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At home I use a Chromebook for the most part and have for maybe 6 months or more.So yeah I've tried a Chromebook. What do you usually use at home? Something with a real keyboard or virtual?
Fair enough. Google doesn't build Chromebooks tho. That's left up to companies like Lenovo, Toshiba, Samsung and others.
You haven't actually read thru any one of the three links I gave you? I'm pretty sure you never actually tried a Chromebook for even a few minutes either. What are you basing your opinion on?
For classes that benefit from an Adobe design product then something other than a Chromebook would be the better choice. I don't think anyone believes there's any single product that's the best choice for each and every education need.
Are you in Elementary, Middle or High School?Clairification: Because that's who those apps are for.
What's missing?
What do you want to do?https://www.google.com/chrome/education/webstore/app-packs.htmlhttp://www.cnet.com/news/living-with-chromebook-can-you-use-it-to-actually-get-work-done/http://www.maximumpc.com/can_you_survive_chromebook_alone_2014
Won't happen. Chromebooks are as impervious to viruses and malware as a Mac. Perhaps more so.
What do you want to do?http://www.maximumpc.com/can_you_survive_chromebook_alone_2014
According to the AI article iPads, Chromebooks and in some cases Windows machines were all tested at the same time presumably for the same tasks by some of the schools. Administration, support, screen size, integrated keyboard, perception of it as a work device, along with less expense in both support and upfront costs have all been cited as pluses for the Chromebook. Others here are no doubt familiar with some of the advantages of an iPad over a Chromebook.
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