chromebook it's better/worse in areas. I gain basically cellular, accidentally for free, but I lose USB 3 so cannot HDMI, I lose USB-PD but I can get around that with 2A Powercore (I have the 26800 non-PD), I gain better speakers, the keyboard is worse (attachable wiggle so it's more desk than lap). I can work around the lack of HDMI via a Chromecast which I cast to over WiFi using the tablet's Wifi, so I have a portable projector like capability just need a HDMI port on a screen. Works so-so.