There are huge advantages to using a Chromebook over a laptop or a tablet. In short, the Chromebook fills a niche somewhere between the two, with a bit more power and compatibility with heavier duty computers than a tablet, but the portability and stripped-down simplicity of the smaller device.
Since nearly everything on a Chromebook’s cloud-based, you can avoid clutter and still get a lot done.
That said, not all Chromebooks have touchscreens, giving those that do a serious edge. With the help of a touchscreen, your Chromebook suddenly feels like a convertible, switching from laptop to tablet mode at the drop of a hat — or the pivot of a screen, in many cases.
So, what’s the right touchscreen Chromebook to suit your needs? There are a lot, and Chromebooks vary in price and functionality quite a bit. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the best Chromebook touchscreens available at every price point.