It's neither bargain basement nor impossibly high-end—and it looks pretty slick.

Once upon a time, when Google first talked about Chrome OS and the Chromebooks that run the mobile operating system, it pitched them as business tools. But when Chromebooks finally started to catch on, it wasn't in the workplace. Except for a few higher-end machines such as Google's own Pixel, Chrome OS systems have mostly catered to consumers and schools on a tight budget.

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It’s neither bargain basement nor impossibly high-end—and it looks pretty slick.

Once upon a time, when Google first talked about Chrome OS and the Chromebooks that run the mobile operating system, it pitched them as business tools. But when Chromebooks finally started to catch on, it wasn’t in the workplace. Except for a few higher-end machines such as Google’s own Pixel, Chrome OS systems have mostly catered to consumers and schools on a tight budget.

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