A Chromebook -- introduced on June 15, 2011 by Google -- is a laptop with Chrome OS as operating system. This is a thin client, designed for use when connected to the internet and has most data and application residing ‘in the cloud’.
Acer Inc. and Samsung had announced the sale of first Chromebook at the Google I/O conference, May 2011 while shipping started from June 15, 2011 onwards. Lenovo, and Google itself and Hewlett Packard entered the market in early 2013. Samsung launched a Samsung Chromebook towards the end of 2013 targetting the Indian market which used the company's Exynos 5 Dual core processor. Also a desktop version, Chromebox, was introduced in May 2012, and an ‘all-in-one’ device was introduced by LG Electronics in 2014.
These are easy to use, have built-in virus protection with a long-life battery and update themselves automatically for free. So you can have the latest and greatest version and they won’t slow down over time. No setup required, just sign in with your Google account. Starts fast and stay fast. And with a long-life battery, no need to be panic for the charger. It stays synced with your android phones and tablets and whenever you sign in to your google account you can start work where you had left. Here switching between account is easy and they give you the best of Google. Gmail, Maps, Docs and pics safely stored in the cloud. They come with varieties of price ranges like ASUS Chromebook C201 costs $169, Hansen's Chromebook costs $149 while DELL Chromebookn11 costs $249.