As I sit on a carpeted floor in a Las Vegas conference center, queuing up for yet another CES press event, I’m writing this article on an Asus Flip, a low-cost small Chromebook that was one of the first to be able to handle both Chrome OS and Android apps. Chromebooks are an interesting type of technology; created for an operating system meant to be solely online — and as a result, not accepted as readily as either Mac OS or Windows. The addition of Android apps could prove a push in the right direction — or, at least, a push toward a more popular interface.

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