I love me a Chromebook. Sure, there can be some blips in those that are transitioning from a truly Windows or Mac life, but for the most part, it is just seamless.
I'm finding a bit of a hiccup with the loss of Google Cloud Print, but there are ways around it. Or a client emailed me a WMA file to use, but there's no built in viewer for that - but I could easily download VLC. Always an option.
What I love the most about Chromebooks is just the sheer variety of the options. There's a Chromebook from any simple to more tech end loaded situation.
Recently, I received the Acer Chromebook Spin. It checks all the boxes I do like, a decent processor at the Intel i5, a good amount of RAM at 8GB, full swivel touchscreen and it has USB-C for ports on BOTH sides.
YAAS. Plus, full ports for HDMI, USB-A and others without being too thick.
Let's have a look at the unboxing:
So yeah, here's the part that it took me a little to realize - it's a 3:2 display. It's more square than the typical 16:9 ratios we're normally used to with displays. It looks more like an old school square TV.
After a week or so of using it I haven't really noticed at all that difference affecting me in any way like I thought it might. Very cool