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Michael Endler
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2/22/2013 | 4:52:05 PM
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Agreed. It's interesting that HP's Chromebook plan was interpreted more as a ding against Microsoft than a win for Google. I'm still intrigued by the concept, though. That Acer is taking a leading Chromebook role is noteworthy also. Dell and HP got a lot of bad press for their respective PC struggles but Acer, whose CEO has been very critical of Windows 8, really got killed last year.

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2/22/2013 | 1:05:33 AM
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I've always liked the idea behind the Chromebook, but I'm starting to get skeptical: more costly, more frills, in a market that hasn't seen much growth (and that's being charitable), and a product that hasn't had success.
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