Summary: Worst laptop I have ever bought would never buy google product again wont let you download the most simple things. It always says google doesnt support this such as music, games, downloads apps for fitbit flex ect just says google doesnt support this google doesnt support anything worst money ever spent.
Summary: Chromebooks in general seem to get a bad reputation for only being useful when connected to the internet, or using cloud storage. But if you understand the Chromebooks limitations, and you're somebody who mainly uses your computer for internet surfing (like me), then you will love this simple little computer. *** Pros *** ✓ Price – when you look at what hardware you're getting for the price, this machine really is a good buy!
Summary: I bought this about a month ago to replace a very old and tired Windows 7 Starter netbook, which I largely used in my work as a private tutor to open exam papers in PDF form. Now, with this Chromebook, I can not only do that but so much more too. Setting up the machine was simply a matter of inputting my Google account details and installing some apps. Booting up the machine from cold takes all of 15 seconds (if I can type in my password quick enough!
Overall google has made a great product that needs to be praised more
27 September 2014
Summary: For £199 you would be a fool not to buy if you are looking for a cheap pc to do college work or simple computer tasks. The chrome book uses a chrome os so therefore you can't run windows or mac applications. To make it simple I will just do a simple pro's and con's list; Pro's: Its cheap It is surprisingly fast for low specs it has a seven second boot up it includes a 100GB google drive cloud where you can create documents, slideshows, spreadsheets and many more.