Ask Engadget: Should we switch to a Chromebook?

June 16, 2018 - chromebook

Devindra Hardawar

Devindra Hardawar
Senior Editor

Ah a Transformer Pad — what a callback to a heyday of Android tablets. If we were means to hang it out with that thing for so long, you’ll be vacant during a engorgement of detachable options today.

Unfortunately, everybody has most given adult on building Android tablets, yet in their place you’ll find copiousness of slates using Windows 10. ASUS’s Transformer Mini line is a closest choice to a Pad devices, and we also unequivocally favourite a Microsoft’s Surface 3.

The large obstacle with those inclination is that they’re a few years old; PC makers have been neglecting 10-inch machines lately. The and side, though, is that we can expected find them heavily discounted. And don’t be fearful to cruise refurbished hardware, that can net we some savings.

There’s also a Chromebook Flip C302, that is a good device, yet it’s also most incomparable than a other options. If you’re peaceful to wait a bit, we’re awaiting a new tiny Surface from Microsoft after this year. And, now that PC makers are pulling “Always Connected” devices, there’s a good possibility we’ll see even some-more 10-inch inclination soon.

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