Best Chromebooks in 2019

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Chromebooks are becoming best selling laptops on the market. They used to be loved for their extensive battery life and portability, but that is not the case anymore. Chromebooks now feature advanced functionalities and support that allow them to function as more than just an affordable laptop-looking device. Chromebooks don’t need the most powerful processors to deliver an awesome performance. The lightweight chrome OS makes it best device for day to day computer activities like word processing, browsing, and scheduling, and of course, gaming and video playback are also included in its capabilities.

Here are the best Chromebooks in 2019

Google Pixel

CPU: Intel Core i5-i7

Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 615

Ram: 8 - 16GB

Screen: 12.3-inch 2,400 x 1,600- LCD touchscreen

Storage: 128 - 512 GB SSD


  • Beautiful Design
  • Incredible display and vibrant colors
  • Support for Android apps


  • Expensive
  • Pixelbook pen has to be purchased separately
  • Poor Audio

This is the successor to the failed Chromebook pixel, and it does what its predecessor failed to do; integrates flexibility with functionality and performance. The Google Pixelbook can run android apps natively with the use of the new Chrome OS. With the ridiculously fast processor and also huge storage found on this Chromebook, the sleek style and the pretty useful google assistant, you can see why this is on top of our list as the best Chromebook in 2019.

Chromebook Flip

CPU: Intel Pentium 4405Y or Intel Core m3 6Y30

Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 515

Ram: 4

Screen: 12.5-inch 1,920 x 1,080- LED antiglare touchscreen

Storage: 32 – 64 GB eMMC


  • Nice Tablet mode
  • Tactile keyboard


  • Lack of out-of-the-box android support
  • Poor speakers

One advantage the Asus Chromebook flip has over the Google Pixelbook is the affordable price tag. Asus Chromebook flip was the king of the hill before Google launched the Pixel book and showed the world that a Chromebook could and should do more. Asus Chromebook flip features a full HD screen, a standard Intel processor and a very good keyboard. The Asus Chromebook flip is basically the Pixelbook on a budget. The Asus take on Chromebook offers all of the key features that the Google Pixelbook offers except for the native Android support.

Samsung Chromebook Pro

CPU: Intel Core m3-6Y30

Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 515

Ram: 4 GB

Screen: 12.3-inch 2,400 x 1,600 touchscreen

Storage: 32 GB eMMC


  • Beautiful and Stunning Design
  • Comes with a Stylus
  • Support for Android apps


  • Weak Speakers
  • Tight Keyboard layout

Of course, there is going to be a Samsung device in the picture when android apps are finally being supported on the Chrome OS. The Samsung Chromebook Pro is the first Chromebook to -come with a built-in Stylus Pen. With an incredible display for a device of its size and a 360-degree hinge system, this Chromebook gives many of its competitors a run for their money. The only downside to this device would be the keyboard layout; I hope the future iterations use a more spacious design but apart from this, the Samsung Chromebook pro is better than most of the Android devices out there.

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