If you’ve been waiting for a deal (any deal!) to come along before pulling the trigger on a Chromebook, or you just like saving money when you can, then you may want to head over to the Google Play Store, where all Chromebooks are on sale for $20 off, except for the Chromebook Pixel.
This means you can get the Acer C720 Chromebook for $209 (originally $229), the Samsung Chromebook for $229 (originally $249), or the HP Chromebook 11 for $259 (originally $279).
Granted, the Play Store doesn’t have the biggest selection of Chromebooks available, but it does have what Google considers to be some of the best ones that are currently available. And while it may be possible to find comparable savings from Amazon (if you can avoid shipping charges and tax), or some other retailers who are running even bigger sales, many people prefer buying from the Play Store because they can then deal directly with Google if there are ever warranty issues, or users need other technical support.
What I don’t understand is this: The Chromebook Pixel is a year and a half old, and it’s already really expensive. Could Google really not afford to give us an extra $20 off its already-too-high asking price?
In any case, if you want to snag yourself a reasonable deal, hit the source link below.[Google Play]