This year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales came with more Chromebook deals than we could ever dream of, but there are still quite a few lingering offers to enjoy if you missed last week's festivities. Keep reading for all of the best Chromebook offers of the month and get your hands on one of these laptops before the holidays sneak up on you.
Chromebooks make great gifts for folks of all ages, namely because of their versatility. Many models have enough power to handle most tasks with ease, while others may be compact enough to throw into a backpack or briefcase. They're often exceptionally durable as well, and some can even be converted into a tablet with a single flip-and-fold motion. Perhaps most importantly, Chromebooks are cheap. Most of these laptops fall in the $200-$500 range, but we've been known to find deals that drop the price to $100 or less! So without further ado, let's ditch the chitchat and get on with the deals.
Price range: under $200
Lenovo IdeaPad 311 Chromebook:
$219.99 $89.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Best Buy is slashing over $120 off the price of the Lenovo IdeaPad 311 Chromebook, which is a total discount of over 50% and one of the lowest prices we've seen for the laptop. Although it doesn't have a touchscreen, the 311 is quite fast and boasts up to 10 hours of battery life alongside a 720p webcam.
Samsung Chromebook 4:
$229.99 $134 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon is currently carving a very generous 42% off the Samsung Chromebook 4, bringing the price of the laptop down to a mere $134. The Chromebook boasts an 11.6-inch display with a durable construction and a large battery that'll last up to 12.5 hours on a single charge.
ASUS Chromebook C203XA:
$249.99 $130 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
For a limited time, Amazon is slashing a hefty 48% off the price of the ASUS Chromebook C203XA, a rugged little laptop that boasts a powerful MediaTek Quad-Core processor, a spill-resistant keyboard, and up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. This deal could expire or change at any moment, so don't wait too long to make your move.
Lenovo Chromebook S330 Laptop:
$279.99 $167 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Fast and secure, the Lenovo S330 uses a powerful MediaTek processor to deliver exceptional performance in a package that's less than one inch thin. Amazon is currently dropping the price of this Chromebook by 40%, bringing it down to just $167.
Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3:
$379 $199 at Lenovo with code BBYDEALS (opens in new tab)
Use the code BBYDEALS when picking up a Chromebook Duet 3 from Lenovo and you'll instantly save a groundbreaking 47%! It's the device that we called the "perfect couch companion", coming complete with a detachable keyboard, ultra-efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor, and a large battery that'll last up to 12 hours on a single charge.
Price range: $200 and up
ASUS Chromebook Flip C214:
$349.99 $242.18 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Time and time again, we've called the Flip C214 the best student Chromebook (opens in new tab) that money can buy, and now you can get your very own for 31% off at Amazon. It's not as nice as that 50% discount that we saw a few weeks ago, but it's nevertheless a pretty stellar offer for a very stellar Chromebook.
HP Chromebook x2 11:
$679.99 $479.99 at HP (opens in new tab)
The HP Chromebook x2 11 is currently seeing a whopping $200 price drop on HP's official site. For just $480, you're getting a powerful Chromebook with a detachable keyboard, 8GB of memory, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that makes multitasking a breeze.
HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook:
$1,149 $1,089 at HP (opens in new tab)
If you're aren't familiar with it already, the HP Elite Dragonfly is pretty much peak Chromebook technology. This titan of multi-tasking comes with an incredibly fast Intel Core i3 processor, a 360-degree convertible design, and a 13.5-inch 2K UHD display.
HP is currently dropping $60 off the price of this premium Chromebook. That may not seem like a lot, but discounts on the Elite Dragonfly are so rare that it's worth your consideration.
What's the difference between a Chromebook and a laptop?
Unlike regular laptops, Chromebooks run on Chrome OS, a web-based operating system that's lightweight, simple, and secure. Instead of being able to download third-party software, like you would with a traditional laptop, you have to download apps through the Google Play store. All of this means that, although they aren't as powerful or as customizable, Chromebooks are inherently affordable and easy to use.
Once you pick out your cheap laptop, you can use that leftover cash for essential Chromebook accessories such as a wireless keyboard, additional storage, or a pair of stylish earbuds.
Patrick (he/him) is a Deals and Commerce Writer at Android Central. In his past life as a freelancer, he covered everything from book reviews to buying guides, and now he's finally settled down with the goal of saving you money. When he's not writing, Patrick is probably sipping on craft beer, riding his bike, or hanging out with his cat.
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