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[Deal Alert] Get the HP Chromebook x360 G1 EE for $250 ($100 off) from Daily Steals with our exclusive coupon

If you're looking for a Chromebook, but you're on a tight budget, we've got you covered. Right now, you can get the HP Chromebook x360 G1 EE (great name, I know) for just $250 from Daily Steals, using our exclusive coupon. That's $100 off the listed Daily Steals price.

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HP announces two new Chromebooks and the Chromebox G2 desktop

CES is almost upon us, but a few companies aren't waiting to make announcements. HP just unveiled two new Chromebooks, one 11-inch and one 13-inch, targeted towards the educational market. The company also announced the Chromebox G2, a successor to the 2014 HP Chromebox.

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HP Chromebook X360 11 G1 EE gets Android app support in Chrome OS Stable Channel

Google has promised that all Chromebooks launched from 2017 onwards would support Android apps, but it's taking the company a little while to deliver on that claim. The HP Chromebook X360 11 G1 EE (wow, that's a long name) is one of many Chromebooks released this year, but until now Android app support on it has been limited to the Chrome OS Beta Channel.

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[Deal Alert] Three HP Chromebooks are heavily discounted at Woot, including the 8GB RAM 13-G1 for $499 ($300 off)

Chromebooks are so hot right now. If you've been waiting for a good price drop to grab one, you're in luck. The HP 13-G1, 11-G5, and 11-G4 Chromebooks are heavily discounted at Woot, with a few models being several hundred dollars less than the normal price.

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HP announces $189 Chromebook 11 G5 with ability to run Android apps, 12.5 hours of battery life, and optional touchscreen

Today HP announced its latest Chromebook model update, this time with a budget focus. The Chromebook 11 G5 will, most notably, run Android apps and will cost just $189. Another headlining feature of the new laptop is its claimed 12.5 hours of battery life, which is top shelf in general and quite good for a laptop that costs considerably less than most of the phones our readers have. An optional touchscreen, which will increase the price by an unspecified amount, will make Android apps even more usable at the cost of just one hour of battery life.

For those who are reluctant to make the jump to Chrome OS, both Google and HP hope that Android app compatibility will ease your fears.

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