Lenovo may be preparing several Chromebooks for May release

By Shawn Knight
Jan 15, 2013
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  1. Rumor has it that one of the largest computer manufacturers in the world is preparing to release a Chromebook in just a few short months. It's widely known that Acer and Samsung have similar machines based on Google's popular OS...

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  2. Chazz

    Chazz TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 623   +56

    "Google's popular OS" "should the Chromebook revolution actually pick up steam."

    Are you serious with this or is this a joke? Read your Microsoft articles and then read your Google articles and tell me why you guys can't produce articles without having a positive tone for one of those companies and repeated negative tones/articles for the other company. I honestly don't understand why this happens. Why was the Windows Phone 8 reboot bug reported but not the Jelly Bean reboot bug? It's laughable.
  3. Macjt

    Macjt Newcomer, in training

    Perhaps because Google fixed the issue whereas Microsofts fix caused more issues as usual.
  4. nkrulish2

    nkrulish2 Newcomer, in training

    The success of Chromebooks is dependent upon price-point (& the obvious performance questions). With the release of PARCC, chromebooks could become part of a revolution, but only if access to these devices remains under $300. If Lenovo charges over $300, then you have to start asking yourself, why not just get everything a chromebook offers plus a hard-drive by purchasing a windows-based laptop? Laptops with hard-drives are becoming incredibly cheap so the pricing of a Chromebook is tricky...


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