Chromebooks Are Built For The Web ...
Chromebooks were built as an incredibly clever internet learning tool you could argue. The perfect laptop for school, groups, or people browsing the web or just a really affordable laptop that offers you less, but only what you really use.
So, there definitely is a huge diverse market for these computers and my research has confirmed that Chromebooks are only going up from here on out. Hopefully not in price, but definitely in popularity.
More & more people are starting to use the internet every day. So, by 2029 it's estimated that 9 in every 10 people will be connected to the internet in some way. That is absolutely amazing if you take into account that our earth's population will practically also be double to that what it is now by that time.
If you are a regular user of the internet and you don't really use the full potential of your pc, then you truly will be surprised to find out just how much of your money you could save by switching over to a Chromebook and Chrome OS.
Your browser speed is faster and more reliable the better your internet connection is, so all the extra stuff packed into your $3000 i7 running Windows 10 really means very little when you are just checking your e-mail.
You might think that is a foolish way to argue the fact, but it is a fact none the less. The future has for the most part always been viewed as a utopia of abundance for everyone. By only using what you need you to grant other people space to use what they need. So... In my personal opinion, Chromebooks are the future of the ever-evolving computer and technology market.
Chromebooks are cheaper than most other high-performance laptops & desktops. You can buy the best Chromebook for about a quarter the price of the best laptop computer running Windows. So ... these machines are incredibly affordable and great value for money.
Chromebooks are like tablets from the future you could argue probably, but not really. They are definitely better for browsing the internet than any mobile phone that's for sure. Chromebooks offer you a completely different experience than Windows or Linux does, so it doesn't necessarily mean that they aren't as good.
You have all most all the functionality and benefits of a regular computer, but for much cheaper. So ... none of the heavy stuff and only what you use the most.