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Google’s Chromebook for business: Interesting math, but your mileage will vary

May 12, 2011 No Comments

Google’s big pitch for enterprise adoption of its Chromebook revolves around labor savings, easy implementation and cloud-based processes, but your mileage—and the math to get there—will vary.

At Google’s I/O conference Wednesday all the talk was about the Chromebook and the company’s browser-based Chrome OS. I’d argue that the Chromebook will have a rough outing with consumers. Just based on the price tag of roughly $400 it’s hard to see the Chromebook competing with a tablet.

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