The legitimacy of Chromebooks isn’t in question, but for an everyday laptop it’s a tough sell sometimes. Sure, the price is great, but is it good for streaming the NCAA Tournament? Is it fast enough to use in the office for that presentation? Can I comfortably give it to my kids without hearing nothing but complaints?
You’ll be without Minecraft for the kids, but for almost everything else Chromebooks go all the way. The only piece lacking has been quality, or more specifically high-quality and high-performance, which the Acer Chromebook R11 has, but not at the finesse of, say, a good Windows laptop. That’s where Toshiba's 2016 Chromebook 2 comes in. Read more... More about Reviews , Chrome Os , Laptops , Toshiba , and Chromebooks