It seems everyone is posting their review after a few days of working with the laptop. I decided to take a different perspective with the initial review. When I first started playing with ChromeOS betas a few months ago I came to the realization that this was not for me. Two things were apparent:
This machine [...]
Since everyone is talking about the fit and finish (which is great other than the battery) I thought I’d talk about the security of the device. Google has already spoken about the separation of user/system with the web browser functions so I will skip that portion. The majority of my work was looking at how the OS responded [...]
Tonight I was placing in my calendar the fact that a friend of mine is traveling to New Zealand when I noticed the little red squiggly informing me that I spelled the country incorrectly. Needless to say I expect such things, to the point of phonetically spelling just to make sure spell check gets it. [...]
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