quote harbin91If he's a student, I'd say he's probably gonna use this laptop primarily for school work, which would be ideal for a Chromebook because it saves documents to the cloud, meaning he could access his documents from any computer. Also, AFAIK, most colleges and universities have internet access throughout their campuses, so I doubt that connectivity would be an issue. Even so, Chromebooks can still function while offline (google docs WILL work, IIRC).That would largely depend on what he needs the laptop for. Chromebook is fine for largely browsing the internet and listening to music but since everything sits in the cloud he would require constant internet access. I know it uses a version of Linux but I'm not entirely sure how it works if you lose connectivity. If he was gonna use a Linux OS then I'd recommend something else than that TBH.
quote hiigaranIf I can make payments it doesn't really matter. I don't mind paying for something nice. But as far as cash in hand only a couple hundred bucks.so how much money are you willing to spend?
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