We'll start with the Lenovo Chromebook N20, Lenovo's first foray into the Chromebook space. Its flexible hinge allows the 11.6-inch display to fold back up to 300 degrees, and one variant -- the N20p -- adds a touchscreen.
The N20 will be available in July, starting at $279, while the N20p will arrive in August for $329.
The $349 Dell Chromebook 11 will pack an Intel Core i3 processor, and is aimed at schools -- a popular target for Google's operating system. At today's showcase, one school principal claimed that Chromebooks are good "for 90 percent of what you do in school." The relatively low price tags probably don't hurt, either.