Two of the Chromebooks are transitional devices based on the Intel Spin 512 and Spin 511 processors, with screens that rotate to convert them into laptops. The other two devices feature a more traditional design and are powered by Arm processors.
All five laptops are designed to be durable, with spill-resistant keyboards and components tested against MIL-STD 810H durability.
And the convertible Chromebooks are powered by Intel processors (specifically Celeron N4500 and Celeron N5100).
The Spin 511 has an 11.6-inch HD display with a 16: 9 aspect ratio, while the Spin 512 has a 12-inch HD + screen with a 3: 2 aspect ratio.
Both come with 64GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, while the battery life is up to 10 hours.
The Spin 512 and Spin 511 both have anti-scratch and anti-microbial screens, but the Spin 512 also features a similar anti-microbial coating on the keyboard and touchpad.
Acer Chromebooks are available in March, and the Spin 512 starts at $ 430, while the Spin 511 starts at $ 400.
There are also the 11-inch Chromebook 511 and Chromebook 311 based on Arm processors that also feature With durable designs.
The Chromebook 511 is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7c processor and features With 4G LTE connectivity, it can last up to 20 hours when charged.
Meanwhile, the Chromebook 311 has a MediaTek MT8183 processor, and it also works for up to 20 hours on a charge.
The Chromebook 311 launches this month with a starting price of $ 300, while the Chromebook 511 comes in April, starting at $ 400.
There is also a Windows laptop computer worth $ 330 called TravelMate Spin B3, and this device includes a durable keyboard that can be flipped to turn a laptop into a tablet.
The TravelMate Spin B3 is powered by an Intel Pentium Silver processor with a battery life of up to 12 hours. An anti-microbial screen is standard, with the option to have a similar coating on the keyboard and touchpad.
The TravelMate Spin B3 laptop gets launched in April.