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KELLNER: What Google’s new Chromebook says about the future

KELLNER: What Google’s new Chromebook says about the future
By Mark A. Kellner
The Washington Times Wednesday, November 28, 2012



"The basic idea behind the Chromebook is that it would function largely while connected to the Internet. Data are stored on Google’s servers, presumably securely, and applications, such as they are, also are in the “cloud.” That means the Chromebook doesn’t need much in the way of onboard storage, and its manufacturers (mainly Samsung) can use reasonably priced microprocessors and “splurge” on better displays and smaller form factors.

In plain English, if you can get something that does a lot of what Apple’s MacBook Air does at one-quarter of the price, or less, would you do it?"


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