Despite what some might view as a hamstrung operating system, the reason that Chromebooks are a tempting option is that most of them are very inexpensive. The one we’re looking at today, the Acer C720 Chromebook, costs a mere $249, which is about on par price-wise for many Chromebooks these days.
The question then becomes, can such a device possibly replace a laptop?
Here’s the good news: We have an answer for you, but it’s a complex answer, so you’ll have to read on to fully understand the big picture.
Along the way, you’ll get a closer look at Chrome OS as well as the Acer C720 Chromebook itself.
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