Chromebooks have many attractive qualities: they’re usually inexpensive, seem simple and straight forward to use, are often thin and light, and have long battery life. They also need an Internet connection for 100% functionality and have limited software offerings. Are Chromebooks good laptops for writers? In this episode we dive deep into what they are and how they work to answer that question for you.
Present: K. Tempest Bradford.
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