On Aug 27, 2014 9:20 AM, "Mayuresh Kathe" <mayuresh(a)kathe.in> wrote:
On 2014-08-27 06:20, Nishit Dave wrote:
> On Aug 25, 2014 9:24 PM, "Mayuresh Kathe" <mayuresh(a)kathe.in> wrote:
>> Looking to sell off my HP ChromeBook 14 (4GB RAM).
>> Runs that Linux based ChromeOS from Google. :)
>> Is less than 2 months old.
>> Am willing to part with it for INR.20,000/-
> Why do you want to sell it, Mayuresh? Was it unsuitable for the use you
put it to? Was it underwhelming in capabilities?
How was your experience with ChromeOS? Is it up to the hype? How does it
match with user needs, in your view, in the Indian context? What would be
the best use case scenario for it?
It would be great to know about these things from your point of view.
The ChromeBook was purchased for my father who can't be considered a
It isn't unsuitable, just that he fell in love
with his newly purchased
I wouldn't call the ChromeBook underwhelming in
any of it's capabilities.
The ChromeOS experience is really great, absolutely harmonized hardware
Yes, it is totally up to the hype and matches it's
intended purpose, i.e.
a machine primarily for "using" web services.
I can't keep it because it would be a dead investment for me, I am a
developer and the only development one can do with the ChromeBook
Would it be possible to have a look at the device? Do get in touch directly
to exchange coordinates.
R. K. Rajeev