I saw some pixelbooks the other day...
That's the chromebook that google designed in house, with the unreasonable nice display and the overpowered for a chromebook hardware and the all day battery life.
I saw it and I was Enamored. It's a beautiful piece of hardware.
I imagine it's useless, as it's a chromebook and I imagine all chromebooks are useless.
Can someone who has used one chime in and tell me if it is actually useless? Is there a way I can make it useful?
So it looks like they'll run debian in a container out of the box. That's neat.
Stick it in dev mode and it'll let you install another OS.
There are a couple for sale locally for less than $200, so I might pick one up and fiddle with it as a Not-Work laptop.
I've crammed galliumos on an x86 acer chromebook a few years ago and it's still happily in use in our house.
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