Chromebook Info

Chromebook Information

Click on the video below for a brief tutorial on Chromebook use and Chromebook care.

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Common Causes for Broken Chromebooks
 
Carrying Chromebooks with lid open
Chromebooks power up quickly, so it is safer to shut the lid when transporting.


Carrying Chromebooks by the screen

Too much pressure by your fingers causes damage to the LCD in the screen.


Not gently removing headphones or earbuds.

Headphone jacks can easily break off in the Chromebook. 

 

Closing the lid with pencils, earbuds and cords, pens, etc. laying on the keyboard

Closing the lid with items on the keyboard will damage the LCD screen.

 

Leaving the Chromebook on the floor or sitting in a chair.

Chromebooks can get stepped on and/or sat on and crushed.


Having food or drinks near the Chromebook.

Liquids and food get inside the keyboard causing the keyboard to have to be replaced.

Contact Us

Ginger Antwine
Media Specialist
gantwine@walton.k12.ga.us
Phone: (678) 684-2727

Kristin May
Media Para
kristin.may@walton.k12.ga.us
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