The Chromebook is a new standard of inexpensive, light, and quick laptops. It combines hardware and software to create a unique web experience on-the-go.
- Takes seconds to start up, unlike traditional Windows or Mac laptops
- Uses Google Chrome to power all of your web-based requirements
- Runs many other applications outside of ChromeThere are currently and a number of different choices on the models of the Chromebook - while there was originally some doubt about manufacturers on-boarding - due to the simplicity and growth in sales numerous manufacturers are now making models available, including:
- Samsung Chromebook 2
- Acer C7, C720 and C720P (touchscreen) Chromebooks
- HP 14 and HP 11 (ARM processor) Chromebooks
- Lenovo N20p Chromebook and ThinkPad X131e Chromebook
- Dell Chromebook 11 (for education)
- Toshiba Chromebook (first Chromebook with 13" screen)
- Google itself- in the high end Google Chrome Pixel
In our opinion the latest versions of the 11.6 inch Chromebook, with Haswell architecture, forms a thin and light viable alternative to an iPad or tablet. While the weight may be marginally more, the 11.6 inch model in practical use feels very svelte and still has a reasonable battery life (up to 9 hours!).
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Acer C720p Chromebook
The Chrombox is the mini PC version of the Chromebook.It has all the same features, minus the keyboard, mouse, and screen.
- Built-in Wifi
- Supports up to two 30" monitors
- Six USB ports for great connectivityIf you'd like to know more, please contact us
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