Unlike the larger Pavilion 14 Chromebook we reviewed earlier, the Chromebook 11 doesn’t include an Ethernet port, but again, it’s of limited concern when you consider that the Pavilion 14’s was only 10/100 to begin with.
The Acer Chromebook 13 is the first to use NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processor, and because of that chip it's actually the first ARM-powered Chromebook we reviewed that was worthy of recommending alongside Intel-powered options. We found the Chromebook 13's build quality to be good for the price (so long as you like the white color), and performance to be on par with that of Intel BayTrail systems with the same amount of RAM. As with most other Chromebooks the screen quality was disappointing, however.
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Google teamed up with Samsung and produced the Chromebook 550. Like other , this Google laptop comes with a standard 16GB SSD, but it has 4GB of RAM and a 12.1-inch high-definition screen and so earns our TopTenREVIEWS Gold Award. The processor has a speed of just 1.3GHz, but since this is a basic, cloud-based laptop, you will find the speed more than adequate for most uses. Our Samsung 550 Chromebook review tells you exactly what you can and can't do with this cloud-based device.