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Lenovo Chromebook N20

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.

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LG Chromebase

We first caught wind of the LG Chromebase back in December. It's the first all-in-one PC to run Google's operating system, packing an Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage.

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LG Chromebase

The Chromebase's 21.5-inch IPS display offers a 1080p resolution, and a relatively low price tag -- $349.

A desktop is also one of the more logical places to put an operating system that all but requires an internet connection -- this would be a great fit for a public  library.

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HP Chromebox

The latest variant of the Chromebox desktop will sport new Intel Haswell-generation CPUs when it arrives in the US in June.

The tiny box is intended to function as a living room or home theater PC, but HP also mentioned using the Chromebox to drive commercial displays.

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Dell Chromebook 11

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.

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Acer C720 Chromebook

The Acer C720 will also be packing an Intel Core i3 processor. This 11-inch machine also offers a touchscreen, though there is no word on pricing or availability.

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Acer Bay Trail Chromebook

Acer was also showing off a Chromebook running Intel's Bay Trail processors, which are notably power efficient.

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Asus C300

The 13.3-inch Asus C300 bridges the gap between Chromebook and traditional notebook, offering HDMI and USB 3.0 ports and 802.11ac Wi-FI -- features usually restricted to costlier machines.

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Asus C200

The Asus C200 is a tad smaller than the C300, offering an 11.6-inch display. It'll be available for $249 when it arrives in the US later this year.

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