We’ve gathered a few hot deals on some of your favorite Chrome devices to finish off the month. The Samsung Chromebook Pro is still eluding us but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some good hardware out there you can pick up on the cheap. Here’s this week’s roundup on the best Chromebook deals from around the web.
Acer Chromebook R13
The MediaTek powered, 13.3″ convertible is serving up Android Apps in the Beta channel and is a formidable device for the moderate user. With an all-aluminum chassis, 1080p display and USB-C, we still have some love for the Acer Chromebook R13. Newegg has the 64GB model on a fire sale for $379.99. That’s $20 less than the 32GB model retails for.
Acer Chromebook 14
One of the best of 2016, I am really hoping for a refresh of this with a brighter display, USB-C and an Apollo Lake chipset (or Core M if they really want to make me happy.) The silver model is $35 off retail on Amazon. For $10 more you can get the bundle with a wireless mouse.
Lenovo ThinkPad Chromebook 13
Housing a Celeron 3855U, this has always been a favorite budget device of mine. For around $200 you get a workhorse with a solid build, great keyboard and USB-C. Save over $80 on the Lenovo 13.
Lenovo Chromebook N22
This rugged education model comes with an IPS touch display, Braswell N3060 chip and 4GB RAM. More than enough computing power for the student on the go and Android apps coming soon. With its reinforced hinges, water-resistant keyboard and anti-peel keys you’re sure to get your monies worth. Right now you can grab one for under $200 a savings of almost 60 bucks.
Acer Chromebox Core i3
Looking for a desktop solution? The Acer Chromebox with Core i3 processor can be a great foundation for your workspace. We’ve had a couple of these around the office and with a few simple upgrades they can be a beast of a machine. Get one with a mouse and keyboard for around $290, a savings of 60 dollars.
That’s it for today. If you happen to find a deal too good to pass up send it our way. We’d love to share it with our readers. Drop me a line at email@example.com