In 2017, Google and Acer announced the Chromebook, a sleek, portable operating system for Chromebooks.
The Chromebook was designed to be used for online video, but has since gone mainstream, being installed on more than 100 million Chromebooks, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
The new operating system has a few key differences from the traditional Chromebooks: The Chromebooks come with Google’s Chrome OS operating system instead of Microsoft’s Windows 10.
Google has also designed the device with a sleek design, so it’s not like a traditional notebook, but it’s a bit more flexible than a traditional laptop.
This is a Chromebook, but you can also install apps like Dropbox or Dropbox Lite on the device, as well as add a keyboard and mouse.
It also has a USB Type-C port, which can be used to charge the Chromebook.
But the biggest difference between the Chromebook and the other Chromebooks is that the Chromebooks can run Chrome OS, which has an open source license.
In other words, anyone can create apps that can run on the Chromebook as long as they agree to release the code under a separate, open source operating system.
The Linux community and open source community in general have been looking for a similar model of open source licensing to open source hardware for Chromebook devices, so many developers have started to take a look at the Chromebook project.
And the community has already embraced the Chromebook in many ways.
Since launching in 2017, Chromebooks have become one of the most popular consumer Chromebooks in the world.
But there’s another way to look at Chromebooks that isn’t as popular, and that’s that many Chromebooks are being sold as a replacement for a traditional computer, not a replacement to a computer.
In 2017 the number of Chromebooks sold increased from 13 million to 26 million.
The number of total Chromebooks has also increased from 17 million to 32 million, according the Chromebook Tracker website.
But with the increasing popularity of Chromebook devices and with the popularity of Android smartphones and tablets, many companies have been offering their own Chromebooks as a way to make money.
Acer and Google have taken a similar approach, releasing their own devices for Chromebook use.
Chromebooks will be available from Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Acer, and Samsung.
Chromebook devices are also available from ASUS, Dell and Lenovo.
Acer’s Chromebook line includes the Acer Chromebook 11 and Acer Chromebook 13, which are both Chrome OS-based Chromebooks with a 1080p display and ARM processors.
The Acer Chromebook 10 Chromebook comes with a 16GB or 32GB of storage, depending on the model, and is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and a 1GB of RAM.
Dell has a Chromebook 11 Chromebook, which is powered with a 1GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 4GB of DDR3 RAM.
Lenovo’s Chromebook 13 Chromebook comes in a 13.3-inch screen and is priced at $549.
HP has a 15-inch Chromebook 11 that comes with either a 16 or 32 GB of storage.
Lenovo is also releasing a Chromebook 13 that comes in an 18-inch version for $549, while Acer is also making a Chromebook 15, which comes in 16GB of Storage for $799.
Samsung is also selling a Chromebook 12 Chromebook for $749.
There’s also a Chromebook Pixel for $499, which includes a 16-inch display, a 1,800mAh battery, Android software, and a 13-inch touch display.
The price of the Chromebook is $699, but with an option to buy two devices for $1,199.
The $299 Chromebook Pixel is a premium Chromebook that has a 1080 pixel display and a Snapdragon 835 processor.
There are also options for the $399 Chromebook 13 Pixel, which features a 1 GHz Intel Core CPU and 2GB of memory.
Dell Chromebooks do not come with a screen or processor, but there are options to get a 13 inch display for $449, while the $549 Chromebook Pixel comes with an 18 inch display.
Lenovo Chromebooks don’t come with any Windows 10 or Chrome OS features, but the Chromebook Pixel does.
The most affordable Chromebook for Chromebook users is the $299 Dell Chromebook 11, which runs Windows 10 Pro and has a 13″ display and 2.5GHz Intel CPU.
There is also a $499 Chromebook 13 for Chromebook buyers, which also runs Windows 7 Home Premium, and has Intel Core processors and RAM.
HP Chromebooks run ChromeOS but do not have a display, and Lenovo Chromebook users have a 13inch display and 32GB RAM option.
Lenovo has also released the Chromebook 10, which offers a 12.9-inch Display with a 2.2GHz Intel processor and 2 GB of RAM, and comes with 32GB storage for $399.
There have also been rumors that HP is releasing a Chrome OS Chromebook called the HP Chromebook 13.
The HP Chromebook 11 is a 13 megapixel 1080p IPS display that comes bundled