Chromebooks: Could Be Costly

Getting a good night’s sleep is very important for students. But nightmares can sometimes keep them up at night. One nightmare shared by all high school students is dropping their Chromebook.

Students wonder what will happen if they do.

If the fall causes no damage, then all is well. Various damages will cost varying costs. Prices go up each time that repairs are necessary.

The first repair will cost $65, the second $80 and the third $95. A temporary rental Chromebook will be issued to the student until theirs is repaired.

In the worst case scenario, the whole thing could have to be replaced. Depending on whether or not you purchased insurance, the cost will be different. A brand new Chromebook, retail, is $290.

 

Written by Chase Meehan