Don’t you love it when companies throw in free stuff with their products? One minute you’re on the fence, trying to decide if the product is worth the money or not. Then you hear about a special offer included in the purchase, and suddenly you’re all in. Google is doing something of the sorts this holiday season, offering 1TB of Google Drive storage space for 2 years with the purchase of a new Chromebook.
What’s usually a $240 value, the 1TB Drive storage comes completely free with the device. Chromebooks usually ship with 100GB of Drive space free for two years, but a full terabyte is just an awesome deal. The deal is being offered for any Chromebook on the Play Store or on the official site. If you’re interested in pricing, the base model Acer C720 Chromebook is being offered for $199, and they range all the way up to $1,299 for the Pixel. Thinking about the super cheap price of these computers (except in the case of the Pixel), this is one heck of a deal.
To get the extra storage, you need to purchase the computer before January 1st, 2015, otherwise you’ll be stuck with only 100GB. Do you think you or a family member will take advantage of this offer?