If you’re in the market for a Chromebook (and why shouldn’t you be?) the sheer number of models and types can be a little daunting. The folks at Starry Hope have put together a tool that will help you quickly compare and get details on the specs that matter to you.
After all, Chromebooks are great for portable, web-focused workers, but they’re also useful for students who may want an affordable, powerful laptop for class. The comparison tool itself (over at the link below) is simple enough — you can filter for manufacturer or brand if you prefer; move a slider to only see Chromebooks with more than 2, 4 or 8+ GB of RAM or 16/32GB of onboard storage; click to only see models with full HD displays and select between Intel and ARM Chromebooks.
If you want a touchscreen Chromebook, you can toggle that condition on or off as well, choose only USB-C models or even drill down to something as specific as models with backlit keyboards. All in all, it’s a pretty robust tool, and takes into account virtually every spec that will matter when you’re shopping for one. Once you find a few models you like, click them one at a time to build out the comparison chart at the bottom of the page, and then you can look over an apples-to-apples chart that runs down the features of each one, including the price.
Chromebook Comparison and 2016 Buyer’s Guide [Starry Hope]
Thanks Jim for sending in the tip!
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