Need something efficient and long-lasting? Chromebooks, which run on Google's Chrome OS and feature its browser, are great for simple tasks, like emails, social media and web browsing. But with support for Android apps, Chromebooks are getting more sophisticated, and schools love these machines.
Some of the best Chromebooks have even made our best laptops and best sub-$500 laptops lists. To learn more about the perks and limits of Chrome OS laptops, check out our Should I Buy a Chromebook? guide and our list of the best Chromebook games. And if you're having trouble updating your Chromebook or using incognito windows, we have a guide for that too.
Sept. 19 Update: The Chromebook Flip C433, a new, cheaper version of our favorite Chromebook just got announced, though it's U.K.-only at the moment. We might be getting a Pixelbook 2 next month, and leaked specs suggest a Core i3 version. (expect an i5 and i7 model as well).