Chromebooks are cheap alternatives to Windows and MacBook laptops.
People usually get them as a secondary work computer or something they could leave at home for the kids.
Thanks to advancements in technology, the latest Chromebooks can hold a charge that can last you through the day and they’re also getting more and more powerful as years go by.
At 14.9-inches wide, 10.1 inches from front to back, and 0.75-inches high, it’s one of the largest Chromebooks we’ve come across.
Its hinge turns a full 180 degrees, allowing it to lie completely flat so you can share the screen with anyone.
Audio doesn’t sound metallic and muffled, which is typically the case with laptops with speakers beneath the keyboard.