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BeanieBabiesRAwesome
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BeanieBabiesRAwesome,
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11/27/2012 | 12:20:46 AM
re: Google-Branded Touch Chromebook Planned
I cant wait for this to come out!! I am so with you on that @ThomasClaburn - That's definitely going to be the future of computing as we know it! My iPhone is way faster than my first computer, which was a desktop, and its so small and sleek so we can definitely expect there to be an improvement over the current set of top laptops like these http://laptops.top5.com/
Thomas Claburn
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11/26/2012 | 11:24:10 PM
re: Google-Branded Touch Chromebook Planned
I'd settle for a removable screen. Every laptop should disassemble into a tablet and keyboard.
Ellis Booker
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11/26/2012 | 10:22:05 PM
re: Google-Branded Touch Chromebook Planned
A Chrome-based laptop with a touch (rotating, please?) screen would be a winner for me, depending of course on the price.


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