I tend to disagree. When I think of a Chromebook, I think of a continuous version of the OS that does one thing pretty much very well. When I think of Windows, I have nothing to think of, especially on the precipice of Windows 10 – why would I lock my poor grandparents or kids into an OS that is about to be eclipsed1? Besides, if you have used $400 laptops, you should cringe at a $200 laptop even harder.
- On the other hand, if you want to test Windows 10 realistically (not on a VM, and not on a desktop), then this could be a decent solution. ↩