acer-chromebook-13-nvidia-k1__01If you need a laptop just to send emails, chat, surf the web, type up some documents, you don’t have to spend thousands on an Ultrabook or a super heavy duty laptop. Instead you could always turn to Chromebooks which offers those functions. In fact come 2015, users could very well start to stream Photoshop onto their Chromebooks, so that’s worth taking into consideration!

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That being said, if you don’t mind picking up a Chromebook for yourself, you might be pleased to learn that Google has unveiled a Chromebook offer in which they will be offering users 1TB of free Google Drive storage for the next two years. This will apply to any Chromebook purchase in-store, online, or through Google Play itself.

For those who store a lot of photos and other forms of media in the cloud, the 1TB storage will definitely come in handy. Given that 1TB will cost users $10 a month which adds up to $240 over 2 years, you could potentially save yourself a couple of hundred in the process. Of course after 2 years you’re expected to keep paying to maintain that 1TB, but by then you would have saved yourself some money already.

This offer will end on the 1st of January 2015, so you’ve got a little over a month to decide. To see the various Chromebooks that Google has to offer, just head on over to its website for the details. So, will you be picking up a Chromebook this holiday season?

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