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With the addition of Google Play Store access, Chromebooks are finally real laptops – well, sort of. | kimi's blog
For $2-300 you can set yourself up with a Chromebook, which gives you access to Google’s suite of Cloud apps. And now, when you upgrade to Chrome Version 53, you get access to the Google Play Store too – which means access to all the Android apps you can install on a computer that offers less storage than the average smartphone. This isn’t to say that … Continue reading "With the addition of Google Play Store access, Chromebooks are finally real laptops – well, sort of."