One of our favorite picks when it comes to the year's best laptops just reached its lowest price yet at Amazon — the HP Chromebook 15-de0010nr. Released only a few months ago, this Chromebook reached our list in no time in part due to its ultra-thin bezels and frame, backlit keyboard with number pad, and long-lasting battery life, and that's when it's being considered at its regular price of $450. With today's discount at Amazon bringing the HP Chromebook 15 down to just $369, we may need to consider moving it a few spots higher. This Chromebook ships for free, though you'd receive your order even faster with an Amazon Prime membership.
HP's Chromebook 15 was released just a few months ago, and now you can save nearly 20% off its full cost! This stylish Chromebook can last for up to 13 hours on a single charge and comes with access to the Google Play store.
$449.99 $81 off
The HP Chromebook 15 is designed to last through an entire day's worth of work (or play) with a battery that can last for up to 13 hours on a single charge. Its stylish, ceramic-like finish and metal design help to elevate its look, while its Intel Pentium Gold 4417U dual-core 2.3 Ghz processor works to improve its speed. This model is equipped with a 15.6-inch FHD IPS micro-edge WLED-backlit touchscreen display with ultra-thin bezels along with 4GB RAM and 64GB hard drive. While that's not too much space to store files on, you can use a 128GB microSD card to add twice the storage for just $20 right now.
Chromebooks don't come with all the random programs and bloatware that you'll find when you buy a new Windows computer. With their streamlined approach, they can boot up much quicker and help you get to the task at hand faster. This model even comes with access to the Google Play store, which isn't actually available on all Chromebooks. That means you'll be able to download Android apps directly to this Chromebook just like you would any Android phone or tablet, along with games, movies, music, and more.
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