There’s never been a better time to get a Chromebook

It’s not Google’s fault Chromebooks have taken half a decade to be considered worthy replacements for regular full-fledged laptops running OS X and Windows. The world simply wasn’t ready to live entirely in the cloud. But now it is.

Though I’ve reviewed many Chromebooks over the years, most of them tended to fall on the low-end — cheap machines with cheap build quality and just barely good-enough performance.

That’s all changing this year as Chromebooks grow upAcer’s Chromebook 14, for example, is part of a new crop of premium notebooks running Chrome OS with the respectability you’d find from any good MacBook Air clone. Read more…

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Acer’s Chromebook 14 is the best Chromebook $300 can buy