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Best Chromebook Black Friday deals 2021: best Chromebook sales now

The Chromebook Pixelbook Go is one laptop we hope to see Chromebook Black Friday deals on
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The hunt for the best Black Friday deals always includes a search for the best Chromebook Black Friday deals. Currently, these deals are fluctuating, but still available, as the low-maintenance laptops are always in high-demand, setting their prices in constant fluctuating. But that's why we keep tabs (open, that is), on the changes and which models are running out of stock.

The current best Black Friday Chromebook deal is HP Chromebook 14", down to $210 from $499. It's rated for over 13 hours of battery life, packs a backlit keyboard and B&O-tuned speakers. But there's limited supply left, so order now. Speaking of which, Best Buy just ran out of a $129 Lenovo Chromebook, but we've just found a good detachable 2-in-1 Chromebook deal.

We've also found deals on some of the best premium Chromebooks and standard clamshells, so whichever form factor you're looking for, there's probably a deal you'll be interested in. The best deals go in and out of stock, and won't always last long.

Be sure to check out our coverage of all the best deals below. And if you're looking for sales on non-Chrome OS laptops, make sure to bookmark our guide to the best Black Friday laptop deals.

Best Black Friday Chromebook deals right now

Top Black Friday Chromebook deals 

HP Chromebook 14"

HP Chromebook 14" was $499 now $210 @ Amazon
You want a big screen, right? Most laptop buyers do, with the 14 and 15-inch models being the most popular. But HP's giving you more than just a large screen with this model. It's also got B&O-tuned speakers (rare for a laptop this affordable), and HP rates it for more up to 13 hours and 30 hours of battery life on a single charge. Supply is limited!

Asus Chromebook C223 11.6"

Asus Chromebook C223 11.6": was $249 now $158 @ Amazon
A hyper-affordable Chromebook, Asus' 11.6-inch model is currently more than $90 off. But this Chromebook gives you something you won't expect from a laptop this cheap: full-functionality USB-C ports. Yes, the reversible power-charging data-transfer port comes standard on this model. 

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Lenovo Chromebook Duet: was $279 now $194 @ Amazon
This detachable 2-in-1 is popular with smaller-handed users, as its 10.1-inch screen makes for a keyboard that's a little scrunched. Either way, this is the Chromebook equivalent of the Surface Go — but better — as you get both tablet and keyboard for under $200. Walmart has offered similar (but not as good) sales on the Duet.

HP Chromebook 11

HP Chromebook 11: was $299, now $246 @ Amazon
Want a super-portable Chromebook with a touch screen for tapping through Chrome OS and Android apps? Amazon's got a $53 off sale on this 11-inch Chromebook, which packs both USB-A and USB-C ports.

Acer Chromebook Spin 311 11.6"

Acer Chromebook Spin 311 11.6" was $289 now $211 @ Amazon
One of the more popular mid-range Chromebooks, Acer's Chromebook Spin 311 is at a massive discount here. $79 off right now, this convertible is rated for up to 10 hours of battery life. It also features a touchscreen, a necessity for laptops with its 360-degree hinge. 

Acer Chromebook 715

Asus Chromebook Flip C434 2-In-1: was $570 now $482 at Amazon
Amazon's slashing $88 off this mightily capable Chromebook. Its Intel Core m3 processor will help you more than the average Celeron or MediaTek, and its all-metal body is not something we expect to find below $500 in a full laptop. Get it while you can — only one left in stock!

Lenovo Chromebook S330 14"
Currently out of stock

Lenovo Chromebook 3 14" was $289 now $129 @ Best Buy
This $160 discount makes an already affordable Chromebook even easier to buy. Lenovo rates it for at least 10 hours of battery life, and while its specs are entry-level (better models cost more and are below), it's practically a bargain at a mere $168. Currently out of stock, but we've got our eye on it to see if it comes back.

Henry T. Casey

Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past six-plus years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.