If you’re looking for a good Chromebook for your desktop, you might be surprised to learn that there are some really good ones.
The best of which are actually Chrome OS devices, but we’ll be focusing on the Chrome OS ecosystem as a whole.
There’s a wide variety of Chromebooks out there, but if you want a good Android Chromebook, you’ll probably be disappointed by some of the options available.
Here are the best Chromebooks in our review.
If you’re interested in how Chrome OS is used in Canada, check out our Chrome OS guide.
If the idea of running Android apps on your Chrome OS laptop or desktop is appealing to you, the Pixel 2 is a great choice.
It comes with Chrome OS on board, but it also offers support for Android apps.
There are several Google Pixel 2s to choose from, but the one we’ll cover here is the Pixel2 Pro.
Like the Pixel, the Pro offers a full slate of Chrome OS apps, including Google Maps, YouTube, Google Docs, and more.
Like all the Pixel devices, it also comes with a $119.99 price tag.
As a Chromebook, the Google Pixel Pro has a lot going for it.
It runs Chrome OS at full speed, has an 8-inch screen, and comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics chip.
Like most other Chromebooks, the GPU is a dedicated GPU, which makes it an excellent choice for Chromebooks.
It also has an Intel Core i5 processor, which is very good for the price.
Like the Pixel Pixel, there are a lot of different Pixel 2 Pro models available, and they’re all very similar.
You can get the Pixel Pro for around $100, or you can get one for about $120.
The Pixel2, the cheaper Chromebook, comes with only one CPU, and the Pixel is a bit cheaper at $99.99.
We haven’t reviewed any of the other Chromebook models, but they’re not bad, either.
We found them to be just a bit better than the Pixel and Pixel XL.
The Pixel 2 has a 7-inch 1080p IPS display, so it’s the only one of the Pixel series to have a touchscreen.
It’s not as large as the Pixel or Pixel XL, but you’ll still get a lot more screen real estate than the other models.
The display is bright, colorful, and crisp.
The keyboard is pretty solid too, and it feels great.
Like most Chromebooks with a touchscreen, the display doesn’t support multi-touch, so you’ll have to use a stylus to navigate menus and menus only work with one finger.
There is also no built-in webcam, so using your other fingers for pointing at a picture or other text is a little limiting.
The speakers on the Pixel are good for listening to music, and there are an array of other ports.
The Chromebook Pixel2 offers an array, but none of them are as good as the speakers.
You’ll also have to pay more for the keyboard, but there are plenty of other Chromebook keyboards available for the same price.
The Nexus 10 is the newest Chromebook with a Google Pixel-like processor, and you can pick it up for about the same as the other Pixel models.
There isn’t any other Android software on board besides Google apps, but that doesn’t mean it’s bad.
It offers good battery life and the keyboard is good for typing.
Like all of the Chromebooks we’ve reviewed, the Nexus 10 comes with Google’s Android apps and services, but for the most part, you won’t get a full version of Android.
There aren’t a ton of apps to choose and you’ll be better off using the Chrome browser or the Pixel OS operating system.
The only reason you’d pick the Nexus over other Chromebook laptops is if you need a Chromebook that has a touchscreen for gaming, though.
The Nexus 10 runs Android on the front and back.