Chromebooks for Education

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Chromebooks for Education – Fast, secure, portable computers that allow students to collaborate and share their work.

Affordable devices are easy to set up and manage from the web-based management console.

Made for a classroom, a school or even a whole local authority.

For every School, Chromebooks are designed to help students and teachers get things done quickly and easily.

Devices start at £166 and are simple to manage at scale through a web browser.

With several devices to choose from, it’s easy to find a Chromebook that meets your students’ needs.

A Chromebook is a laptop or tablet running the Linux based Chrome OS as its operating system. Initially designed to heavily rely on web applications for tasks using the Google Chrome browser, Chromebooks have since expanded to be able to run Android and full-fledged Linux apps in 2017 and 2018, respectively.

All supported apps can be installed and launched alongside each other.

Chromebooks can work offline; applications like GmailGoogle Calendar, Google Keep, and Google Drive synchronize data when reconnecting to the Internet. 

Google Play video content is available offline using the Google Play Movies & TV extension with the Chrome browser.

The first Chromebooks shipped on June 15, 2011. Other form factors include Chromebox desktops, Chromebase, which places the computer in an all-in-one unit, an HDMI stick PC called a Chromebit, and Chromebook tablets.

In 2020, Chromebooks outsold Apple Macs for the first time by taking market share from laptops running Microsoft Windows.

A selection of Chromebooks for Education – here

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