Google has started selling the Acer Chromebook 14 as well as the 2016 edition of the Chromebook 11 through its official online store in the US and Canada. While the former carries a price tag of $300, the latter sets you back $180.
The Chromebook 14 is powered by a quad-core processor, and sports a 14-inch 1080p display. It comes with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. The Chromebook 11 (2016), on the other hand, is powered by a dual-core processor, and sports an 11.6-inch 1366x768 pixel resolution display. RAM is 2GB, while internal memory is 16GB.
Both Chromebooks come with free 100GB Google Drive storage for two years.
Android apps is coming to Chrome OS very soon be patient.
Why Chromebook? Why not Android laptops instead? They're both Google, anyway.
Nope. It's even better than crApple's Macbook Air. crApple's notebooks should be worth $300 at best, crApple is just milking it's Sheeps by fooling them with it's simplistic marketing jargon.