No One Is Buying Chromebooks

FleshEatingZipper says: "Imagine buying an iPhone and it had one app: Safari. Imagine buying a Windows-based netbook and as soon as you entered your credentials, you were ushered to a full screened version of Internet Explorer from which you could never leave. I’ve had some great times with my own Chromebook, an original CR-48 model, but let’s be fair: I got it for free. It turns out that both Acer and Samsung have both had a hard time selling the devices and it’s not very hard to see why."

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Walmart early access sale: TVs, Apple tech, action cameras and more on sale ahead of Black Friday

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SwiderMan525d ago

The $398 LG TV is infinitely better than the $98 .onn TV, but I bet people will choose the latter


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