Ok. So, that's:
... keep everything easy to use, stable and quite mobile...
- Are you saying Chromebook (CB) with Android apps is more stable than a Windows laptop (WL)? But that's just (barely blessed by Google) hacking!
- It's definitely not the mobility as the size of a CB and a WL is roughly the same (or what I'm missing here?).
- Easy to use is quite questionable, as the Android is almost exclusively screen-touch-based, while CB is significantly keyboard and mouse oriented. Yes, it has the touch-screen, but that's originally a very secondary UI option kept just for fun. It should be inconvenient to use it for the interaction with Android apps (so, are you folks using the mouse/touchpad for that?). Yes, I know, lately, the ChromiumOS started targeting tablets too. But that reminds me of the old tale about the "Antimatter-based world":
"In the Antimatter world, everything is anti- to our ways. For example, we are eating soup from bowls using spoons, while anti-people eating their anti-soup from anti-spoons using anti-bowls! Isn't that amazing? Sure thing, as the time goes, anti-bowls were made slicker and got long handle for convenience. Anti-spoons, on the other hand, went much larger and deeper to save time and also lost atavistic handle to improve safety".
No offense, use what you pleased, best wishers, and everything. But I'm trying to understand for myself what I'm missing here denying the viability of the Chromebook for the hobby while juggling over 700 apps on my two EDC Android Smartphones and probably more on four laptops?
Edited by halx, 05 March 2019 - 10:57 PM.