I can't say I've had any difficulties with the OS ans there aren't many "tasks" to perform.I tried out a Chromebook in Best Buy for a few minutes a couple weeks ago. I was not impressed. I couldn't figure out how to perform the simplest tasks with no knowledge of the OS. I think it is extremely important for these new mobile devices to be user friendly right out of the box, just like iOS.
It has less cores than the Galaxy S III but it's running the Exynos 5250 while the Galaxy S III uses Exynos 4 Quad.Is that true that this is a lesser powerful CPU than the S Galaxy III? I really don't see much of the use for such a device...
Wrong. There are many good web apps as long as you have a good processor, which of course these machines have.Waste of money only good for web browsing no good apps can't run any programs better off with a nice tablet.
I remember the community screaming similar stuff to this when Apple first released / announced the original MacBook Air....Waste of money only good for web browsing no good apps can't run any programs better off with a nice tablet.
Yeah, they need to develop things further. I also wonder if we'll ever see a desktop version of Android. Maybe a ChromeBook powered by Android? Or maybe a Nexus laptop?I've always thought Chrome books were interesting.
I'm passing for now and letting the concept bake a little longer, but it's moving in the right direction.