$300 savings: Core i5 Acer Chromebook Spin 13 down to $599.99

Looking for a high-end, well built 2-in-1? The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 with Core i5 U-Series chip, 8 GB of memory, high resolution display and 128 GB of storage may fit the bill. And a $300 discount may help fit your budget.

Who is the Google Pixelbook Go for, and not for?

Two weeks of using the Pixelbook Go shed more light on just who this Chromebook is, and isn’t for. Keep in mind: It’s not a budget Chromebook. Pixelbook Go is a budget Pixelbook.

Why Pixelbook Go isn’t the Pixelbook 2, according to Google

The Pixelbook Go portents a change in Google’s Chromebook strategy as evidenced by the internals and starting price. Prior to getting my review unit today, I spoke with Google’s Ben Janofsky to discuss this change and learn more about the 18-month road to Pixelbook Go.

Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 with Core i3 sheds $150 of cost, on sale for $399

Now $150 off, the Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 brings above mid-range performance for a less than mid-range price of $399. A 1080p touch display with pen support and 8th-gen Core i3 processor round out the key features of this 2-in-1.

HP Chromebook X360 14 gets a $200 discount at Best Buy: $399 for a solid performer

Got a $400 budget for your next Chromebook purchase? If I did, I’d pull the trigger on the HP Chromebook X360 14, currently on sale at Best Buy for $399; a great price for an 1080p device with Intel’s Core i3 U-series chip.

Amazon deal offers nearly $450 off on Google Pixel Slate and keyboard bundle

If your only major knock against the Google Pixel Slate was the high price, you just ran out of excuses to buy one. You can get $250 off all three Pixel Slate models and get an included Pixel Slate Keyboard worth $199.

Asus Chromebook Flip C433 looks likely to use same Intel Core m3 as the Flip C434

Recently posted benchmark scores, combined with a lack of fan vents on the Asus Chromebook Flip C433 strongly suggest this 2-in-1 will be powered by an Intel Core m3 processor; the same one as in the Pixel Slate.

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