On this week’s episode of Out Tech Your Kids, we’re answering the question we’re getting from SO many parents right now: How do I pick the right laptop for my child this year?

Chromebook? MacBook? Something else? What kind of functionality do the kids really need for at-home learning? What kind of RAM? Should I consider battery power? Can they still play Minecraft on it? What about parental controls? And of course… how much is it all going to cost me? 

We know…there are a lot of questions. And we can help!

Listen right now (it’s only 15 minutes!), and then be sure you’ve subscribed to our podcast on Apple podcasts, so you never miss an episode.

 

Related Links: 

5 considerations to help you pick the right laptop for your child for at-home learning | Out Tech Your Kids from the Editors of Cool Mom Tech

Google Chromebook student options

 Apple’s student and educator discount program

The latest MacBook Air

– CNET’s list of the top 25 laptops sorted by battery power

– Trade-in programs from Amazon, Best Buy, Apple, Target

Tips for setting up a study space at home

Top image: Google Chromebook / CMT is an rstyle affiliate

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