Chrome Show: Should you buy a Chromebook now or wait?

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Today might not be the best day to buy a new Chromebook or Chromebox. Why? Because the next chip-cycle from Intel started last week with one new Chromebook already announced and several others reportedly in the works. That means you can expect model refreshes in the near future and current prices to drop on existing Chrome OS computers as inventory is cleared out. A Chromecast might make a good purchase now though: There are more apps and accessories on the scene.

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kenhill3

There are plenty of reviews out there concerning Chromebooks. Read them and make your own informed decision.

petermolnar

I’d never, ever buy a Chromebook, unless I’m planning to run a linux on it.
I mean: do you truly want to buy something that checks & sells & makes money of eveything you do with it?

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