You can find a lot of affordable Chromebooks, but not many that offer as much quality for the price.
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t’s been more than two years since the first Chromebooks went on sale. They certainly haven’t taken the world by storm and there have been varying opinions and doubts about the viability of this notebook platform that runs Chrome OS. But Chromebooks are still alive and may be sticking around for a while. Here are 8 reasons why:
After years of being exclusively offered to the education market, Google are relaunching their ChromeBook devices for the Australian market.
The Yoga Book's innovative adaptive keyboard may be a good fit for schools, so Lenovo's planning a Chrome OS version for 2017.
A thread on Google's Chromium code repository suggests fingerprint scanning is being built into future Chromebooks, which would help the platform catch up with Android and Windows.
Both Chrome OS and Windows 10 help themselves to similar usage data by default, but in different ways.
The Chromebook Pixel 2's reign is over, and it's not clear what will replace it.
Android apps will run unaltered, but developers may also choose to optimize their wares to, for example, offer multiple window sizes.
A Chromebook is primarily designed to be used with Web-based Google apps and an Internet connection. It's not like a typical Windows or Mac OS laptop. Here are two models from Acer and Samsung that we've compared.
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