I use Google applications for just about everything I do online.
- Google Chrome
- Google Calendar
- Google Analytics
- Google Docs
Are you sensing a theme here?
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Slim Sleek Beautiful Power Hungry Beast – The thing is beautiful, a really premium feel to the materials, and the red is really classy and not too gaudy as you worry. The chrome ring around the outside is also a premium touch that looks great. It’s the thinnest and lightest 2-in-1 laptop, and it actually feels comfortable and feasible to do 2-in-1s in tablet mode for more than a brief period of time.
This beautiful little Chromebook, on which I am currently typing, is not only very portable but also very light, making it an ideal device for all of the things that I do online.
I’ll try to explain what a Chromebook is for those of you who don’t know what it is already. Google introduced their very own computer operating system, known as Google OS, quite a few years ago. It functions as an operating system in much the same way as Windows or Mac computers do, but it is entirely web-based. Given that I do the vast majority of what I do on a laptop online, the Chromebook is an excellent fit for the way I prefer to use a computer. As long as I have access to wifi, everything is good to go for me.
- Weighs in at just under 2.5 lbs.
- 11.6″ screen with 1366 x 768 resolution
- Comes loaded with 2GB of memory and 16GB of storage
- 2 USB ports
- Headphone/Microphone jack
- HDMI port
- Bluetooth compatible
- 7 hour batter life
Since I’ve had my brand-new Chromebook for a week, I can honestly say that I haven’t even thought about my old laptop once. Simply looking at that fact should be enough to convince you of its worth. In point of fact, there are hardly any aspects of this apparatus that are unappealing. However, this is not the device that will completely supplant the family’s laptop or desktop computer.
If you need to reliably run applications that are not web-based, like Microsoft Word, then this is probably not for you. For instance, my children will not be able to use the Chromebook for their math curriculum, which is provided on CDs.
My keyboard does not have a key labeled “DELETE,” which is another minor criticism I have of the device. Because I make a habit of trying to find that key, it would appear that I make frequent use of it.
During the upcoming academic year, I fully intend to make frequent use of my Chromebook for a variety of purposes, including blogging, conducting research, editing photos, participating in social media, writing in general, and doing so for fun. I’ve already gushed about it to a friend, and she went out and purchased one for her daughter, who is now a teenager, to take to school and use. I find it hard to believe that she will be anything other than overjoyed with it given that it costs just under $250.
I adore my brand-new Chromebook, and I anticipate that I will continue to adore it (and occasionally have to defend it against my children) for many years to come.
In addition to the Chromebook, I was also given a brand new Targus backpack to use for transporting it.
The interior is roomy, and the laptop sleeve can accommodate a device with a screen size of up to 17 inches. In addition, there are a lot of pockets, so you can easily store your mp3, cell phone, calculator, notebooks, and pens in there. It appears to be capable of withstanding the abuse that my son, who is in high school, will undoubtedly dish out to it.