What is with the Chromebook?

At first I did not know what to think. Google was building an Operating System? How is this going to work? Then I saw it in action. There is no need to buy an expensive PC or Macbook. I am actually a huge fan of Google and the work they are doing with all the applications coming out of Google today, but I did not think that a laptop was going to be one of those things. Granted the laptops have different manufacturers, but I did not think it would be so usable.

You can actually do anything that any other computer does. If you don’t have a Google account already, it would be best to get one with this. This computer is ideal for college students or anyone with light computing tasks.  Every Google account comes with 15 GB of free cloud storage called Google Drive. So even if the computer is lost, stolen, or destroyed, as long as you still have your Google credentials you still have all your photos, documents, or that assignment you need to turn in Monday morning. Plus you can sync your google account across all your devices. Just log in from another computer and send it to your professor or teacher. You can stream YouTube, Netflix, or any other internet streaming account you may have, not only that, but if you plug a Chromecast in to your TV you can stream it from the Chromebook to the TV. You will not be able to play the newest, greatest games on this, but a laptop that does play high end games will most likely land you in the price range of $1000 or more. The next computer I would like to buy will probably not be an expensive laptop, but one of these Chromebooks. If you think you would like to buy one or try one out please click the picture or the link below and it will bring you to one of the Chromebooks that I would actually recommend.

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