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You can't beat the price of the $249 Chromebook, but when you sell a machine that cheaply, you have to cut corners and the limitations are many and hard to overlook.
See my full review on CITEworld.
January 15, 2013 in Google, mobile | Permalink
Chrome OS, ChromeBook, Google, mobile, Samsung
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