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While Google Chrome OS has been around for years only recently has the game been stepped on both the software and hardware side. With lots of great Chromebooks already out ASUS is now tackling the entry level desktop PC side with the new Chromebox CN60. Outfitted with an Intel Celeron dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD it makes for a surprisingly solid web browsing machine.
Chromebox has a network jack that would cost around $20 to add to a Chromebook but for he added portability and use if the power fails I think the Chromebook is the better buy. The box is more easily upgraded but I will still take the Chromebook.
I bought the Dell version of this device and I love it SO much! only problem is I can't see a comment section when watching youtube videos. I can't comment. AND actually CAN'T SEE ANY comments at all using this device. I have to grab my iPad or phone to comment on YouTube videos. that's inconvenient. please reply to this comment if you have a solution to this problem. thanks everyone
#IntelInspire Pax allows gamer's a place to go for meeting new competitive gamer's and challenge them also pay new games, We enjoy the time there because its based on the things were good at and also do 24/7 well for some of us. Pax East is a good place for gamer's to enjoy there time and not have someone call them a geek or something because everyone around you is a geek and Pax also lets you express that geekness inside of you(I don't think geekness is a word), That's my opinion on Pax East
Would anyone say this is ok as a basic web browser, support html5,flash, java etc? I'm looking at building a pc station for a stroke victim who has is paralysed on his left side and can only use right hand. Does chrome so come with accessibility extras i.e magnifier, on screen keyboard etc. Thanks