Cost Complexity – Price

This is the part where I tell you this article is being written on a Pixel (as have the vast majority of the articles on this site). And I love it.

What I got wrong in that conclusion was the same mistake nearly everyone in technology makes: I assumed that, money being equal, having it all – or, more accurately, more than I needed – was inherently better than having less.

The cost of a cheap Chromebook is a half baked toy with no performance while the cost of a potentially Adobe Lightroom-wielding alternative costs just as much as a MacBook Air.