Acer Chromebook + 1-Year Google One Membership Just $179.99 Shipped on Target.com (Regularly $300)

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Shop Target for hot deals on tech!

Head on over to Target.com where they are offering this Acer 11.6″ Touchscreen Convertible Spin 311 Chromebook for just $179.99 shipped (regularly $299.99)! Included with your purchase is 3 months of Stadia Pro and a 12 month Google One Membership for FREE!

If you’re in the market for a new computer for your home office or for your high-school or college kiddo, this would be a great option!

Also through December 12th, if you haven’t already, you can score an additional 10% off your entire purchase with this rare Circle offer. You can check out all the details here.

And don’t forget that Target Red Cardholders save an additional 5% off their purchases too. Not a Red Cardholder? See why now is the perfect time to join!

To purchase online, first, apply the Circle offer(s) and then add the item(s) to your cart and select shipping or free in-store pickup or drive-up at checkout.
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This laptop features a 360-degree hinge so you can rotate it to any angle to create a notebook, stand-up display, tent, or tablet. It also has a thin design and is only 2.31lbs so it’s easy to take it with you everywhere you go. It has an HD display, includes a wide-angle view webcam, and you’ll also have access to millions of apps from the Google Play Store including Microsoft Office!


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  1. Sofia

    My daughter’s chromebook died yesterday. I just missed the Black Friday deals. 😩 Can anybody suggest an inexpensive replacement for a 6th grader who uses it for going online, listening to music and occasional playing of games like Roblox and Among Us? She said she wants a pc instead of a chromebook and I am not even sure what’s the difference. lol Help please.

    • Ashley

      Sounds exactly like what I am looking to get for my 6th grade daughter too! Hopefully someone will have some recommendations!

    • Kay

      Looking for one as we speak. Hopefully, someone can come up with a suggestion.

    • Kathleen Zarske

      Chromebooks save everything to the cloud. You can’t install programs on them, for the most part. (You install Google apps.) PCs and laptops have a hard drive where you can install programs. You can play games like Roblox and Among Us on Chromebooks but they might be laggy if the Chromebook doesn’t have enough memory or a low quality video card. I would try to buy something with the highest specs you can within the window you can afford. Chromebooks aren’t really made to play games, they are mostly made for schoolwork, typing, surfing the net. If you want it to play games, I would go with a laptop or tower. Dell usually has desktops for under $500 at Christmas.

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