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Best Student Chromebooks

The fact that virtually any Chromebook will work for you is one of the advantages of using them. In terms of speed, memory, another factor, screen size, brightness and resolution for practical purposes, there are undeniable variations between them.

For both students and others who work in education, the finest Student Chromebooks offer an economical substitute for Windows or Apple PCs. Students love using Chromebooks, whether they’re starting back at school or continuing their education at home. This is due to a number of factors.

The feature sets of most Chromebooks are comparable. They all run Google’s Chrome OS, which is more user-friendly and lightweight than Windows or macOS. Chromebooks typically don’t have the same processing power as their rivals, but their versatility more than makes up for this. They are perfect for people who are often online because they integrate the Google Play Store and can run a wide range of apps.

A high-quality Chrome OS laptop or two-in-one computer may be more beneficial than an ordinary laptop running Windows or macOS because Chromebooks can now handle a variety of computing needs. Chromebooks can be useful, especially for students who only need a laptop for presentations and movie streaming. Below we have mentioned some of the best Student Chromebooks.

Here is the List of 10 best Student Chromebooks

Acer Chromebook Spin 713

The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is a fantastic value laptop. With its super-sharp 3:2 display, the ability to be converted and its fast performance, it is one of the best Chromebooks around. However, cheaper alternatives can be found, so make sure you want the extra benefits before you spend. Weighing in at 1.5 kg, it offers a good balance between not feeling flimsy and being light enough to fit in your bag when you are traveling. In addition, the 713 is a convertible notebook, which means you can use it as a tablet by flipping the screen over.

Asus Chromebook Detachable CM3

This is all the work of the magnetized case and keyboard that attach to the tablet. By itself, the slate has a standard metallic black finish, but where’s the fun in that? Besides leaving you feeling like you are cracking into a hardbound book from the 18th century, that fabric exterior houses several helpful design elements.

Stripped down to its tablet-only form, the Detachable CM3 comes in at 10.1 x 6.6 x 0.3-inches and 1.1 pounds, while fully clad in its case and keyboard bumps it up to 10.3 x 7 x 0.6-inches and 2 pounds. It can slip into virtually any bag in either form and is still slim and lightweight compared to its competitors.

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook

The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook strikes a perfect balance between tablet portability and Chromebook utility, while maintaining an incredibly low price point and somehow inserting a Lich King battery that refuses to die. The Duet is already far ahead of the competition, but it still has much to offer on the software front.

The Chromebooks now come with a downloadable beta version of a Linux virtual machine, so you can use a real terminal interface and all the Linux software accessible through it. In short, you don’t see such a robust operating system in a tablet.

Acer Chromebook 314

The Acer Chromebook 314 features the standard design principle that made Chromebooks more attractive to many people when they first arrived. According to its specifications, the Acer Chromebook 314 does not have an expensive display, nor a quad-core processor, nor a touchscreen, but Acer promises excellent battery life.

The Acer Chromebook 314 is a sophisticated laptop with a fine plastic chassis. In fact, its design is beautiful enough to be compared to that of some high-end laptops. For added emphasis, the Chromebook 314 is aesthetically adorned with an attractive steel blue livery. The premium material used by Acer to build this laptop makes the entire body sleek and smooth.

HP Chromebook x360 12

The display’s 3:2 ratio provides a 20 percent wider vertical view for browsing web pages or word processing. In addition, the screen feels less narrow and more like a pad of paper when device is held in portrait orientation in the tablet mode. The Chromebook x360 12b combines an aluminum keyboard with a plastic bottom and lid.

The case and keys have a nice ceramic white finish, so the keys contrast nicely with the silver top There is a USB 3.1 Type-C port on either side, so you can plug in the shirt pocket-sized AC adapter from either the left or right. Also on the left edge of the convertible are the microSD card slot, audio jack, and power button.

Dell Chromebook 3100

The Dell Chromebook 3100 2-in-1 is 100% geared towards the classroom, with rubberized edges including a raised rubber ring around the screen lid to avoid any damage if a kid slams the lid shut a little too roughly reinforced ports, and an easy to remove bottom cover should a school’s IT department need to swap out broken parts.

Dell knows exactly how hard kids are on technology, and so it builds a Chromebook that’s more or less life-proof for everyone. The keyboard here is spill-resistant and “pick resistant” because kids will try to pry out keyboard keys, apparently with a resilience that’s supposed to withstand up to 12 ounces of liquid.

Samsung Chromebook 4 11.6

It doesn’t come close to the screen size of the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434, but the 11.6-inch HD screen of the Chromebook 4 is sufficient for novice users. The HD LED display doesn’t have the same sharpness as a Full HD or 4K display, but it’s suitable for watching YouTube or basic browsing.

The Samsung 4 is HD only, not full HD. This means that instead of a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the Chromebook 4 has a resolution of only 1366 x 768 pixels. It will be able to smoothly play 720p videos on YouTube, but won’t be able to accurately render 1080p videos.

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2

The Galaxy 2 has a dimly backlit keyboard, but no privacy shutter for its webcam and no fingerprint reader to let you avoid typing passwords. On the positive side, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth are standard, and the bright red chassis with black keyboard makes it a visual standout, helped by thin screen bezels (except for the thick bottom bezel).

With no HDMI port on the edges of this laptop, you will need a USB Type-C DisplayPort dongle to connect an external monitor. The Samsung has two USB Type-C ports, one on each side; either can accommodate the compact AC adapter. The left edge also offers a volume rocker, a headphone jack, and a microSD card slot. The power button is on the right side.

Acer Chromebook Spin 311

The Spin 311 looks like the Platonic ideal of a Chromebook: thick bezels around the screen, a silver aluminum chassis, and a frame designed to be durable and portable. And the Spin 311 achieves the latter two goals. There is no flexing in any part of the body, including the keyboard and hinges. The screen is also protected by Gorilla Glass, so it should be able to withstand a few drops.

The Spin 311 is tiny, and that’s both a pro and a con. It doesn’t really matter what you do on the machine, it feels cramped. For carrying or occasional use at home, the size of the Spin 311 is not a big problem. For heavy users, however, the limited space is annoying to say the least and at most a hindrance.

Asus Chromebook Flip C436

The Flip C436 has crisp, clean lines, a slim profile, and a sturdy structure. The satin white model (Aerogel White), in particular, is sophisticated and pure. It is also available in Transparent Silver. The underside of the Chromebook is made of magnesium alloy, regardless of the coloring chosen. Chrome accents complete the look. It is thin (13.7 mm thick) and light (2.42 pounds).

The keyboard is acceptable. When you open the C436, the lid tilts slightly. Asus claims that this slight angle helps with typing. The keys have excessive travel and are slightly muscular. In addition, the hue of the backlight almost matches the metallic color of the keys themselves. As a result, the key marks almost disappear.

Final Words

The fact that practically any Chromebook will function for you is one of the advantages of using them. In terms of speed, memory, another factor in speed, screen size, brightness, and resolution for practical purposes, there are undeniable variations between them. But in terms of pure functionality, they all serve the same purpose. Generally speaking, students have greater authority the older they are. On the other hand, a younger child can use a Chromebook as long as it can withstand damage and continue to function.

Amy Hinckley
Amy Hinckley
The Dell Inspiron 15 that her father purchased from QVC sparked the beginning of her interest in technology. At Bollyinside, Amy Hinckley is in charge of content editing. Emma's interests outside of working include going for bike rides, playing video games, and watching football when she's not at her laptop.


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