When it comes to Chromebooks, there are two main types: the ultra-premium, ultra-cheap, and the budget-friendly.
This article outlines what you need to know about the latest models from Acer, HP, Lenovo, and more, to get the most out of them.1.
The Ultra-Premium ChromebooksThe most popular Chromebook on the market right now is the Acer Chromebook 11, which is available for $1,299.
The 13-inch model is slightly cheaper than the 12-inch version, but it’s $999 less than the 11-inch variant.
That’s not too bad considering it’s a 13-incher.
It’s also the only 13-in-1 model for the US, and it’s also one of the lowest-cost Chromebooks available right now.
It also comes with an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, which lets you play games at 60 frames per second on 1080p and 1080p video at 30 frames per split.
It supports up to 2TB of RAM and supports up a 1TB SSD.
It comes with a 10.6-inch display and a 256GB PCIe-NVMe SSD.
This model comes with 32GB of RAM, and a 2,100mAh battery.
It ships with Windows 10 Home, Chrome OS, and Android 8.1 Oreo.
If you want a Chromebook that’s more powerful than the Chromebook 11 for a similar price, you can also get the Acer XB1 Chromebook.
The Acer XE Chromebook has a 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 128GB of storage.
The Chromebook 10 has a 1.8GHz Intel Celeron processor, 128GB RAM, an 8GB SSD, and 256GB of SSD storage.
This is a $499 model, and you can get it with Windows 8.0 OS.
You can also buy an Asus Chromebook Flip, but the Flip Chromebook is not recommended for daily use because it has a $1.99 price tag and only supports 4K video at 60Hz.
The Asus Chromebook P60 is also a $199 model.
This Chromebook is $199, and comes with Windows 7 Home Premium.
This version has a quad-core Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 processor and 16GB of memory.
It has a 1080p display and supports 1080p HD video at 90Hz.
If your budget doesn’t allow for a $500 Chromebook, there is also the $499 Acer Chromebook Flip 3.
This $599 model has a faster CPU and more RAM, but its battery is limited to 1,200mAh.
If a Chromebook isn’t your cup of tea, the Chromebook Pixel 2 is a high-end Chromebook with a quad core Intel Core M3 processor, 1GB of DDR3 RAM, 512GB SSD storage, a 1,024-by-768-pixel screen, and an Intel HD Graphics 5000 GPU.
It runs Windows 8 and comes in a 32GB SSD version and a 128GB SSD and 128 GB PCIe- NVMe SSD version.
It costs $549, and is available with Windows 9.1 OS.
If the price of the Chromebook doesn’t get you excited about the Chromebook, the $1 at Amazon is a great deal.2.
The Budget-Friendly ChromebooksThere are two Chromebook models you’ll find in the $500-600 price range: the Asus Chromebook C1 Chromebook, which has a 6-inch, 1080p touchscreen display, and supports Android 4.4 KitKat; and the Acer C720 Chromebook, a 5.5-inch 1080p-plus touchscreen display that supports Android 8 Nougat.
These are Chromebooks that are more expensive than the high-priced Chromebooks from Acer and HP.
If those Chromebooks are the ones you’re looking for, you should also consider the Asus Chromebox Chromebook, also known as the Eizo Chromebook, or the Acer Chromeboot Chromebook, as those Chromebook models are also budget-friendlier.
The C720 costs $499 and the C720-Plus Chromebook is a slightly more expensive model.
Both Chromebooks come with Windows 11 and come with Chrome OS.
Acer also offers the Chromebook 10.
model costs $399 and the 15-in model is $499.
These Chromebooks have slightly lower specifications than the C1 and C720 models, but they are still better Chromebooks for the money.3.
The Cheap ChromebooksThese are Chromebook models that are priced at $300 or less, and they’re usually the cheapest Chromebooks out there.
If that’s the case, you’re probably looking at a $300 Chromebook, but if you’re like most people, you’ll want to consider a $250 Chromebook.
Acer has a variety of budget-priced models, including the Acer B10 Chromebook, and if you want something that’s also good for everyday use, the Acer K5 Chromebook, Acer C15 Chromebook, HP Chromebook 11 Chromebook, Lenovo Chromebook C15, and