If you are in the market for a chromebook and can afford this price point, it's a must buy. I have one and my wife and I love it. For my office setup we might buy a windows based deskptop or laptop just in case we need windows, but our need for windows is becoming less and less.
I'm trying to find a good video explaining chrome os, I kind of confused, I was super excited about buying this for typical school function and media consuming. But at the end he says a great pixel book that you shouldn't buy... Hmm
LTE would make this a legit business machine. It would appeal to business people that work outside an office. A lot of companies are using web based apps that would work perfect on a light and efficient machine like this.
The only thing I would like laptops to do to get Android App keyboards in. Because Window's Vietnamese keyboard is unusable, when SwiftKey Vietnamese has it solved. Though neither Pixel or Windows laptops will ever have this available. Unless they have the keyboard available in WIndows "Store" via Tablet Mode.
So I need internet everywhere to use the chromebooks? Which means I can use only at home and work and not on the go? And what about plugging in USB's and Hard Drives? Will that work? Where's the file manager in this?
This is definetely not a usable machine.. Who the f.. wants to use it without real OS. But hey, there's a solution. You can now install Windows 10 on Chromebook. You have to know a thing or to but its doable.. Now Chromebook becomes extremely cheap ultrabook.