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Recommendations for a Chromebook to be used in the office

I am looking for recommendations for brand, model and real life experience for chromebook (good or bad) to be  used in a small office.
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It is only for using google drive, google docs/sheets and printing to a network printer.  I will want to connect to a docking station and use 1 to 2 additional monitors as well as the laptop screen.
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Sorry it took so long but I wanted to follow up.  

For this case, we ended up not using Chrome Books.  As it turned out, we found too many issues where desktop apps were required.  I could find some work arounds via 3rd party apps that were just that, work arounds.

I think if your only need was to work in word processing, spredsheets, internet or web based email (I am not a fan of web based gmail), then this could be a good option.

The end result was the complete opposite, Instead of a cheap chromebook, went with the MS Surface Book Pro with 8gig RAM w GPU and 250 Gig HD.  Been working very nicely.
Thank you!