Chromebooks are great laptops for users of all ages, but they're especially great for kids because they tend to be less expensive, and they're hard for kids to catastrophically corrupt. So these are the best Chromebooks for kids of all ages and skill levels.
ASUS’s Chromebooks have been some of the most durable and dependable on the market, and with the ASUS Chromebook Flip C5336, it’s taking its lessons with last year’s C436 to make a premium Chromebook at a reasonable price.
Chrome OS tablets and detachables are a severely underserved section of the Chromebook market, one that the Lenovo Duet has cornered for the last year. ASUS is now getting in on the action with the Detachable CM3, which packs a two-way kickstand and a bigger screen for $350.
When looking for a family-friendly Chromebook device, you'll likely be tempted away from older, clunkier 2-in-1s by the siren song of the Lenovo Chromebook Duet. While there are some benefits to classroom-hardened Chromebooks like the ASUS Flip C214, there are a dozen reasons why the Duet is a better value and a better fit for most families.
New Chromebooks pop out of the January snow like daisies most years, but with so few at CES, you might be wondering where they're debuting instead. Meet BETT, the education trade show where the cool and affordable Chromebooks are hanging out this year.
These two mid-range Chromebooks have similar price points, keyboards, 2-in-1 designs, ports, and battery life, and are among the best Chromebooks available today. Since both are so similar, this guide should help you decide which one to choose.
More and more Chromebooks are making their way to the masses and that includes businesses and classrooms. With so many new versions becoming available, it's important to not forget that ASUS helped to lead the way and these are the best ASUS Chromebooks that you can get today!