Seriously, the Chromebook deals are coming out of the woodwork and that is a beautiful thing. Just this morning, we saw the lowest price ever on the HP Chromebook x360 14. It didn’t end there. Robby followed suit by sharing a killer deal on the Core m3 Samsung Plus V2 that’s currently going for the ridiculously low price of $449 on Amazon.
Both of these are great deals on great devices but we’ve got one more to share that might tickle your fancy. There’s been some great discussion on the HP Chromebook x360 deal about stylus support and yes, while the HP may work with some passive styli, it doesn’t technically have a digitizer in the display. If you’ve ever used a third-party stylus on your mobile device, you know how lack-luster that experience can be.
On the flip side, the Samsung boasts that wonderful built-in S-pen-like
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Right now, the Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 is on sale at Amazon for the absurdly low price of $449. That’s $149.01 off the retail cost and you get a whole lot of Chromebook for the money.
Granted, we’ve shown the HP a lot of love but the Dell holds its own against the competition and despite having some minor drawbacks, it has some great features you won’t find in the HP x360.
First, you get twice the storage at 128GB. Next and most importantly, the Dell Inspiron Chromebook comes with a stowable EMR stylus making it one of only two devices on the market that pairs a pen with an Intel Core I processor. The other being the Acer Chromebook Spin 13.
The drawbacks? Well, there’s only one major nit with the Dell and that’s the 4GB of RAM. While that’s plenty for everyday use, power users may find the Core i3-8130U Chromebook struggling when using resource-hungry apps. Still, before my Spin 13 and HP, I used a 4GB device and for the most part, got along just fine.
Apart from that, the Dell is a great device. Here’s a closer look at the Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14:
- Chrome OS
- 8th Gen Intel Core i3-8130U
- 4GB RAM
- 128GB eMMC storage
- Convertible 14″ FHD touch display
- garaged EMR stylus
- Backlit keyboard
- Android and Linux app ready
You can pick one up from Amazon while supplies last.