The list below shows the latest Chromebooks that we have in the database. To be listed here, a Chromebook must be lightweight (generally under 1.3KG / 2.8lb) or focused on mobility in some other way. For example, rugged enough to be a travel PC.
Click through for detailed information on each Chromebook and ChromeOS tablet including processor and memory information, links to reviews, videos and a selection of alternatives. We update our database regularly so check back here for the latest Chromebooks.
Recent Chromebooks (from about 2017 onwards) have the ability to run Android apps from the Google Play Store. Although many apps aren’t optimised for the big screen it adds an element of ‘discovery.’ In some cases the apps work extremely well on the bigger screen and high-end processors.
Don’t forget these important points when considering any ChromeOS system:
ChromeOS has a Linux subsystem and Linux app support.
Chromebooks support Android apps natively
A Chromebook can easily be managed remotely
You can reset a Chromebook in about 60 seconds
Mobile PCs from the Database:
Google Pixel Slate, 725gm The first of the Google tablet-focused ChromeOS PCs aiming at entry-level computing to high-level processing, all on the Chrome operating system with Android app capability and Chrome OS optimisations for the tablet. It competes with many mobile PCs and yet doesn't use a classic desktop operating system. We've always liked the simplicity, security and stability of Chrome OS and the breadth of Android apps within it so if you're not focused on video editing, this could be an efficient choice of PC. We like the fact that there's a 48Wh battery in this, and it weighs just 725 gramms. This is one of the lightest 12.3-inch tablets you can buy with that sort of battery capacity.
Acer Chromebook 14, 1542gm The Acer Chromebook 14 is a relatively powerful Chromebook with 32 GB storage and 4 GB RAM. A Full HD screen and the dual-band AC WiFi will help productivity. Long batery life. (12 hours manufacturer rating.)
Acer Chromebook 11 CB3-131, 1100gm The new Chromebook 11 inch CB3-131?s cover is made with a nano-imprinted pattern which gives it a premium look and feel while also boosting durability. The Chromebook 11 has been reinforced like Acer?s models for commercial and educational customers to handle stressful environments. It can handle up to 60kg of downward force on the top cover, while the corners can tolerate up to 60cm drops without damage. The reinforced case results in greater resistance to twisting and stress. Security is a key benefit of the Chrome OS file integrity is checked each boot. It is expected to be $180.
Toshiba CB30-B-104, 1350gm This Toshiba CB30 Chromebook model has a full HD IPS screen and its weight is ok for a 13.3 inch laptop but it's price may not be. The speaker system has been tuned by Skullcandy - is this is good thing? There is 100GB of cloud storage for 2 years and of course you get Google Docs as an office suite as well as the Chrome apps from the Web store.
Lenovo 100S Chromebook, 1200gm Lenovo have introduced a toughened low end Chromebook the 100S with a Celeron N2840 cpu and usual 2GB/16GB ram and storage with options up to a 4GB/32GB configuration. It has a lower resolution 1366x768 screen but does have ac wifi.
Hisense Chromebook, 1040gm The Hisense Chromebook is a budget device with just enough going for it inside to provide reasonable performance with its Chinese made Rockchip ARM processor. This model, along with the similar Haier Chromebook are lowering the price bar for workable laptops.
Currently available at Walmart and costs $149.
Dell Chromebook 11, 1245gm Dell's new for 2015 education sector focused Chromebook 11 is lightweight, comes in 3 flavours - 2/4GB RAM and touch and non-touch screens. It's built for daily school and college life having a reinforced hinge so should more able to survive drops and spills. It has a claimed battery life of up to a 10 hours but this is supported by a high capacity battery (43Whr).
Asus Chromebook Flip, 900gm The Asus Chromebook Flip is the world's first 10" convertible Chromebook with a full metal chassis, so a user can go from laptop to tablet form factor in a flip. Chrome OS has been optimized for touch with features such as Google Now, voice recognition, and virtual keyboard handwriting. The Flip is powered by a Rockchip quad-core processor with 2GB/4GB RAM. It has a 10-finger multi-touch screen, with a comfortable wide key-pitch keyboard and all-day mobile ability. Dual band WiFi AC and bluetooth 4.0 support. Durabilty is helped by being carved from a single block of aluminum and the power supply and SoC combination seems duarable as up to 13 hours usage is claimed.
Asus Chromebook C210, 504gm The cheap ASUS Chromebook C201 is a lightweight, compact and very portable notebook with an 11.6-inch display so with its claimed 13 hour battery life partly due to the Rockchip 3288 SoC energy efficiency - designed for everyday all-day on-the-go computing! Virus protection and auto-updates built-in, so users can always get the latest protection and latest features. The notebook also has a large touchpad with gesture recognition and a 100% full-size keyboard with high-quality key mechanism.
Acer Chromebook 15 C910, 2200gm The Acer Chromebook 15 C910 is the largest screen Chromebook and has some unique and defining features. Apart from it being the first Chromebook with a 15.6-inch IPS full HD display, it is also the first Chromebook with the latest Intel processor based on Broadwell. Also notable are the 4GB RAM, dual band AC wifi.
It will be interesting to see how the market picks up on this Chromebook. It may be too heavy these days for portability but there are a lot of 15.6 inch laptops out there being used as desktop replacements.
Nexian Chromebook, 1500gm For the Indian market to help push Chrome OS in Asia.
Gmail Offline and Google Docs let you keep working when you?re not connected to the internet. The 4200 mAh battery gives up to 8 hours.
Designed for educational and business purposes.
Similar to the Xolo Chromebook and others!
Xolo Chromebook, 1150gm Indian smart devices company Xolo have introduced a Chrome OS laptop at around the $200 mark (conversion from rupees only). Fast, sleek and easy is the strap line and it does look it. It's aimed at students, has the RK3288 quad core Rockchip powering it, AC wifi and ability to switch between multiple accounts.
Acer Chromebook 15, 2000gm The CB3-531 is another cheap large screen low res Chromebook which will be great for using for web browsing, document editing on/offline, email and using many (but not all) Android apps and hopefully will withstand a lot of use out and about.
Haier Chromebook 11, 1090gm The Haier Chromebook 11 has a claimed boot time of up 8 seconds and battery life of 10 hours, it has auto-updates built-in, meaning the latest virus protection and features are immediately available. Light at just over 1kg. Unusually for a laptop a quad core Rockchip processor (Cortex A17) is employed. This will currently be the lowest priced Chromebook.
Google Chromebook Pixel (2015), 1500gm The new Google Chromebook Pixel 2015 comes in the same size and weight as the older one we know. With now a standard of 8GB of RAM and an Intel Core i5 Broadwell U Processor running at 2.2GHz this machine has some serious power to offer. If this isn't enough for you there is a Core i7 version running at 2.4GHz supported by 16GB of RAM and 64GB of Storage. The regular i5 version comes with 32GB Storage and both versions include 1TB of Google Drive storage free for 3 Years. In terms of ports the Pixel has 2 USB 3.1 Type C ports (these are the reversible ports) which offer HDMI and DisplayPort capabilities via adapters as well as serving as charging ports. Additionally there are 2 USB 3.0 ports, a headphone/mic combo jack and an SD card reader. The 12.85" IPS display with a 3:2 aspect ratio has a 2560x1700 pixels resolution.
Acer C740, 1300gm The Acer C740 Chromebook is the 2015 version of the C720 with Broadwell-generation CPU. Acer have hardened the casing and hinge to make it more rugged for education markets but it still only weighs 1.3 KG.
Acer Chromebook 15, 2200gm Acer are offering the Chromebook 15 with a 5th-generation Core i3 or Celeron 3205U processor based on the same architecture. The standard model comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and the 1366 x 768 pixel display. 4GB RAM and 32GB storage will be an option. The weight of the Acer Chromebook 15 is 2.2KG making it the heaviest Chromebook on the market but until another 15-inch option comes along (we?re expecting more than one competitor to appear over the next months, if not the next few days) there?s no real comparison.
In terms of performance over the 4th-generation processors we?re not expecting a huge leap. The move to a 14nm process saves energy and allows Turbo Boost (where available) to operate for longer and there could be an improvement in the GPU, but don?t expect massive changes. Video playback battery life might get a boost through the new on-board audio decoder that?s in the Core i3 at least.
Acer C720-3871, 1360gm The Acer C720-3871 Chromebook is based on Intels Haswell platform and offers battery life of up to 8.5hrs. Note this is the Intel Core i3-4005U version with 32GB of SSD Storage, there is another Intel Celeron Version with lower clockspeed. Both come with 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0).
CTL NL6 EDUCATION CHROMEBOOK, 1380gm The CTL NL6 Education Chromebook is a Chromebook built for school environments. It is powered by a quadcore Intel Celeron N2930 supported by 4GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD storage. One interesting thing about the CTL NL6 Chromebook is an attachable magnification lens for the tiltable webcam. General build quality is rugged with a sealed touchpad and water-resistant keyboard. It comes with a carrying handle and has a claimed battery runtime of 9.5hrs. Wireless connections are decent with WiFi a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.0.
Samsung Chromebook 2, 1179gm Samsung adds an Intel Celeron N2840 version to their Chromebook 2 lineup. With WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 this chromebook should be equipped for future usage. Proclaimed battery runtime is at 8hrs. Rest of hardware is standard chromebook specs, 16GB SSD storage and 2GB of RAM.
HP Chromebook 14 Tegra, 1715gm The HP Chromebook 14 (Tegra Version) is based around the NVIDIA Tegra K1 platform. It packs 2GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD Storage. The 14" Display unfortunately just comes with a 1366x768 resolution. The device contains a 37Wh battery, which is supposed to last up to 8hrs. The bigger size comes down to a heavier weight of around 1.71kg.
HP Chromebook 14, 1846gm The HP Chromebook 14 (Celeron Version) is based around the Intel Celeron 2955U processor. It packs 2GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD Storage. The 14" Display unfortunately just comes with a 1366x768 resolution. The device contains a 51Wh battery. The bigger size comes down to a heavier weight of around 1.85kg.
Acer Chromebook 13 CB5, 1501gm The Acer Chromebook 13 CB5 is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 platform. With 4GB of RAM 32GB of SSD Storage and a 13.3" Full HD Display this offers a good complete package. Note that this is a ARM processor, so battery life is good (10+ hrs) while processing power is a little less than regular (x86) processors.
HP Chromebook 11 G3, 1280gm The HP Chromebook 11 G3 comes in some different variations. There is an 4G option available. All models feature a USB 3.0 port and a standard 2.0 port. A fullsize HDMI port and SD card reader are also included. The HP Chromebook 11 G3 is powered by an Intel Celeron N2830 processor with a 7. gen Intel HD Graphics.
Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB35, 1360gm The Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB35-B3340 is a Baytrail based fanless Chromebook equipped with 4GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD Storage. Battery life is stated to be 9hrs. It features a 13.3" FullHD screen and supports WiFi ac. Though there are some models like the Dell Chromebook 11 based on Intels Haswell platform with more power and longer lasting battery life, this device comes at a very reasonable price point.
Toshiba Chromebook CB30, 1500gm Toshiba enters the Chromebook arena with the Toshiba Chromebook CB30. It comes with a 13.3" non-touch display, 2GB RAM and 16GB SSD Storage. Powered by the Intel Celeron 2955U dualcore processor clocked at 1.4GHz it offers enough power for surfing the web and using webapps on ChromeOS. Toshiba claims a battery runtime of up to 8.5 hours.
Dell Chromebook 11, 1315gm The Dell Chromebook 11 brings ChromeOS to Dells lineup. It comes with standard ChromeOS features like 2GB RAM, 16GB SSD and long battery runtime of up to 10 hours. Note that there is a 4GB RAM version available. It has a full size HDMI port for screen mirroring, two USB2.0 Ports, SD card reader and a mic/headphone jack.
Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook, 1500gm The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook comes with a 360? foldable display. It is powered by Intels Celeron N2930 Processor clocked at 1.83GHz and comes with 4GB of RAM. 16GB of built in flash-storage are okay for ChromeOS, however we would have loved to see a 32GB version of it aswell. Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 are handy features for connectivity.
Lenovo N20p Chromebook, 1297gm The Lenovo N20p Chromebook is a unique Chromebook with its 270-degree foldable screen. It offers you the possibility to use it regularly or as in stand mode. Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 brings good connectivity options. In terms of ports there is USB 3.0, USB 2.0, combo audio jack for mic and headphones, SD cardreader and HDMI out. Baterry life has been tested (see full review) and performance figures are below.
Acer Chromebook CB3, 1100gm The Acer Chromebook CB3 is based on Intels Baytrail Celeron N2830 processor. With 2GB of RAM and 16GB eMMC Storage it follows ChromeOS standards. Acer claims battery runtimes of up to 8hrs. We like the supported Wifi AC for fast wireless connections. This machine has no fans so noise will not be an issue.
Acer C720 Chromebook, 1360gm The Acer C720 Chromebook is based on Intels Haswell platform and offers battery life of up to 8.5hrs. Note there is a version with 32GB of SSD Storage also available. Both come with 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0).
Acer C720P Chromebook, 1360gm The Acer C720P Chromebook is one of the first low cost touchscreen-enabled Chromebooks out there. Based on Intels Haswell platform it offers battery life of up to 7.5hrs. Note there is a version with 4GB of RAM also available at a higher pricepoint. Storagewise as normal with Chromebooks comes a small 32GB SSD but 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0)
Acer Chromebook 13, 1500gm The Acer Chromebook 13 is powered by NVIDIA Tegra K1 Quad Core ARM Cortex A15 Processor. Being powered by an ARM processor brings the advantage of battery runtimes of up to 13 hours. With Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi AC it brings with all the wireless standards one needs. The Device also features 2 USB 3.0 Ports and an HDMI port.
ASUS Chromebook C300, 1406gm This 13.3-inch Chromebook has some competition but thanks to a large battery should have great battery life. Like the ASUS C200 this is a well-built Chromebook with solid specifications. Performance isn't class-leading and the screen resolution might put some off.
ASUS Chromebook C200, 1133gm An incredibly good value Chromebook with style and battery life on its side. It's silent too. The Baytrail-M procesing platform has it's limits so if you're into serious web-application usage you might want to look at the Acer C720 running on the Haswell-architechture platform but for casual use it's quick and easy-going. Chromebooks have their limits but the list of issues get shorter as time goes by.
Google Chromebook Pixel, 1520gm The Chromebook Pixel is a touch-enabled Laptop running Google's Chrome OS.
It weighs 1.52 kg and has a stunning 2560 by 1700 pixels 12.85 inch display. Unlike its predecessors this Chromebook comes with a lot processing power, offered by the Intel Core i5 Ivy Bridge processor. With 64GB SSD Storage and 1TB of Cloud Storage it focuses clearly on heavy cloud usage. With a built in SIM Card Slot it offers 3G support for internet on the go. Combining the 59Wh battery with the powersavings of Chrome OS this means some long lasting sessions on one charge.
Lenovo ThinkPad X131e Chromebook, 1800gm The Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook has just been announced and it combines Google's Chrome OS with Lenovo's Rugged casings. Hardware-wise it is based on the already-existing x131e, however this system is built solely upon Intel's hardware - no AMD option here.
Acer C7 Chromebook, 1400gm The all new Acer C7 Chromebook is a very interesting low cost Chromebook coming at a prices lower than the Samsung ARM-based Chromebook. With its Intel Celeron 867 Processor it boosts the Chromebook to a whole new level. While the ARM Chromebook tries to set new standards for batterylife, this Chromebook comes with an average batterylife of about 3.5hrs. Additionally to the 320GB HDD it comes with 100GB Cloud Storage from Google. Nothing special portwise but it delivers the ports one would expect from a laptop (except the lacking SD-Card slot).
Samsung Chromebook, 1100gm The all new Samsung Chromebook (Exynos 5) is a new Chromebook running on an ARM Cortex A15 platform. It comes at a sub 250$ price point to the US. Europe seems to pass on that device. With a 3G option and a very attractive 1.1kg weight this chromebook can be a companion for travelling around the globe. Google and Samsung are claiming a battery life of up to 6.3 hours.
Samsung Series 5 550 Chromebook, 1369gm The Samsung Series 5 550 Chromebook is the latest model of Chromebooks and has 3G connection. It has Wi-Fi a/b/g/n and Gigabit Ethernet. With its 6800mAh battery it is said to last for up to 6 hours. At roughly 1.4kg it is a bit heavier than most Ultrabooks however still lighter than normal laptops.