Chromebooks is a low-cost laptop computer that runs Chrome OS the Chrome operating system which, itself, is a stripped-down variant of Linux.

A Chromebook is designed, primarily, to be used with an internet connection. In addition, many of its applications run, and their data is stored, in the cloud. There are exceptions to this and some functions can be undertaken offline. While it is a computer invariably priced around the $280 mark. However, there are exceptions. Consequently, when compared to Apple’s MacBook models or laptops running Microsoft Windows.

The hardware specification of a typical Chromebook is comparatively low. A common specification, at the time of writing, is an Intel Celeron processor, a 16GB solid state drive and 2GB or 4GB or RAM.

Despite the low specification, in comparison to Mac and Windows laptops, the Chromebook boot time is lightning quick.

Long battery life
Work and play with up to 12 hours on a single charge. And with Chromebook, you don’t even need to remember your charger.

Offline access
No Wi-Fi, no problem. Recent documents, spreadsheets, presentations and emails are all available with offline access.

Swipe, tap and scroll the way you want. There are many touchscreen-enabled

Instant tethering
Instant Tethering with Chromebook keeps you connected to your phone’s Wi-Fi hotspot automatically.

Microsoft Office compatible
With access to Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint from the Google Play Store, you can be confident that your Chromebook will allow you to use the productivity software you need.

Picture-in-picture viewing
Be a multitasking marvel. With Chromebook, you can enjoy picture-in-picture viewing with the most popular video apps.

Lastly, Cackle Telecommunications is proud to provide Chromebooks to NZ businesses. Explore our selection to find the solution that’s right for you.