Originally Posted by michaeltscott
I was afraid of that it seemed like a bit much as compared to the Roku 1,2 and maybe the PS3/Netflix business anyway
to bad they couldn't do it with native code but you know all that stuff . Looks like the PC is going to remain the top dog for browsing Netflix and ofc. You Tube....... Web browsers are hard to beat for functionality and enhancements
when it's all said and done .
Have you seen the spike in enterprise business sales of Chromebooks .... unbelievable Dell had to suspend sales
due to excessive demand and low inventories you can bet they've been on the phone with some one ramping up some orders !
I would have never guessed quite as much but still quite bit . I was always tied to my think pad in the field
but TBH a lot that *could be done * with a Chromebook and a good connection and some off line apps.
Power point was also big but not so much now like it was .there was time for almost 20 yrs when you didn't go to a meeting or have a meeting without a PP presentation it just wasn't done !Now they will throw out the door if you bring one is some circles no lie! Excel is still top dog though !
We used Excel to write our budgets ,expenses , and forecasts if they could somehow port that over to Chromebook
they would own the enterprise laptop market,................ s**t the way it's going they might anyway !
s**t they have i3 Chrome books now ! I would have killed for one in a think pad when I was working !