Let’s start of with, what I think the best option is. The Microsoft surface 3. Staples is offering, for $800, the device, pen, keyboard case, and dock. This, plus a mouse, keyboard and monitor makes the perfect kit. The surface, pen and type cover are perfect for in class, and when you get home, just pop it into the dock and you have a full blown system. It has enough power for anything but heavy gaming. Unfortunately, the promo is only available in staples. If that’s a problem, use the Microsoft Education Store.
Next on the list is the cheapest. A Chromebook. I’m actually writing this article from one right now! You can get one for about $180, and it even has two advantages over the surface. A full keyboard and more portage. Many models also have touchscreens AND google play support! So, if you have trouble with the all-online aspect of a Chromebook, there are plenty of productivity android apps. Plus you get the added benefits of the keyboard. Browse here
Now, many people want a gaming computer, but can’t afford one. If your parent, or someone else is buying the computer, and they are easily fooled, ask for this $800 gaming laptop. Unfortunatly, the battery life ain’t great, but should be just enough to squeeze through the day. Courtesy to LinusTechTips. Buy here
And that concludes this article! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, I’d be happy to help!