Chromebooks are laptops and two-in-ones running on Google’s Chrome operating system. The hardware might look like any other laptop, but the minimalistic, web-browser-based Chrome OS is a different experience from the Windows and MacOS laptops
What are some advantages of a Chromebook?
Long battery life: The minimalistic Chrome OS and absence of a typical spinning hard drive means unplugged times can be longer on a Chromebook.
Optimized for Google apps: If you already rely on Google’s popular apps such as Calendar and Gmail, the Chrome OS is optimized for using them conveniently.
Fast boot times: With an OS that’s intentionally minimalistic and data stored on a solid state drive, a Chromebook has less to accomplish when booting up, so it’s ready to use much faster.
Browser-based simplicity: If you can use a web browser, you can use a Chromebook, since it’s primary user interface is the Chrome browser.
Extremely thin and light: With fewer bulky internal components, Chromebooks are among the thinnest, lightest PC devices available today.