Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook Go is on sale for dirt cheap in this year-end laptop deal.
Right now, you can get the Intel Celeron model Galaxy Chromebook Go for just $75 directly from Samsung. Typically, it costs $300 so that's a massive $225 off. Historically, this is the Galaxy Chromebook Go's lowest price to date and one of the best Chromebook deals we've tracked all year.
If you have more room in your budget, you can get the Galaxy Chromebook 2 for $449 ($100 off).
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go:
$300 $75 @ Samsung
Save $225 on the Samung Galaxy Chromebook Go. With a weight of 3.2 pounds and a mere 0.6-inches thin, it fits easily into backpacks and luggage. It features a 14-inch (1366 x 768) display, 1.1-GHz Intel Celeron N4500 dual-core CPU, 4GB of RAM, Intel UHD graphics and 32GB of microSD-expandable storage.
Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook Go is one of the best budget laptops around. It's super-portable and runs on Google ChromeOS, so it's easy to use, secure, and boots up fast.
It features a 14-inch (1366 x 768) display, 1.1-GHz Intel Celeron N4500 dual-core CPU, 4GB of RAM and Intel UHD Graphics. There's 32GB of microSD-expandable storage built-in for file and app storage. These specs may not blow you away, however, it's plenty for basic use. This configuration is all you need if you want to create docs, check emails, browse the internet and stream content.
Connectivity-wise, the Galaxy Book Go has a decent amount of ports and slots. It has two USB Type-C ports, a USB3.2 port, microSD card reader and headphone/mic combo jack. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 offer fast and reliable wireless connections.
At 3.2 pounds and 0.6-inches thin, the Galaxy Chromebook Go fits easily into backpacks and luggage. At $75, it's a no-brainer if you're looking for a laptop on a tight budget.
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Hilda Scott uses her combined passion for gadgets and bargain shopping to bring you the best prices on all things tech. She has a bachelor’s degree in film and media studies from Hunter College and 11 years of tech and entertainment journalism. Her work has been featured on Tom’s Guide, iTechPost, Examiner.com, Parlemag, Enstars, and Latin Times. When she's not scouting for the best deals, Hilda’s catching up on her favorite TV shows and pro-wrestling matches.