HP's latest notebook to run Google's no-frills software, the Chromebook 11, has had its price slashed from £230 to £200 on Amazon. PC World is flogging it for £230 with a £30 cashback deal too, until 4 December.
If you're after a simple device for browsing and email, but fancy a full keyboard rather than a touchscreen tablet, you'll do well to find a better option for under £200.
Chromebook is Google's name for the genre, which are basically laptops running its Chrome operating system -- a bit like Android -- rather than Windows or Mac OS. Most manufacturers call their products Chromebook, and they're all very similar.
Samsung's 2012 effort can be had for £20 less, but this HP version looks classier and has a better screen. It's a fairly basic 1,366x768-pixel, 11.6-inch display, but its IPS tech makes it brighter and clearer.
Inside there's a pretty weak 1.7GHz mobile processor, 2GB of RAM and just 16GB of storage, which you can't expand because there's no SD card slot. But that's not really the point -- this is a laptop you just use for browsing the Web, with Chrome's add-ons the only apps you can install. If you want tonnes of games, you'll be better off with an Android tablet such as the new Nexus 7.
"A fresh look and comfortable feel make HP’s 11-inch budget Chromebook an appealing bet," says my colleague Scott Stein in his full review at CNET.com. Watch his video for a closer look:
Meanwhile, PC World's doing more cashback on iPads and other Google-powered gadgets, with a range of money-in-your-wallet offers on Android tablets and the Kindle Fire, depending on the price. You'll find all the details in this PDF.
Are you considering a Chromebook? What's your experience with them been like? Deliver your own verdict down in the comments, or over on our no-frills Facebook page.