Four new Acer Chromebooks for education debuted on Monday and start at $349.99. Availability begins this month for these durable devices.
It looks like Asus isn’t waiting until January’s Consumer Electronics Show to debut new devices. There are three new Asus Chromebooks for students, likely to go on sale soon.
Last month, Samsung introduced a new entry-level Chromebook, saying that an LTE model would follow. You can now pre-order the $349 Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go with mobile broadband from AT&T at a discount.
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go is now available direct from Samsung. You can order the Wi-Fi model now for $299.99. An LTE version will arrive in the coming weeks.
Ok, this deal is for all of the people that think Chromebooks have to be cheap. Walmart is discounting the Acer Chromebook 311 by $100, bringing the cost down to $129 on its site.
I was a little put off by the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 when it launched in January. Now, a current $100 discount on it makes this Chromebook a better value.
I found a pair of unannounced laptops this morning. Say hello to the 11.6- and 14-inch Asus Chromebook CX1. Now tell me why they have a CPU from 2016.
Results from the first performance test of a Snapdragon 7c Chromebook compare favorably to Intel Celeron devices. But in a head-to-head against a Pentium it’s much closer.
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.
HP has five new rugged Chromebooks for the classroom including two new convertibles and two new clamshells with a choice of Intel or MediaTek inside. Teachers can opt for a larger model to show off at the front of the class.
All four of Acer’s new Chromebooks for education are built to be tough in the classroom. Two run on Intel chips, while one uses the same capable MediaTek CPU as the Lenovo Duet Chromebook and another is powered by a Snapdragon 7c.