The new HP Fortis 11 G9 Chromebook and HP Fortis 14 G10 Chromebook are designed for student use, have an LTE option and start at $349.
At MWC 2021, the new Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5i and 5i devices debuted. Starting at $439.99, these look to piggyback on the success of last year’s Flex 5.
Ah, the lowly Chromebox. It gets no respect! Maybe with the HP Chromebox G3 it will thanks to 10th-gen Intel chips and support for dual 4K displays starting at $254.
Announced in May, the HP Pro C640 Chromebook Enterprise is available for customization and orders. This Project Athena Chromebook starts around $555 but you can spend well over $1,100 if you want a Core i7 and 16 GB of RAM.
The 15.6-inch 1080p Lenovo Chromebook C340 has a mix of entry-level and mid-range specifications. And it’s now available for an entry-level $299 price thanks to a $150 discount.
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.
Acer kicked off the annual BETT education show in London by announcing the Acer Chromebook 712 on Monday. It’s ruggedized, has a 3:2 display and can be had with up a 10th-gen Intel Core i3 and 8 GB of memory.
If you just need a basic browser on a large full HD display, the Acer Chromebook Spin 15 on sale for $299 might fit the bill. The hardware is limited but you get a backlit keyboard and an IPS touchscreen.
Earlier this month, Acer debuted the first Chromebook with a dedicated numeric keypad and now HP has followed up with its own version for a lower price. The HP Chromebook 15 starts at $449.
Announced in August, the Acer Chromebook 514 is closer to becoming available. The product page is now live, showing a Pentium-powered model with 14-inch full HD touchscreen display priced at $499.99.