If you're heading into the friendly skies this Summer, there's another reason besides awesome mood lighting to fly with Virgin America — you could get the extra added bonus of surfing the web at 35,000 feet with a new Chromebook. Starting today, and running through Sept. 30, Virgin America and Google are loaning free Chromebooks to passengers for use on select flights out of San Francisco, Dallas-Fort Worth, Boston, and Chicago. To get one, all you have to do is find the ChromeZone kiosk nearest your departure gate for check out, enjoy during your flight, and then return it to your arrival crew before you leave the airport.
But there's another way for NYC travelers to get their hands on a Chromebook. Find out how after the break.
Google has also partnered up with Ace Hotel in NYC to offer a free loaner Chromebook for guests to use during their stay. But you won't find this laptop tethered to your nightstand — the Chromebook is available to use in and outside of the hotel, wherever you may roam. Plus, you'll get WiFi and free 3G connectivity for the duration of your stay, and the stylish felt case to carry it in. You can even download the Ace Hotel NYC Field Guide Chrome App, which will help you get around the Big Apple in style.