So they say that you get a $20 package when you get a Google Chrome Book for education. Can anyone tell me, or link me, to what you get for that $20?
It will be the wave of the future for sure, the price cannot be beat. All the features included for the price is more then worth it. Google still benefits from it greatly from the mass amount of students buying a ChromeBook and for supporting education.The details are not completely clear yet, but I think that this represents a very significant value for the Education community. We often spend huge amounts of money on hardware that is not necessary and software that is overpriced and has more functions than are typically necessary. That doesn't even include all of the IT costs involved. I think that this will be the wave of the future in most Districts.
Yes that is true, but we might have some people on the forum who are associated with educational institutes who might want to know the answer to something like this. Someone who would rather ask here than look dumb in front of their peers.Education as in institutes/schools. Individual consumers are not eligible for a subscription plan. I'm surprised at how people still seem to be so confused about this.
Yes that is true, but we might have some people on the forum who are associated with educational institutes who might want to know the answer to something like this. Someone who would rather ask here than look dumb in front of their peers.
Which is fine, Trees...but Google has their own resources for people like that. This is a fan-made message board with lots of misleading information, such as the one above, which was even posted after my comment regarding subscriptions.The pricing is $20 per month. If you plan to use it for 2 years, the cost comes to about $480 (24 months x $20). It maybe cheaper just to buy one if you plan to keep it longer than that.