No matter what I happen to be shopping for-car, clothes, gadgets-my options always lack one very small feature that ends up making the item near useless…at least that’s how it seems.
…I’ll find a car I like, but in order to get the one feature that makes that vehicle desirable, you have to buy the super luxury model that is out of my budget.
…I’ll find an article of clothing that I like, but the store won’t have my size.
…I’ll find my dream gadget (iPad 2), and it lacks one, tiny feature (no equation editor). This is only an issue because I’m a math teacher. I thought I had found a way around this problem, but my work around is not practical for a large number of equations in one document.
Here are some of the things I think I would like about a Chromebook:
-Google docs-has an equation editor.
-access to Dropbox.
-free 100MB of 3G per month for 2 years!
The one thing I don’t like:
-can’t edit documents off-line.
Everything that I do on a computer, other than word processing, is on the web.
If you’ve used a Chromebook, let me know what you think.