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People generally recognise just two kinds of laptop, namely those that run on Windows and MacBooks. That was until the arrival of the Chromebook in 2011. The Chromebook is a well-rounded laptop that marries Google's own Chrome OS with numerous handy niceties like an optimised online experience and exceptional battery life. All the latest deals on the Chromebook are collected and shared on the exclusive Chromebook page on HotUKDeals. Read more
Get a refurbished Samsung Chromebook for £99 + £9.99 P&P @ Wowcher
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
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Incorrect. My XE303 received an update from ChromeOS 68 to 69 only this morning. Yes, it has passed Google's obligation to update but it ain't dead yet. [btw product was released in 2012]. While I am not going to dump mine - I wouldn't buy one at any price.


Wow her have bo end of bad reviews dont think I would ever purchase anything from them


Nevermind the argument about refurb etc but for day to day light browsing & Office type work are these any good, thinking of cheap & cheerful starter for a Y7 student got no experience of these but pruce seems right for the family (disabled parent after serious car crash so moneys tight) if not any suggestions on other chrome books cheap?


To be fair, the ones at £109 are 'used-like new'. But I probably would go with Amazon anyway.


Cheap, but this is an outdated model which was released in 2013 so will start showing its age (performance wise), and doesn't receive updates any longer (and no security updates = a massive risk): Chromebook - XE303 Auto Update Expiration = Jul 2018 "When a device reaches Auto Update Expiration (AUE), it means that the product model is considered obsolete and automatic software updates from Google are no longer guaranteed." Is not listed as a Chromebook supported to run Android apps either Personally I'd rather use an old WIndows laptop with Windows 10 on it which keeps receiving updates instead of an unsupported Chromebook. Still, very cheap indeed

Asus Chromebook CB3-431 with Sleeve and Mouse Costco instore
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Asus Chromebook CB3-431 with Sleeve and Mouse Costco
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What's a good Chromebook for £200 Max.. best recommendations if any please?


I'm a new Chromebook convert and can run Linux apps on my Acer 15 without having to install Linuxmint etc. It's not perfect by any means but I can browser the internet Google free using Firefox and edit my videos using Kdenlive. When you launch the first Linux app, it takes a while to get on it's feet but subsequent launches are quick. Google still need to work on having Chorme OS, Android and Linux on one platform but its a good start. The future for Chromebooks is looking bright. To anyone buying a CB, just make sure its got a touchscreen, has the Google Play store and can run Linux apps. In the next year, there are bound to be lots of deals that lack one of these.


I'm a Chromebook fan - but not at that price. I'd rather go for the white hot: for the same price and bung full Linux on it. Cuts dependency on the cloud. It wouldn't be 'instant on' but with something like Linuxmint it should boot in around 30 seconds which is not much of a downside. You could run Win10 as a VM if that's your poison. Better as a guest than a host imho.


It may well be the best price on offer today but there's no way I'd pay that price for this machine.


Cold, shouldn't be too much over £200

HP GOOGLE 11-v051na 11.6" Chromebook & Google Home Mini Bundle £169.99 @ Currys
Refreshed 24th SepRefreshed 24th Sep
Back in stock 24/09 - Nice bundle, basically paying £10 for a Google Home speaker, up to 12 hours use per charge is ideal for student work, browsing and homework Chrome OS … Read more
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Considering it's an N3060, it should support crostini, meaning it can run linux apps natively without having to use crouton which is quite neat. So yes, it does (but it might not be in stable channel, although it will definitely be in beta/dev channels)


No chance of £1=2 dollars in the coming years sadly. For various reasons of course. It could be better I guess.


Yes far too much faffing around to get there. Still it's far too much imo for something that isn't as powerful as an i3. It's not far off but that's not the point. You only have to go a few Bob more and your looking at i5.


It used to be heaven shopping in the US 10 years ago when £1 = $2. The UK isn't such a rip off now and things like fresh fruit are much cheaper here. The CPU in the £350 machine is actually sold as a Pentium chip. In reality, I think it's a top end Celeron as the Celerons are N3060 and this Pentium is N4200. On the rare occasion I've managed to get Linux working properly, I can see the advantages, great speed, no bloat, great security, no constant updates, no Google snooping, but it's just too much faffing to get there.


The UK is never good value when compared to the Yanks. VW paid $10k per customer in the US. What did we get? $999 dollars for the iPhone does not equate to £999. The list goes on. £350 for a celeron processor and a paltry 4gb of ram!? They're having a laugh! Yes sadly the issues are seemingly never ending with distros of Linux. For some people they're rock solid but for many including myself, its just too much messing around to get it to work properly.

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Asus Flip Intel® Core™ M3 Processor, 4Gb RAM, 64Gb eMMC SSD 12.5 inch Chromebook £399.99 VERY
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Been looking for a new chromebook and missed the pixelbook deal last week. This is a good price and potentially cheaper with their finance first order discount. Asus Flip Intel® C… Read more
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I also ran Cloudready on an old laptop to try Chrome OS in anger. Cloudready is Chrome OS that runs from a USB stick, (must be 8GB or 16GB,) and doesn't affect your current OS. Whilst Cloudready is great for a free test drive, everything works so much better on a dedicated Chromebook (like scrolling for instance,) and you have access to the play store for Android apps. On a touchscreen Chromebook it's even better. Goodbye Micro$oft. Agreed on the price of Chromebook vs the hardware. £300 is a much better price.


thanks OP. i bought this to replace (well, run alongside) an acer c720 which i bought 4.5 years ago. i've become a massive chromebook fan and this new asus is great for me, speed great, battery life great (gotta be 10 hours easy), so nice to use. i probably won't use the appstore stuff or the flip/tablet thing, i just like a good netbook. going back to the earlier comments about 4 years odd left for updates, i think that's fair really, things move on. the acer is still a joy to use and getting updates but it's wearing a bit in general, if this lasts the same i'll be very happy. we use that acer at least 2 hours every single day... such great net devices. recently had to do a windows 10 reset on a laptop i was selling... what a pain that was! im pretty technical and used to be a staunch windows fan but it just seemed so convoluted - it should have been simple but it just didn't work the way it should have. the updates slow everything down, i never quite have 100% faith in a windows machine but a chromebook has never missed a beat - they are so reliable and useful. did i mention i love chromebooks? i'll stop now. (party)


499 now


I rather buy a 15 inch than this 12.5 inch


They're hugely cheaper?

Acer Chromebook 15 Touchscreen 4gb  £315 with code on Argos ebay
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Chromebook Touchscreen 15

No hard feelings . Be factual rather than my deal and your deal . I guess loyality without merit is all you are asking .


Blimey, touchy when it's your deal aren't you! (excited)


With the coming update should be able to dual boot with Windows 10 or Windows 10 s like can do in Macbook . Now many Android apps work in Chromebook with Google Play . Windows 10 does not have many apps like Android and Windows phone failed due to lack of apps . Also Chromebook is always updated by Google unlike Android phones where most Third Party phones dont come with updates. Google is doing very well as now many uk school and businesses use Chromebook due to ease of management.


That's sort of where I am regarding the price. On the other hand, if Android apps work well on this touchscreen, they have quickly overtaken everything Micro$oft was trying to accomplish with Windows 8, and all with 2010 hardware. I think now is really the start of a very exciting time for CB's, that's why I've just picked one up. (Get to play with it tomorrow when I arrive in NY.) Like I've said above, if you want a play for free, have a go with Cloudready.


Can't help feel Google has lost its way with chrome book. Feels very expensive for what is in effect a large netbook

Google Pixelbook Intel Core I5, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 12.3 Inch Touchscreen 2-In-1 Chromebook - Silver. @ Very for only £649.99
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Pixelbook GA00122 Intel Core I5, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 12.3 Inch Touchscreen 2-In-1 Chromebook - Silver. Going for £100 less than other retailers with straight purchase, no hoops to… Read more
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Surface. All day.




Just discovered that John Lewis have both the Chromebook and Surface M3 with keyboard.on display. Off to check them out.


Neither ChromeOS nor Android have the full version of Office.


I have Office 365 so Excel should work just fine on this. This is a premium Chromebook so costs more in the same vein as a premium Windows Laptop costs more. Those bezels will date quickly otherwise this is a good deal for a decent machine. Would pay the extra to get from John Lewis though. One feature I would like to see more of on larger models is the side number keypad. I might be a minority on that though.

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Acer R11 chromebook 4gb/32gb@ Amazon - £219.99
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Acer 4gb 32gb

my chromebook pixel is linked to a cheap 30 quid printer.


£265.45 now on amazon keep an eye on it as prices go up and down often


It's now back to £399. Oh well.


Up to £233 at this moment in time. Looking for something for my lad who's starting secondary school next week. As some have said he may ask for a proper laptop instead of this Chromebook. hmmm


I bought my daughter a gold Acer Chromebook 14. It's very good if you go for the Full HD, quad core version with 4GB RAM. The silver one is the cheapest at the moment. I'd would buy this over the R11.

Pixelbook for as low as £999 / £899.10 student offer (+ Quidco cashback) at Currys
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Studentbeans is offering 10% for Chromebooks purchased from Currys . You can also possibly combine cashback that with the 5% cashback from Quidco… Read more

Well Pixelbook now support Linux apps.


Price went up


£999 - £112.35 = £886.65, not £636.65...?


Is Currys dead? I can’t access the site


£600 for Google Chrome essentially?

Acer Chromebook R 11 CB5-132T-C8L7 Touchscreen Laptop 11.6" Celeron 4GB 32GB SSD £207.75 delivered using code @ Tesco Outlet eBay
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
11.6-inch 16:9 IPS HD Touchscreen (1366 x 768) Intel Celeron N3060 Dual-core 1.60 GHz 4 GB RAM, LPDDR3 and 32GB eMMC Storage 360 degree Acer Dual-Torque hinge - Patterned Alumin… Read more

No it won't. Try using a 15'' laptop in bed, it's a (poo) experience. This chromebook is a great size to use just for simple things.


Your eyes will say thank you for using bigger screen.


I suppose that might be true if you discount wanting something with a built in keyboard and touchscreen, the ability to be used like a tablet or a laptop, 10 hour battery life, and lightweight and secure operating system as "reasons". It's pretty clear you haven't actually used one of these as they are not slow. The hardware specs are pretty dire if you are used to Windows/Mac laptops but this is running a much lighter weight OS, and the entire concept is designed around cloud computing so limited storage is not the issue you might it is. This is a classic "I don't understand it so it must be bad" mindset.


Looks good...bought a Lenovo yoga and great for movies etc bought secondhand windows lappy which which flies on ssd


I wouldn't want a 15'' chromebook like I wouldn't want a 15'' laptop.

Asus Chromebook Flip C302 £399.99 (£349.99 after cash back) @ Very
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Appears to be the cheapest it's been for brand new and reviews very well! £50 back for account holders with code MYQC3 The slim, light and incredibly stylish Chromebook Flip C302… Read more
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I nailed it first time around and had an email today basically acknowledging the £50 cash back by saying its being processed.


Ordered - thank you


Back on.

Google Pixelbook GA00122 Intel Core i5, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 12.3 inch Touchscreen 2-in-1 Chromebook @ Very £699.99 (Possible £599.99) + P&P £3.99
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Google Pixelbook @ Very £699.99 (Possible £599.99) + P&P £3.99 Very Account holders can use code MYQC3 to get £100 credit on Very account and 9 month buy now pay later.

you would need an external monitor if screen is only 12", unless you get 2, one for each eye.


Not made the move yet, waiting to see Google's next hardware news, not long to go (y) 😃


No worries! It is, except this guy's cable management would give me a heart attack. Have you got a Chromebook?


Nice setup


Thanks for the feedback buddy, appreciated

Chromebook Deal: ASUS C302CA-GU010 12.5" Chromebook with Intel Core M3 4GB RAM 64GB HDD in Silver - £399.99 @ Hughes
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Fantastic offer on a top drawer chromebook
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Yeah, trouble is I'm married to it :/ decisions decisions. *looks over shoulder*


Keep an eye on AO in case they drop too. I noticed they had a code for 10% off when I was price prowling, could only see it when opening in the laptop though, a no show on the mobile, well mine anyway. It was in amongst the product NFO and delivery bumph. Ignore that, just fired up the laptop to check and they've removed it (flirt)


£350 at curry's with an old laptop trade in, I'm sure most have a dog around the house, attic etc...


That's Curry's & Argos dropped to £399 as well. I picked mine up from the PO yesterday, found the navigation a bit strange being new to me but after a bit of exploring I warmed to it. Updated it to the latest Chrome and upped the display zoom to 125%. All in all I'm pleased with my purchase, the acid test being "would I buy again?" Most definitely yes. Its a looker, ooze's quality, its light and portable and does the job. Boot time to functional is 2 seconds.


Thanks mate.

Acer NX.GC2EK.007 Chromebook CB3-431 14 -Full HD, 4 GB RAM, 32GB  - Silver £191.23 Used, like new (damaged packaging) Amazon warehouse £191.23 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Used, like new (damaged packaging). 20% taken off at checkout. Seems like a great price.

This also is a very long discussion, but ChromeOs + Android + Linux... what exactly are they shooting for now? Anything-But-Windows OS? Doesn't sound very simple any more. Are they going for simplicity at the expense of functionality still? Or the other way around? Are they having an OS for each level of simplicity? I don't get what their game plan is tbh. I've been a bit of a Google fanboy for a long time but within the last year or two they seem increasingly fractured, aimless, inconsistent, and lacking polish or an attention span. The real irony of getting a Swift replacement is that Windows 10 as it stands now feels like the OS which Google's combined efforts would like to be. Metro is a joy to use. As far as your question goes: I can run proper Linux via a Windows laptop (and far easier) so that aspect isn't necessary, I already have an Android phone and can't think of anything I'd find particularly necessary to run on a laptop instead, and if I have Linux or Windows (or Android!) then ChromeOS is basically redundant. Besides, even if ChromeOS + Android + Linux were up to snuff in terms of compatibility, I still wouldn't be able to do as much as I can with a Windows laptop, existing Android phone, and Linux USB stick. Excuse the semi-random quotes to tag whoever may be interested. But I have a Acer Swift 1 and Acer Chromebook 14 side by side now. The Swift 1 additionally has a USB 2, a USB-C, SD card slot, and fingerprint scanner. The screen is a touch brighter, sharper, colder-coloured and is 0.7" smaller. Otherwise, they're basically outwardly identical. Neat. Again, this is in the context of somebody who wants a *fully capable* machine. So Ubuntu CB14 vs Windows Swift 1... very long story short, I'd get the Swift between the two and happily pay more to do so. It's a unfortunate that (4Gb+) Chromebooks are comparatively expensive in the UK or the comparison might less one-sided. The performance improvement is quite noticeable and it's so nice to be able to run anything I want again. You get a fair bit more for your money. Battery life is the only negative I can think of, but I wonder if Linux-onna-stick would help it last out the day if I were really pushed. Very interested to see what the difference would be.


I'm not sure how valid my point is. I was, after all, not technically using it as a Chromebook and never intended to. Using it as a full-blown laptop meant I had to buy 128Gb nano USB stick for another £35 odd. The plan was to use it in ChromeOS as well, to save cloud-syncing the same thing across multiple operating systems, but last I checked a few months ago ChromeOS still had not got proper USB storage working, so I had to stick with Ubuntu. And 32Gb divided into two was insufficient for dual-booting without USB storage, so having an Android-substitute tablet was out Since my bluetooth mouse worked in ChromeOS but not Ubuntu, I had to use a USB mouse receiver, which left me with no spare USB slot. And so on... I'm not sorry I went that route, there was nothing else that even came close at the time and it is a phenomenally nice build for the money. You could easily pay a lot more and get something less nice. Surprised to find the gold looks much better IMO, it's quite subtle. But you do have to be sure you'll be OK with the limits. I was, but nonetheless sometimes I felt myself yearning for a computer which just worked properly and would have paid a bit more for it.


Glad somebody came in with a genuine valid point.


Well... we'll see about all that, because I have an Acer Chromebook 14 and just bought the Acer Swift 1, largely on Picard's recommendation, since Argos had the Gold version refurbished for a mad £160 (was the last one, sorry). Here's hoping the cosmetics won't be like the surface of the moon, as I imagine, I've been using the Chromebook 14 exclusively for some time, running Ubuntu rather than ChromeOS, and was ready to argue, but I think the counter is true. The Swift 1 basically *is* the Chromebook 14 with a smattering of upgrades. More flexible OS, larger and upgradeable storage, better connectivity, plus a somewhat better processor. Screen appears to be a touch brighter too, which was the only part of the CB I was outright unhappy with as it was difficult to use outdoors. And bear in mind that in this particular case Argos maintains a proper warranty, Amazon Warehouse offers no such luck. While I love both the Chromebook 14 and Linux, both come with fairly hefty drawbacks in terms of software limitations or trivial tasks becoming a project. Chromebook's selling point has *always* been absurdly good value hardware with software being the trade-off. Without as much of an advantage, I'm a little disillusioned. If there's a rare occasion where there's an alternative with a price within spitting/proportional distance, it's worth considering. The specifics of the choice are... a very long discussion. You can, after all, put Linux on the Swift 1. But that might be missing the point.


Don't lie its not becoming. and I take it nobody uses android in a work environment either. lol

Asus Chromebook C202 - 16GB/2GB RAM - £99.99 @ Amazon (with Prime)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
ASUS C202SA-GJ0027 11.6-inch Chromebook Ruggedised and Water Resistant Design with 180 degree Hinge (Silver/Blue) - (Intel Celeron N3060 Processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB eMMC, Chrome OS)
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Wow I'm blown away... At 85 quid this is amazing bang for your book. Can't believe how long the battery lasts!


I did not mention about the screen, I was just saying though that Netflix runs 1080p on this Chromebook


You will do it you hook it up to a tv or monitor via the hdmi socket though!


The display in this screen is "1366 x 768 HD anti-glare display " around 720p. Not gonna get full benefits of 1080p on this disaplay


Great post op, just picked one up for my younger sister, perfect for basic online use and Google drive/docs/sheets

HP 11-v000na 11.6 Chromebook (Celeron n3060, 2GB RAM, 16GB SSD) £129.99 Argos
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Not my sort of thing and definitely not for everyone but stumbled across it and looks like a good deal so thought I’d share! Model number: 11-v000na. Intel Celeron n3060 dual cor… Read more

Ordered this yesterday, the spec on it is wrong. Says 16GB SSD whereas shows 16GB eMMC


I would rarely get this problem if I haven't shutdown the chromebook for a really long time otherwise I would always get this problem if I turned the chromebook back light to none and it would go to sleep.


16GB SSD or eMMC?


Chromebooks are almost irrelevant to the EU fine and are great devices! One reason for being fined was for their behaviour in 2011-2014, by forcing manufacturers and Networks to help make their version of Android dominant. But most people don’t read the rulings


Ditto on my HP 14 - I reckon it's a dodgy update as well...I was kind of hoping it was on its way out so I had an excuse to buy a newer Play compatible model but alas, I'll just have to stick with it XD

ACER CB3-131 11.6" Chromebook - Blue £99.99 @ Currys
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Chromebook laptop great for web browsing , lightweight and long battery life. I have the earlier model and have been pleased with it. This is an absolute bargain at this price.
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Now that you mention it, that did happen to me though it has only happened once (so far).


Gone up to £199.97




I bought the hp chromebook from argos too but had to take it back as I had an intermittent problem with the screen not waking from sleep when opened. The light on the side would indicate it was on but the screen would stay black and the only way to get it to come on was to press and hold the power button for some time. Have you had this problem? I really liked it but didn't want to get a replacement in case it did the same thing. It also wouldn't run the kindle android app (not compatible with this model) although you can use the chrome kindle cloud reader instead.


even my 10 years old Huawei is got twice the computing power

USB C Hub, dodocool Type C to HDMI 4K Adapter with 4 USB 3.0 Ports for MacBook / MacBook Pro / Google Chromebook Pixel and More in Amazon lighting deals £8.04 (Prime) £12.53 (Non Prime) @  Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
Instant expansion with 4 Super-Speed USB 3.0 ports and 4K Video Adapter; the transfer speed is up to 5 Gbps, which is 10 times faster than USB2.0. 4K Video Resolution enables you … Read more

Got a link to something else with 3-4 USB 3 and hdmi because that's exactly what I want. No need for PD or ethernet


This is overpriced for what it is no Ethernet or power delivery usb c port


exactly the same as me, been eyeing this aswell! Gutted!


Now sold out


OOS - cold

Asus C302ca Chromebook Flip M7 version £100 off - £549.99  at John Lewis
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
John Lewis have had the M7 version of this at £649.99 for a while. Its now reduced to £549 which is the same price as the M3 version at pcworld (… Read more

Yet people still buy pimped out small cars for driving around town. Just because you prefer a smaller or more limited device doesn't mean you don't want to have a premium built product, the two things aren't mutually exclusive.


I agree however I like the fact that people can, if they wish, express why it's not a good deal based on ownership experience etc.


I'm not sure we agree how a "serious" programmer works. But if you are tied to being a Windows programmer, then obviously this isn't for you. The irony being that VS code is essentially a Web browser itself at it's core.


Amazon have price matched this now btw Easily worth the extra £50 over the M3 version


you can run android apps on windows with no problem, and i have a feeling that you could find "real" laptop with 12.5'' touchscreen for less than 550. But it is true that for someone out there who hate Bill and like Google it may be a not too bad deal. - for me cold.

Asus C302 Chromebook (B Grade) £230 at Cex with 24 month warranty. Only 1!
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
As the description says, Cex have one Asus C302 Chromebook (B Grade) in stock for £230. Free delivery on orders over £40 and all purchases come with a 24 month warranty. Not a de… Read more
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Nice one. (highfive)


Thanks for the heads up on this, I managed to just grab one for £255 - Asus C302C/M3-6Y30/4GB Ram/64GB HDD/13"/Chromebook/ Seems a great price, but i'm abit confused why they list one with 64GB HDD and one with 64GB SSD :S


FWIW I had the cex specific search criteria saved as a a shortcut on my desktop's chrome bookmatk bar. Every time i sat down i gave it a click. Was amazed when after a couple of months one day it actually paid off.


Voted hot after expired. Wishing was early to get one. In Chromebook very few have decent CPU and touchscreen.


They do have them occasionally because I got a grade A one ten weeks ago. Arrived boxed in mint condition. A week later another one appeared and was gone within 24 hours. Not seen one since. You have to keep checking back, which is a bit of a thankless task but worth it if you manage to get one.

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