New Google Chromebooks have Canadian connection, now available here
Google announced that its Chromebooks are now finally available in Canada – and there’s a Canadian connection to the device’s development.
Chromebooks are relatively affordable laptops that run the Chrome operating system – a beefed up environment of Google’s popular web browser.
When you think about it, almost everything you do on a computer these days is…on the web. From checking your email to stalking friends on Facebook, a web browser seems like the perfect portal.
So the Chromebook is essentially a laptop that connects to the Internet and lets you surf the web. That doesn’t sound impressive, but then consider the price tag.
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