Chromebooks, iPads, and the Desire for New Computing Platforms

on April 19, 2018
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I recently got my hands on Google’s Pixel 2 Chromebook. I have been wanting to use the Pixel 2 for some time and test it in my everyday computing workflows. There is so much to like about the Chromebook platform. It’s fast, fresh, and feels extremely modern. Much more modern than Windows or OS X. But it is really the speed, lack of clutter, and overall fresh feeling of the OS that I like best. After a few weeks with the device I can see how you can make a strong case an operating system like this has more legs for the future of notebooks, and maybe desktops than Windows or OS X. With the exception of apps.

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