Would you like to purchase a new laptop computer for yourself, a child, a grandchild, or for an adult with limited or no computer experience? Does it need to have a full-sized screen and a decent keyboard? Do you want to do word processing, spreadsheets, read and write email, surf the web, access Facebook and Twitter, access online banking applications, and also play lots of games? Would you like a computer that never gets viruses, doesn’t need backups, and is simple to operate? Do you also have a broadband Internet connection available? Would you like to pay $200 to perhaps $250 for this laptop? If so, I have a suggestion for you.
Chrome Operating System
A Chromebook is a low-cost laptop computer that does not run Windows, does not run Macintosh, and doesn’t even run Linux. Instead, a Chromebook runs the Chrome operating system, a competitor to the other operating systems. The Chrome operating system was developed by Google. Chromebooks usually sell for bargain basement prices: $200 to $250. However, you might see a few at higher prices, typically offering bigger display screens, cell phone wireless network connections, or larger disk drives.