The Chromebook for October

A Chromebook is a PC that runs Chrome OS, a working framework that uses a Web program (Chrome) as its essential interface and spotlights on Web applications and online stockpiling. A Chromebook is perfect for somebody who invests all their registering energy in a program browsing email and informal organizations, working in Google's application suite or in other Web applications, and shuffling heaps of tabs. A Chromebook additionally makes a decent stripped down auxiliary PC in the event that you as of now have a workstation or a work area and incline toward a conventional PC with a console to a touchscreen-first iPad.

The Best Chromebook

On the off chance that you can't survive without work area applications like Microsoft Office, a work area email customer, or photograph or video-altering programming, a Chromebook isn't for you. Many email and office suites have program based options like Office 365, and Android application bolster implies you can utilize Microsoft's Office applications, accept a Skype call, or run Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop Express, and other Creative Cloud applications to alter the intermittent photograph. Be that as it may, in case you're reluctant or unfit to change to program or Android application adaptations, adhere to a Mac or Windows PC.

Chromebooks need an Internet association for most assignments, however they do bolster some disconnected alternatives for Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar, and Keep, just as disconnected playback of motion pictures, music, and a few games. What's more, an assortment of disconnected applications are accessible through the Chrome Web Store.

In the event that you can't survive without work area applications like Microsoft Office, a work area email customer, or photograph or video-altering programming, a Chromebook isn't for you.

Most Chromebooks have between 16 GB and 64 GB of nearby stockpiling, yet Google urges Chromebook proprietors to live in the cloud, giving 100 GB of free Google Drive stockpiling for a long time. (When your two years are up, you'll have to pay to keep that Drive space. At the present time, 100 GB costs $2 every month.) Most Chromebooks likewise incorporate USB ports and a SD or microSD card space that you can use to grow capacity.

How we picked

A heap of four chromebooks of various hues before a block divider.

Photograph: Sarah Kobos

A Chromebook shouldn't be particularly incredible or look extravagant, yet on the off chance that moderate execution, poor battery life, a loathsome screen, or a terrible console or trackpad impedes your utilizing the Internet like an ordinary individual, the Chromebook has fizzled at its solitary occupation.

Execution: Good-enough execution implies 4 GB of RAM; a 6th , seventh-, or eighth-age Intel processor; and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. In the previous five years of testing Chromebooks, we've discovered that Chromebooks that have under 4 GB of memory or keep running on N-arrangement Celerons and Pentiums or ARM-based processors from Samsung, Nvidia, or Rockchip, or on AMD's seventh-age A4 and A6 processors, are agonizing to use because of moderate stacking tabs and baffling composing delays.

Value: Nowadays, Chromebooks that meet our presentation necessities cost in any event $500; that value keeps on crawling upward in light of the fact that makers are concentrating on more pleasant, better-made Chromebooks for a great many people, pointing the less expensive models at schools. Only a couple of years prior it was conceivable to get a $350 Chromebook with a tolerable processor, and we wish producers would make more affordable alternatives with great processors accessible to ordinary individuals rather than simply instructive foundations.

Console and trackpad: A console and trackpad ought to be sufficient not to impede your work. An illuminated console is a decent extravagance, and most Chromebooks over $400 have them.

Battery life: A Chromebook should keep going for an entire eight-hour day of classes or work so you don't need to chase for an outlet or be left with a dead PC.

Size and weight: The lighter and progressively minimized a workstation is, the simpler it is to carry on a plane, to a café, or to class. Also, for Chromebooks with 360-degree convertible pivots, being lighter—typically under 3 pounds—makes them simpler to hold in tablet mode.

Screen: A 1920×1080 goals is perfect for a 13-to 15-inch screen—any higher does not merit the exchange off in battery life, and any lower looks recognizably more regrettable. A 1366×768 goals is progressively worthy on a 11-inch screen. The screen should utilize IPS innovation, not TN, since IPS offers much better review edges and is more shading precise.

Touchscreen and 360-degree pivot: We like to see a touchscreen and a 360-degree pivot for our top picks, particularly since most new Chromebooks run Android applications, and an included stylus is a decent reward. Since those highlights include cost, we don't require them for our spending pick.

Ports: We acknowledge when a Chromebook incorporates both USB-C ports and customary USB-A ports to associate more seasoned peripherals.

Android application support: Pretty much all new Chromebooks now bolster Android applications, which means you can make a video approach Skype, alter photographs in Lightroom, visit in Facebook Messenger, or play Hearthstone. Not all applications scale well on a PC screen however—a few, as Facebook Messenger, are constrained to a little telephone measured and - formed window. Others aren't steady and can misbehave or crash. Android applications on Chromebooks are especially a work in progress and expect designers to refresh their applications to run and scale appropriately on a PC. Google hasn't had a lot of accomplishment over the past half-decade getting engineers to improve their applications for Android tablets, so while they're a helpful expansion, we don't prescribe purchasing a Chromebook exclusively to run Android applications.

How we tried

We lived with each Chromebook for in any event one entire day of work to figure out the console, trackpad, screen, and speakers, just as for every PC's certifiable presentation. We likewise gushed music, worked in enormous Google Drive spreadsheets and content records, and focused on baffling and mistake initiating information slack while composing in Google Docs. We watched spilling video on Netflix or Hulu, and played in any event one match of Hearthstone to figure out stacking times and juddery livelinesss.

We accumulated outcomes from the JetStream 2 and SunSpider benchmarks, joined with our genuine testing, to feature the exhibition hole isolating ARM-controlled Chromebooks, those with Intel's ultra low-voltage portable processors, and models with workstation class Intel chips.1

To test the battery life of each Chromebook, we utilized a redid form of the Chromium battery test intended to imitate ordinary perusing conduct. The initial 60 percent of the test includes stacking another site each moment, looking down and back up the page. The following 20 percent of the test stacks a Gmail tab with sound spilling in a foundation tab. For the following 10 percent, the Chromium test loads different Google Docs things; the last 10 percent of the test plays a full-screen YouTube video at 720p. We run the test until each Chromebook bites the dust.

The Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA is extraordinary compared to other Chromebooks ever constructed, with strong execution, a solid trackpad and illuminated console, superb battery life, an open 14-inch screen with little bezels and a minimized body, and both USB-C and USB-A ports to interface new and more seasoned peripherals. The C434 has a 360-degree pivot, however it's too substantial to even think about using serenely in tablet mode. It's costly for a Chromebook, however it merits the cash on the off chance that you intend to utilize your Chromebook a ton.

We suggest the DSM4T model with a 14-inch 1920×1080 IPS touchscreen, an Intel Core m3-8100Y processor, 4 GB of memory, and 64 GB of capacity. Asus likewise offers a DS384T model with 8 GB of RAM for around $600; that is needless excess for a great many people however a decent alternative when our prescribed model costs more than $570 (or on the off chance that you definitely know you're a tab beast whose work process requires more memory).

The Flip C434's console and trackpad are both dependable and responsive. The silver keys, joined with the white backdrop illumination, make the console legends hard to peruse in a sufficiently bright room, yet they're helpful in obscurity. This is a minor issue—simply cripple the backdrop illumination if there's sufficient light to see the keys.

A nearby of the c343's console.

The C434's white backdrop illumination and silver keys can make the legends difficult to find in a sufficiently bright room, however the structure functions admirably in obscurity. Photograph: Sarah Kobos

The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 endured 13 hours and 13 minutes in our battery test, perhaps the best outcome we've found in a Chromebook. It'll positively last an entire day, and I've utilized it for a considerable length of time of café cooperating without agonizing over the battery by any stretch of the imagination. The main Chromebook we've tried for this present year with longer battery life is the HP Chromebook x360 14, which outperformed the C434 by about 30 minutes.

For a workstation with a 14-inch screen, the C434 is amazingly conservative and simple to bear, estimating 12.6 by 8 by 0.6 inches and gauging 3.2 pounds. The HP Chromebook x360 14, which has a similar screen size, is eminently bigger at 12.8 by 8.9 by 0.6 inches and a large portion of a pound heavier.

A top down perspective on the c434 in tablet mode.

The 14-inch screen is incredible for profitability, however the minor bezels and heavier weight make the C434 hard to use in tablet mode. Photograph: Sarah Kobos

I adored working and watching appears on the C434's extensive, 14-inch screen—it's enormous enough to easily explore spreadsheets or even to work with two windows next to each other. The Flip C302 and the Samsung Chromebook Pro's 12-inch screens were too confined to even think about accommodating that kind of work.

The Flip C434's touchscreen is convenient for the infrequent Android application, and it has a 360-degree pivot that enables you to flip the screen around to utilize the workstation as a tablet. Be that as it may, it's awkwardly overwhelming to use in tablet mode, and the screen's modest bezels make it hard to hold without accidentally contacting the showcase. The little bezels are totally worth the exchange off for an increasingly minimal workstation and a progressively vivid screen, however.

The C434 has every one of the ports a great many people need on a Chromebook. It can charge through both of its two USB-C ports. It has one USB-A port for associating more seasoned peripherals just as an earphone jack, and it additionally has a microSD space for extended stockpiling. The Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA has ensured update support through June 2024, and it accompanies a one-year producer's guarantee and 100 GB of Google Drive stockpiling for a long time.

Imperfections yet not dealbreakers

At $570, the C434 is costly, and even its deal cost of $530 is as yet costly for a Chromebook. As referenced in How we picked, a couple of years back you could get an incredible Chromebook for just $350. Tragically, these days all extraordinary Chromebooks are excessively costly; makers are either selling their less expensive models legitimately to schools or burdening them with frustratingly moderate processors.

In spite of its significant expense for a Chromebook, the Flip C434 feels increasingly like a $1,000 ultrabook, and it's a greatly improved an incentive than a spending Windows PC that would have a creaky case, poor battery life, a frightful screen, and a turning hard drive. We'd like to see increasingly moderate alternatives with better than average processors—and we'll be trying a couple for our next update—yet until that occurs, it merits spending extra for the C434.

At 3.2 pounds, the C434 is light enough to bear, however it's too substantial to even consider using serenely in tablet mode. The two its antecedent, the Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA, and the Samsung Chromebook Pro are lighter and simpler to hold as tablets at 2.65 and 2.4 pounds individually.

The Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA is just about two years more seasoned than the C434TA, however regardless it has strong execution, an agreeable illuminated console and a responsive trackpad, a battery that keeps going a full workday, and a light, smaller body. Besides, it's around $100 more affordable than its successor, the Flip C434. Be that as it may, the C302CA has a littler, progressively confined touchscreen, no USB-A ports, and its update bolster will run out almost two years sooner, in November 2022. A great many people will think that its merits paying more for the C434.

We prescribe the DHM4 model with a 12.5-inch 1920×1080 IPS touchscreen, an Intel Core m3-6Y30 processor, 4 GB of memory, and 64 GB of capacity.

A nearby of the Flip Chromebook's illuminated console.

The Flip's console backdrop illumination is a decent convenience that some Chromebooks need. Photograph: Michael Hession

The console is agreeable, responsive, and not very confined to type on, in addition to it has a brilliant, flexible backdrop illumination. The C302's trackpad feels smooth and is precise and responsive most by far of the time—we encountered some postponed and dropped inputs when we previously tried it, however haven't experienced the issue regularly since.

In our battery-life test, the Flip C302CA endured 10 hours and 36 minutes. All our different picks have longer battery life: the Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA kept going 13 hours, 13 minutes; the HP Chromebook 14 x360 endured 13 hours, 49 minutes; and the Acer Chromebook 11 C771T endured 12 hours, 12 minutes. More battery life is in every case better, however the majority of our picks will get you through an entire day at work or school or a crosscountry flight.

The Asus Chromebook Flip gauges 2.65 pounds and measures 12 by 8.3 by 0.6 inches. It's little and light contrasted and the challenge—it's about a large portion of a pound lighter than the Flip C434 and a lot simpler to hold in tablet mode therefore.

A Flip Chromebook flipped open framing a tent like shape, screen confronting outward, on a work area.

The Flip has a 360-degree pivot that enables the screen to, well, flip. Photograph: Michael Hession

The 12.5-inch touchscreen is somewhat littler than we'd like. Bigger screens like the Flip C434's and HP Chromebook 14 x360's offer more space to work, while the additional vertical space on the Samsung Chromebook Pro is progressively valuable for Web perusing. Like the Flip C434, the C302 likewise has a 360-degree pivot that enables you to flip the screen around to utilize the PC as a tablet or in any middle of the road position.

The Flip Chromebooks two USB-C ports on the correct edge of its body.

The Flip is light on ports, with just two USB-C ports and a microSD card space. Photograph: Michael Hession

The Flip C302CA can charge from both of its two USB-C ports, in addition to it has a microSD space and an earphone jack. However, it doesn't have any USB-A ports for your current frill. We suggest getting two or three USB-C to USB-A connectors or a center point for more gadgets in the event that you need more ports, or utilizing its Bluetooth association for gadgets that help it.

A view concentrating on the power and volume controls situated on the left half of the Flip Chromebook.

The Flip has a volume rocker and a power button along the left side for helpful access in tablet mode. Photograph: Michael Hession

The Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA has ensured update support through November of 2022, almost two years not exactly the Flip C434TA and HP Chromebook x360 14, which will be upheld through June of 2024. The C302CA accompanies a one-year producer's guarantee and 100 GB of Google Drive stockpiling for a long time.

At the point when it's marked down for $450 or less (and it as often as possible is!), the HP Chromebook x360 14 is an incredible worth. Be that as it may, if it's more costly than that, we suggest the Flip C434. The x360 has strong execution, an extraordinary console and trackpad, and throughout the day battery life—about on a par with the C434. However, despite the fact that the x360 has a 14-inch, 1920×1080 IPS touchscreen, its thicker bezels make it an a lot bigger, a lot heavier workstation than the 14-inch Flip C434. The HP has Android application support and a 360-degree pivot, yet its bigger size and additional half pound make it inconvenient and nonsensical to use in tablet mode.

Our suggested setup has an Intel Core i3-8130U processor, 8 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of capacity. Those specs are significantly more dominant than the Asus Chromebook Flip C434's, however we couldn't feel a distinction when we utilized each for a few days of work.

The HP's console and trackpad are both dependable, and we discovered its springy keys especially charming to type on. We favored the HP's record blue console over the Flip C434's modest looking silver keys, however they're both responsive and agreeable.

A nearby of the console on the hp chromebook.

The x360's backdrop illumination is charming, and its keys are smart and pleasant to type on. Photograph: Sarah Kobos

The HP Chromebook x360 14 has the best battery life we've found in a Chromebook, enduring 13 hours and 49 minutes in our test. Be that as it may, its size and weight make it less helpful to bear than different picks. The x360 measures 12.8 by 8.9 by 0.6 inches (around an inch bigger than the Asus Flip C434) and gauges 3.7 pounds, a large portion of a pound more than the C434.

Like the Asus C434, the x360 has a roomy 14-inch 1920×1080 IPS touchscreen, yet its thicker bezels make the entire PC recognizably bigger. This additional mass and weight make the x360 less compact and helpful to use in tablet mode than the C434, in spite of its touchscreen and 360-degree pivot.

The x360 has precisely the same ports as the Flip C434: two USB-C ports, one USB-A port, an earphone jack, and a microSD card opening. We found the power button on the left side somewhat soft and hard to press. The HP Chromebook x360 14 has ensured update support through June 2024, and it accompanies a one-year producer's guarantee and 100 GB of Google Drive stockpiling for a long time.

The best modest Chromebook right currently is the Acer Chromebook 11 C771T on the grounds that it's ground-breaking enough for ordinary work and most Android applications, in addition to it has a good (however little) touchscreen, throughout the day battery life, and strong form quality. It's solid and has a spill-confirmation console and a wide choice of more seasoned ports, so it's a decent decision for understudies (for whom it's planned). The C771T's console and trackpad aren't outstanding, however they work. What's more, however we wish it had a 360-degree pivot for utilizing Android applications in tablet mode, that is not a urgent element. The C771T is as of now hard to discover in stores, however Acer says it hasn't been stopped; we'll be trying more spending models for our next update.

We prescribe the C1WS arrangement with a 11-inch 1366×768 IPS touchscreen, an Intel Celeron 3855U processor, 4 GB of memory, and 32 GB of capacity. Most Chromebooks at this value level use underpowered processors, hold back on memory, or have horrible screens. Paradoxically, the C771T is prepared to deal with all that you can do on a Chromebook at the present time.

A nearby of the console on our spending pick for best Chromebook.

The Acer's console isn't illuminated or agreeable to type on, however it works—and it's spill-safe. Photograph: Michael Hession

The console is responsive and not hopeless to type on, yet it isn't illuminated like our different picks', and the keys feel solid when squeezed and soft when they hit rock bottom. The Acer's console is spill-safe, however, which is extraordinary for children or anybody inclined to spilling things on their PC. The trackpad is additionally exact and responsive.

The C771T kept going 12 hours and 12 minutes in our battery life test, bounty for an entire day of work or classes. The Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA and HP Chromebook x360 14 have longer battery life—by around an hour and 90 minutes, separately—yet they throughout the entire last enough.

Our spending pick for best Chromebook sitting shut on a work area.

The C771T is strong, with rubber treated edges to ensure the PC against drops, knocks, and other maltreatment. Photograph: Michael Hession

The C771T estimates 11.7 inches wide, 8.2 inches down, and 0.8 inches thick, and it gauges 3 pounds, contrasted with the Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA's components of 12.6 by 8 by 0.6 inches and 3.2 pounds. They're comparative in size and weight, however the C434 crushes in a 14-inch 1080p screen contrasted with the Acer's 11.6-inch, 1366×768-goals show.

Acer fabricated the Chromebook 11 C771T to withstand maltreatment from understudies. This variant of the Chromebook 11 has rubber treated edges to ensure the workstation in the event that you drop it. The case feels firm and solid, and it doesn't flex at all when shut; the console bows under strain and the cover can be flexed when the PC is open, yet we expect the PC will hold up well to long stretches of being hurled in a pack.

The asus sat alongside the c434 chromebook.

The C771T's screen is extraordinary for a modest Chromebook, yet it's a lot littler than the C434's. Photograph: Sarah Kobos

The C771T's screen is the best we've seen on a Chromebook this modest. The 11-inch 1366×768-goals show is littler than we'd like, however in any event it's a striking, fresh IPS board. Most Chromebooks in this value range use TN boards, which have poor review edges, don't get extremely brilliant, and wash out hues, making them hard to differentiate.

The touch show's gleaming surface feels somewhat shabby and can be hard to drag fingers over, yet reflects less glare than glass-secured touchscreens. The Acer Chromebook 11 C771T underpins Android applications, yet it does not have a 360-degree pivot—it can just crease open to a level 180 degrees—so you can't flip the screen around to utilize the workstation as a tablet.

The machine has a decent determination of ports: a HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C charging port, a microSD space, an earphone and-amplifier combo jack, and a Noble lock opening. It additionally bolsters double band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2.

The C771T accompanies a one-year maker's guarantee and 100 GB of Google Drive stockpiling for a long time. Be that as it may, it just has ensured update support through November 2022, so you might need to consider spending more for the Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA or the HP Chromebook x360 14, which both will be bolstered through June 2024.

What to anticipate

Google reported the Pixelbook Go at its October equipment occasion. It gauges 2.3 pounds and starts at $650 for a Core m3 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 64 GB of capacity, and a 13-inch 1920x1080 touchscreen. We intend to test it for our next update.

Asus discreetly propelled the Asus Chromebook Flip C433 and Chromebook C425, and we'll be trying both soon. The HP Chromebook 15 looks encouraging, with an adequate processor and a beginning cost of $450. We intend to test it against our spending picks when it's accessible.

The Acer Chromebook 714 has specs like those of the HP Chromebook 15, and we intend to test the $500 base model against our picks.

We additionally plan to test the Acer Chromebook Spin 512 to perceive how its Intel Pentium N5000 processor holds up in ordinary work.

At around $700 generally, the Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 has been unreasonably costly for us to prescribe. In any case, the cost has now dropped to around $530 for an Intel Core i3-8130U processor, 8 GB of memory, and a 15-inch 1920×1080 screen, so we intend to test it and to refresh this guide with our discoveries.

The challenge

The Samsung Chromebook Pro with Backlit Keyboard was our past next in line pick, on account of its strong exhibition, light and minimal body, and its tall, high-goals touchscreen that is advantageous for Web perusing and full-screen Android applications. Be that as it may, it's costly at around $600 and its battery life is shorter than the majority of our picks, enduring 9 hours and 48 minutes in our test. Its update support likewise runs out in November 2022, so it's just worth purchasing if our picks are inaccessible and it's at a bargain for $500 or less.

The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 has a 360-degree pivot, a touchscreen, and a stylus, in addition to a decent trackpad, a USB-A port, and a full work day of battery life. In any case, contrasted and the comparably evaluated Samsung Chromebook Pro, the Plus is about a large portion of a pound heavier, which is recognizable in every day use. Its top is hard to open, and it comes up short on an illuminated console. We additionally favored the Pro's taller, higher-goals screen.

Google's Pixelbook is the best Chromebook ever constructed, yet it costs almost double the cost of the Asus Chromebook Flip C434TA, and a great many people shouldn't spend that much. The Pixelbook is a stunningly dainty and light 12.3-inch convertible with the best console and trackpad we've tried in any Chromebook. Yet, it begins at $1,000 for a setup with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD—however we've seen it on special for somewhere in the range of $600 and $750. Its battery life likewise falls a few hours shy of our way less expensive picks. The Pixelbook Pen isn't worth $100 extra.

The Acer Chromebook 13 and its convertible partner, the Acer Chromebook Spin 13, start at around $700. In case you're paying that much, you ought to get the way littler and lighter Pixelbook.

Dell's Inspiron Chromebook 14 2-in-1 is recognizably bigger than our picks and weighs around 4 pounds. Its battery won't last an entire day.

Google's Pixel Slate is a costly 12.3-inch Chrome OS tablet that starts at $800 for our suggested specs, in addition to an extra $200 for a console. The tablet and console case are less advantageous than a workstation to set up and set away, and the delicate, flimsy pivot made working at a confined coffeehouse table troublesome. Also, the Slate and console case together end up observably thicker than the Pixelbook. (Additionally, the Slate doesn't have an earphone jack.) We don't suggest it over different Chromebooks, nor do we prescribe it as a star tablet.

The $600 HP Chromebook x2 has a separable, 12.3-inch show and incorporates a console and pen. It performed well in our tests, and its battery kept going a full workday. Be that as it may, the separable tablet makes for a gawky PC, and the x2 gauges 3.12 pounds with the console. The x2's earphone jack is in an ungainly area—on the upper right side in PC mode—and the 3:2 tablet viewpoint proportion isn't as wide as that of most workstations, which made it harder to utilize two applications one next to the other and even meddled with full-screen Google Docs. We don't yet observe a convincing motivation to purchase a Chrome OS tablet over a workstation.

We tried the Acer Chromebook 315 with both the AMD A4-9120C and A6-9220C processors, yet we viewed the two processors as unreasonably delayed for regular work. Website pages, records, and spreadsheets all took generally twice as long to stack on these Chromebooks contrasted and our top picks, and the two models were still observably more slow than our spending pick, the Acer C771T.

The silver Acer Chromebook 15 CB515 is bigger and heavier than our different picks, and its Intel Pentium N4200 processor was perceptibly more slow in our tests. For $400, we don't prescribe it over our fundamental or spending picks.

The Acer Chromebook 514 is a smooth, conservative Chromebook with a fair console, a responsive trackpad, and a 14-inch screen with small bezels. Tragically it's restricted by the equivalent Pentium N4200 processor, and in our tests it felt excessively moderate even in light use. It likewise costs around $500, and at that cost the HP Chromebook 14 x360 is better all around.

The Samsung Chromebook Plus has an OP1 ARM processor, which is unreasonably delayed for regular work. With just a couple of tabs open—Gmail, Slack, Google Play Music, a Google Docs thing, and a little spreadsheet—we encountered composing slack and a couple of moments of defer when opening new tabs. It likewise comes up short on a console backdrop illumination, and its battery doesn't keep going as long as our different picks.

The Acer Chromebook 14, Asus Chromebook Flip C213SA, and Acer Chromebook Spin 11 all have Intel N3000-arrangement processors that demonstrated unreasonably delayed for ordinary work. We encountered delays with only a bunch of tabs open.

The Asus Chromebook Flip C101 is a modest, 10.1-inch convertible Chromebook with a Rockchip RK3399 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 16 GB of capacity, and Android application support. In any case, we found that the most recent Rockchip processor is still unreasonably delayed for regular use, and the C101 is excessively little to easily type on.

The Acer Chromebook R 11, Acer Chromebook 11 N7, Asus Chromebook C202SA, Dell Inspiron Chromebook 11 (3181), HP Chromebook 11, HP Chromebook 14, and Samsung Chromebook 3 all have more slow processors.

We didn't think about any Chromebooks with under 4 GB of RAM.

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