I suppose that it's meant for multimedia consumption, not for productivity, so comparing it with an ordinary Windows laptop is not fare.
Sam.Smythe, 28 Jun 2016Very nice. With the upcoming Android apps on Chrome, I see this option will make chromebook mo... morewell, there already are dual boot tablets out there that runs android and windows 10 on a single device, just that you need to reboot them to change the os.
i wonder how it would fare to normal laptops on the productivity software side...
why dont android laptop, no need to rename it as chrome os,....Windows now too old and complicated
Very nice. With the upcoming Android apps on Chrome, I see this option will make chromebook more interesting and usable than before.
I envisioned that every laptop one day will be a convertible. Maybe mobile OS when undocked and desktop OS when docked? That will be a gadget both entertaining and productive without too much everything else lying on my desk. :D