- Long battery life
- Thin and light
- Poor screen
- Poor keyboard
- Housing not equally strong
Early 2011 views we CR-48 from Google. It was the era of cheap netbooks, but that first matte Chromebook did anything but cheap, and what hardware is concerned showed the model netbooks behind. When all the aim of the company with Chromebooks became clear; if you can only offer a browsing experience you but also offer better the best browsing experience.
Many of Chromebooks then did not make it to the CR-48, which plays a role that manufacturers, unlike Google with its test model, really have to earn their Chromebooks money. Many laptops with Chrome OS were also glorified netbooks and budget laptops running Google’s software was put.
In the last generation is different. That was already when we discussed the HP Chromebook 14. Google seems to have that Chromebooks have to meet almost any set of guidelines: a sturdy, nice body, thin, matte and with a rough surface, a large trackpad, a sufficiently powerful processor, and so on. The Chromebook Toshiba, the CB30, seems a model from Google’s book, but at one point know the laptop itself apart.
What are Chromebooks and what can you do? See an introduction to the article ” Chrome OS anno 2013 ‘