The top Chromebook gift ideas of the year 2020.


These are the best Chromebooks to give away and the best Chromebook accessories that you can buy as a gift in 2020. This year children and adults will spend more time with Chromebooks. If you are looking for an upgrade that you can give to a child or grandchild, you have come to the right place. We also have a list of our most popular Chromebooks that are great for everyone.

From rugged, entry-level models suitable for schools to beautiful and powerful Chromebooks, these are the best Chromebooks to give away in 2020.

Galaxy Chrome Book-$999

The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is a premium device with an incredible screen, and you can swivel the screen all the way around to use it as a tablet. We love the bright and sharp images on the 4K display and the speed that comes from the 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB RAM. This is a powerful Chromebook that might discourage the recipients from complaining that their Chromebook is too slow.

We love that this model contains a pen that is stored in the Chromebook. You can take notes or draw with the pen, and it is stored in Chromebook, so there is less chance of losing it.

Buy now at Amazon, Best Buy and Samsung.

Pixelbook G-$649 and higher

The Pixelbook Go is a great gift for 2020, and the Not Pink color scheme is decidedly pink, making it an outstanding chrome book that many children and adults will enjoy. The laptop weighs only two pounds, and with a battery life of 12 hours it is ready for use anywhere. We especially like the option of getting two hours of power from a 20-minute charge.

The 13.3-inch touchscreen is very nice, and the higher-end model is a 4K screen that power users will enjoy. The 1080P webcam is great for remote learning, remote working and sharing with friends. Google’s Hush-Keys provide a quieter typing experience, which is also handy for learning from a distance or simply for use next to someone at home.

Buy now at Amazon, Best Buy and Google.

ASUS Chromebook fold-out page C434-$569.99

The name Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is a bit much, but this Chromebook is one of the best you can get at this price. The 14-inch display is vivid, and thanks to the very slim bezels, the notebook is still very portable even with a larger screen. The high-quality metal design is a great addition and a very nice touch at this price.

The person you give this notebook to will love being able to flip it over to tablet mode or put it in tent mode to watch YouTube or Netflix when they finish work or schoolwork.

Buy now from Amazon, Best Buy and Asus.

Samsung Chromebook 4-$229 and above

The Samsung Chromebook 4 is one of the cheapest Chromebooks you can buy as a gift this year. The 11.6-inch display looks sharp, and the smaller screen makes this option super portable. It’s perfect for younger kids who need a Chromebook for school, travel or home use.

With a battery life of up to 12.5 hours, it lasts a whole day. We like the low entry price of this model, but if you think the receiver needs more storage space to keep things on the device while not connected to the Internet, you can go for the 64GB model for about $50 more.

Buy now from Amazon, Samsung and B&H Photo.

Dell Chromebook 3100-$249 and above

This Chromebook should be given to children who are hard on their toys and gadgets. The Dell Chromebook 3100 is a rugged Chromebook designed for school and college students. The design is a bit clunkier and a bit bulkier than our other models, but that’s because it was designed with durability and kids in mind.

It’s not a powerhouse, but this Chromebook has everything you need for work and a little play. This model is equipped with an 11.6-inch anti-glare display so it’s easier to see outdoors, but it’s not a touch screen. Available with 16GB or 32GB storage.

Buy now from Dell and CDW.

Chromebook keyboard from Logitech-$49.99

The Logitech K580 Slim Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard Chome OS Edition is the keyboard to buy if you spend all day on a Chromebook. The key layout is the same as on a Chromebook, including the Google Assistant key.

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