Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook Go and Acer’s Chromebook Spin 311 are affordable laptops with many similarities. They have a similar resolution display, offer a similar performance level, and are both fairly compact with a sleek build. The Galaxy Chromebook Go doesn’t have a convertible build, but its optional 4G LTE connectivity makes it quite versatile, especially for those often working outside of Wi-Fi range. On the other hand, the Spin 311’s convertible design makes it easy to use as a tablet, and its smaller size is ideal for traveling or children. It’s so good that we included it in our list of the best Chromebooks as a value option. Let’s take a more extensive look at the pros and cons of these two Chromebooks to help you decide which one is better suited to your needs.