Almost a year ago, Google intended to shake the internet world with the release of its “chromebook” (notebook equipped, exclusively, with Chrome OS). Many experts and users tested it, reviewed every little detail and criticized every aspect of the newly cloud-based operating system. Nevertheless, Google’s strong bet on Chrome OS is confusing, to say the least. With a great mobile operating system already out there that’s gaining market share every passing month, many people are wondering why the Big G isn’t migrating Android to a notebook environment.
Here are some reasons why they should’ve done that