Snapdragon-based Chromebook could rival always-connected PCs,
You don’t have great choices for non-Intel processors on Chromebooks at the moment — the Rockchip-made parts you often see in low-end systems keep costs down, but they struggle with intensive tasks. That might not be an issue in the future. About…
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