At $629 the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is a great value: 10th-gen Core i5, 8 GB of memory and 128 GB of speedy NVMe storage. A current sale at Best Buy brings the price down to $529.
Samsung and Best Buy have started pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, starting at $549. Reserve one early and you can earn store credits for accessories and future purchases.
The base HP Chromebook X360 14c starts at $499 for a Pentium Gold with 4GB of memory but you can get the $629 model with Core i3 and 8 GB of RAM for $399 through July 19 with this deal.
Based on my initial review and a follow up one four months later, I think the Pixelbook Go is worth $649 for most people. Now you can get a refurbished unit for $529.99, making it even more attractive.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook with 10.1-inch display and included detachable keyboard was due to arrive in May. According to a Best Buy listing, it’s right on schedule at $299.99
Still think the base model Pixelbook Go is priced too high at $649? If $584 sounds more like it to you, there’s a quick and easy way to get a 10 percent discount on this excellent clamshell Chromebook.
Don’t have the budget to pay for a high-end, large-screened Chromebook? For everyday basic use, the Acer Chromebook Spin 15 should meet your needs and it’s discounted to $329 right now.
Two very similar Core i3-powered Chromebooks are on sale at Best Buy: The HP Chromebook X340 14 and Dell’s Inspiron Chromebook 14. Here are the key differences in these discounted $350 to $399 2-in-1 Chromebooks.
If the lower costing Pixelbook Go cuts too many corners for you over the Google Pixelbook, now’s the time to nab the 2017 model. Refurbished Pixelbooks are $599.99 at Best Buy.
Lenovo’s entry-level 2-in-1 Chromebook is discounted beyond a current Best Buy sale. Even better, the Lenovo Chromebook C340 ordered direct doubles your storage to 64 GB over the retail model for just $250.
A reader looking for a budget Chromebook with $250 to $400 to spend asked what I’d recommend. There are a ton of entry-level devices, but I didn’t suggest any of them. Here’s what I recommended and why.