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Interesting news regarding the Chromebook…. 

Exciting news about Chromebooks for Education! We heard a lot of feedback from schools that they were interested in an upfront, 1 year pricing option that would fit better in budgeting cycles. 
Today, we’re adding a new one year payment plan in addition to our three year subscription plan that provides you 1 year of management services, support, and warranty ($5/month for management and support – but NOT warranty – after that).


Updated: AND we have a special offer out to schools With your first order 30 or more Chromebooks, you’ll receive a Chromebook charging cart and a Google Cloud Print printer!http://lp.google-mkto.com/ChromebookClassroomOffer_Overview.html


1 year upfront payment: $449 (Wi-Fi), $519 (3G)– $5/month for management services and support after
3 year subscription: $20/month (WiFi), $23/month (3G)includes management services, support, and warranty.


There’s also some new features in the management panel! Group policy management (so you can set different policies for teachers vs students), shipping tracking, and asset management. Check out the blog for the full story: http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2011/10/more-choices-for-purchasing-chromebooks.html

Also, if you’re interested in finding out more about Chromebooks, check out the webinar series! More info below:

New Chromebook Classroom Webinar Series!Wednesdays at 9AM PT/12PM ET starting October 26We’ll be covering all things Chromebooks – a general overview, the management console, getting around the chrome browser, finding useful web apps and extensions, hearing from schools using Chromebooks, and tips for moving your classroom to the cloud.
Register: http://lp.google-mkto.com/chromebookclassroom_webinars.html


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