In the market for a new Chromebook? We don’t blame you. They’re a great way of being able to be productive with either your work or studying, and often far better value than a conventional laptop. We’ve got plenty of great Chromebook deals for you to check out, but we thought we’d also narrow things down to three particularly great deals at Best Buy right now, including Acer, Lenovo, and Samsung devices. Read on while we break everything down. Want to know more about what is a Chromebook? We’ve got you covered there too.
Acer 11.6-inch Chromebook — $160, was $200
Ordinarily priced at $200, this pre-owned Acer 11.6-inch Chromebook is down to just $160 right now. The device offers an Intel Celeron 1.4GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. While the latter might not sound like much, that’s because Chromebooks are aimed at you storing all your files and data on the cloud so you can take them everywhere you go. This is an ideal device for inexpensive studying or working, or for setting up a child with their first system.
Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 — $230, was $280
With a $50 price cut on the usual deal, this Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 is smart-looking and practical. It offers a MediaTek multi-core processor with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. An 11.6-inch screen offers more than most thanks to being touchscreen-based so you can get tactile with your work. The screen goes so far in terms of practicality in that it has a 360-degree flip-and-fold design so you can easily switch it between laptop, tablet, stand, or tent modes. That’s sure to be useful if you need to present something to someone or you simply want to relax and watch your favorite shows in a more convenient format. The laptop only weighs 2.64 pounds and is a slim 0.77-inch thin so it’s ideal to take out and about with you.
Samsung Galaxy 13.3-inch 4K Chromebook — $800, was $1,000
If a more high-end Chromebook is your thing then this Samsung Galaxy 13.3-inch 4K Chromebook is pretty sweet. First of all, there’s a 4K touchscreen which looks as beautiful as it is practical. It’s perfect for watching movies on. As well as that, it offers a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of SSD storage. The latter means that you won’t have to store quite so many files on the cloud although the Chromebook’s built-in cloud storage is always a good option for keeping your data safe. The system also has other benefits like a pen, built-in fingerprint reader, backlit keyboard, and a screen that can flip and fold as needed. It’s everything you could need from a Chromebook, basically.
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