The results of the chromebook experiment

My Chromebook experiment actually worked out great at the conference. My main dev IDE was CodeAnywhere which worked well for coding.

It won’t be able to replace my MacBook full time, but it can do the job nicely in a pinch.

The Chromebook I used was an Acer C720P, and when I first got it, I didn’t picture using the touchscreen all that much, but it’s managed to come in handy several times since then and is definitely a feature I’ve been enjoying.

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