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CTL Chromebox CBX2

Intel Celeron 5205U, 4GB RAM,64GB Storage, WiFi-6, Dual HDMI

Sale price $269.00 Regular price$336.00
CTL Chromebox CBX2 8GB RAM

Intel Celeron 5205U, 8GB RAM,64GB Storage, Wifi-6

Sale price $294.00 Regular price$368.00
CTL Chromebox CBx2 with Intel i7 Processor

Intel i7-10510U CPU, 8GB-32GB RAM, 128-250GB Storage

Sale priceFrom $749.00 Regular price$961.00
CTL Chromebox CBX2 16GB RAM

Intel Celeron 5205U, 16GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Wifi-6

Sale price $327.00 Regular price$409.00
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Renewed CTL Chromebox CBx1 4GB/ 32GB Intel Celeron ProcessorRenewed CTL Chromebox CBx1 4GB/ 32GB Intel Celeron Processor
Renewed CTL Chromebox CBx1 4GB/ 32GB Intel Celeron Processor
Sale price $149.00 Regular price$186.00
CTL Meet Compute System GQE15C (For Logitech Google Meet Kits)

CTL Meet Compute System GQE15C

Sale price $869.00
CTL Chromebox CBx2 with Intel i7 Processor Bundled with Parallels®

8GB RAM, 128GB Storage, i7-10510U, Parallels License

Sale priceFrom $799.00 Regular price$999.00
Renewed CTL Chromebox CBX1-7 Core i7

8GB Ram, 32GB Storage, Intel i7-8550U Processor

Sale price $399.00 Regular price$499.00


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Information to Consider When Shopping For Chromebox

Google Chromebox

The CTL Google Chromebox line combines the best value, performance, and service in the industry. Our customers use Chromeboxes for Digital Signs, Kiosks, industrial applications, and desktop PC replacements for call centers and computer labs. From Intel Celeron to Intel Core-i7, you can find several Chromebox models at CTL.

What is a Google Chromebox?

A Google Chrombox is a small form-factor (SFF or “mini”) PC that runs on the Chrome operating system (OS). The Chrome OS allows you to sync pre-existing Google accounts with the files on your Chromebox computer and work primarily on web-based applications to email, write, stream videos, create spreadsheets, and so forth. 

If you’re looking for a small yet mighty Chromebox to power up your computer monitors, browse our collection to find one that best meets your needs.

Is a Chromebox worth it?

Not sure whether to buy a Google Chromebox? There are several reasons why a Chromebox may be a good investment. For instance, most Chromeboxes are 6” x 6” x 2” or less in size, allowing these to take up less space on your desk than a traditional desktop computer tower. You can also use the USB-C™ port to charge your CTL Chromebox and accessories. 

Chromebox PCs are also typically used to stream video in the classroom, at home, or in the workplace. Many customers even use Chromeboxes for digital signage to promote events, demonstrate their products, and more during trade shows, conferences, or at their business. 

In addition to their versatility, Chromeboxes are generally very affordable. At CTL, Google Chromebox prices range between $149 to $1,700. Generally, the higher cost may mean it’s brand-new, has more storage, or has a faster processor. At CTL, we have Google Chromeboxes that can meet all budgets.

Is a Chromebox better than a Chromebook?

Whether a Chromebox is better than a Chromebook ultimately depends on your specific needs. For example, if you’re a bustling entrepreneur or a busy student, you’ll need something robust, portable, and not too heavy, so you can work whenever and wherever. Although a Chromebox is small and powerful, it needs to be plugged into a monitor, which will require a table or desk and a nearby outlet. On the other hand, Chromebooks are lightweight and specifically designed to take your work on the go.

Can I use a Google Mini with Chromebox?

While you can’t directly control your Chromebox with a Google Nest Mini, you can redirect the sound from your Chrome PC to a Google Home device via bluetooth. This allows you to listen to music or videos from whichever Google Home product you want, regardless of the room they’re in. 

If a Chromebox seems like a right fit for you, shop our collection of Chrome all-in-one computers to find the perfect setup for your space. We sell our Chromeboxes with the option to bundle them with output devices (screens or touchscreens) and input devices (keyboards or touchscreens).