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There’s a common misconception that Chromebooks are somehow inferior to their Windows and Mac counterparts. Here at TechRadar, our goal is to debunk that rumor the only way that we know how – by showing you all of the best Chromebooks we’ve reviewed and shouting about them until you take notice. It is our belief that Chromebooks are excellent for both leisure and productivity, rivaling some mid-range and even high-end Ultrabooks on the market.
First off, let’s address the ideal use case for a Chromebook. Let’s say you have a 9-to-5 office job, and you need a laptop that lasts majority of the day without the need to recharge it. Then let’s say you want to come home and unwind after work with a mug full of hot cocoa and a Netflix queue full of your go-to binge-worthy TV show. That’s when a Chromebook will undoubtedly come in handy.
They won’t push boundaries when it comes to video production or gaming, but Chromebooks are multi-faceted and functional nonetheless. What’s more, thanks to Google’s efforts in getting Android apps to work on a great deal of Chromebooks available right now, you’ll be able to utilize mobile apps in your uptime and play mobile games in your downtime, so that you never have to be without technology at your fingertips.
Not long after declaring the Chromebook Pixel dead, Google has revived it in a way that frankly none of us were expecting leading into its reveal. Now, it’s called the Google Pixelbook, and
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