So, besides the 100GB of free Google Drive space you get when you buy a Chromebook, you also get 12 free passes to GoGo inflight internet. If you happen to fly quite a bit on airlines like American, that can equate out to over $100 of free internet while you fly. Just found this out while I am flying from Dallas back to California (using the service at I type this). Only works with Chromebooks and the passes don't expire until late 2015 some time. You also get 60 days of free Unlimited Google Music access, instead of the normal 30 days (assuming you haven't signed up for it before.) Pretty good little bit of extras to give you the incentive to buy a cheap laptop. And now with Google docs have offline access, I think I am going to pass on buying another laptop and just stick with Chromebooks and tablets. I spent $150 on my current Chromebook from Samsung (deal I got a while ago through Best Buy) and it isn't exactly what you call top of the line. But hey, it works for surfing the internet, document generation, watching youtube and email just fine. The latest Chromebooks coming out from Samsung have some pretty good specs and I think I will pass this one off to my daughter. The new Chromebooks have laptop level specs and screen resolution that closes in on a MacBook Pro retina display and for roughly $1000 cheaper.