The Samsung Chrome book of model XE500C21, which is running on Google's Chrome operating system in an allegedly heralds an innovative direction for handy computers. Chrome operating system is an operating system which is designed to make simpler users' understanding, stripping out the non-fundamental features which found on Mac or Windows computers, by leaving only the devices that the user really requires.
It does the whole thing in a web browser (it looks very identical to Google's Chrome browser on a typical computer). A model we are looking to be attach with the wireless networks, as well as one that's £50 more costly works through wireless networks along with it has a 3G link to the cell phone networks for data transfer when you are out and want to know about. The latter approaches with a 3GB of information allowance which has to be utilized within three months, subsequent to which you will require a data plan from any cell phone networks.
The major flaw here is that if you are out of the coverage area of an internet connection then the Chromebook becomes almost of no use. However it is striking, not least in the information that it took less than ten seconds from switching on to obtain to the login screen, at which point it requires your Google account information.
It is indeed light in weight about 1.5kg and 2cm thick, when it is closed it will effortlessly slip into a handbag. The keyboard was easy to use however we found the touchpad annoying as its sensitivity absolute to the area engaged by the right and left click buttons, thus we found ourselves touching the cursor in error just earlier than clicking something.The function keys of most of the laptops are unnecessary here: they have been put back with handy controls for switching applications, browsing and adjusting volume and brightness.