Sometimes, people just want a basic laptop that can do minimal stuff like emailing, watching videos, and basically surfing the net without all the extra features. Thankfully, the Chromebook has been making a scene when it comes to budget laptops.

Chromebook is an Operating System (OS) developed by Google and aptly named Chrome OS. Chromebooks are known for its responsiveness and fast startups. To match this feature, it is usually placed on lightweight netbooks, and even works on low-end hardware perfect for the customer’s budget.

To get the most out of these Chromebooks, here are the top 5 Chromebooks available:

ASUS Chromebook Flip

Despite its 12.5-inch screen size, the ASUS Chromebook Flip supports 1080p being only one the few to support a full HD screen. It has a touchscreen and a backlit keyboard. The batteries can run for nearly 11 hours even while running 24 tabs on Google Chrome.

Samsung Chromebook Pro

One known feature about Chromebooks is that it supports Android, and the Samsung Chromebook Pro is the best example. With Google Play Store being available, it is no wonder why this has a 360-degree hinge and even a stylus support feature. Folding it backwards would almost make it seem like a tablet, only more powerful.

Dell Chromebook 11

Dell Chromebook 11 is deemed to be the most efficient for students and even for work. With its noticeably sturdy 180-degree hinge perfect for touchscreen-based activities. The Chromebook 11 also has the loudest speakers for when watching videos or listening to music.

Acer Chromebook 15*

Acer’s Chromebook 15 is possibly the biggest chromebook to be made with its 15.6-inch screen. It even has the Intel Celeron – Core i5 processor with the HD Graphics 5500. Although this may seem as a bit too extra, at least it is there when needed.

Acer Chromebook 11*

This other 360-degree chromebook is the classiest of them all. Although there is not much to brag about compared to the others in the list aside from its style, it makes up for the flaws by being the cheapest.