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Description: Google has announced new Chrome-powered computers, which are set to target budget-conscious consumers and schools.

Source: BBC News

Date: April 1, 2015


The range includes a new type of device called the Chromebit, which looks like an oversized memory stick, and turns monitors and TVs into computers when plugged into their HDMI ports. The tech firm also revealed the cheapest Chromebook laptops to date, costing $149 . Read More

Questions for discussion:

1. Do you think these devices will eventually eliminate the need for the large computer towers?

2. What type of opportunities might be associated with having a computer this size? What about risks?

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