Chrome OS isn't ready for tablets yet

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  • Published on:  7/18/2018
  • Chrome OS tablets are coming in fast to replace the Android tablets. But is Chrome OS any good on a tablet? In this episode of Processor, Dieter spends some time with Acer's Chromebook Tab 10 education tablet to see how Google has evolved their OS. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGsLike The Verge on Facebook: https://goo.gl/2P1aGcFollow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/XTWX61Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/7ZeLvXRead More: http://www.theverge.comCommunity guidelines: http://bit.ly/2D0hlAvSubscribe to Verge Science on YouTube, a new home base for our explorations into the future of science: http://bit.ly/2FqJZMl
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  • The Verge
    The Verge  a years ago+70

    What do you want to see in a Chrome OS tablet?

  • lsp0
    lsp0 a years ago+230

    Battery > Thinness

  • Oliver Hoad
    Oliver Hoad a years ago+155

    But Dieter Bohn, why didn't you use the stable version of Chrome OS?

  • Rahul Mahajan
    Rahul Mahajan a years ago+243

    Why review a developer build when you know it's going to be buggy and throw comments based on a developer version

  • Dagoberto Ruiz
    Dagoberto Ruiz a years ago+36

    So... Chrome OS (Developer) BETA is not ready for a budget tablet - is what the title should have been. ???

  • Johannes
    Johannes a years ago+16

    Why are you reviewing a developer build? That's like complaining about a car's interior because they're still only working on the exterior.

  • Saulo Avelar
    Saulo Avelar a years ago+55

    Hey Dieter, videos are getting better and better. Congrats. Do you think they're trying to run that multiplatform environment, to the point that I'd be able to answer calls or send sms on my Chrome OS tablet/laptop?

  • ken060693
    ken060693 a years ago+17

    Dieter is one of the best tech reviewers on YouTube right now. Always has a well thought out, nuanced review that reflects real world usage, but also sees how different aspects will apply to different users.

  • TheTechPerson
    TheTechPerson a years ago+7

    Amazing video with great thoughts! 100% agree!

  • boka
    boka a years ago+23

    Great video as always Dieter, keep them coming :)

  • raul adame
    raul adame a years ago+8

    can you review the Hp Chromebook X2

  • August Lin
    August Lin a years ago+3

    why review the developer build instead of say, stable?

  • ThePochaccos
    ThePochaccos a years ago+7

    Love your videos Dieter, great energy, keeps me interested. Hope to see a lot more videos from you!

  • parazels83
    parazels83 7 months ago+2

    I still don't understand why the Chrome OS exists, if we already have Android.
    Hopefully the next Fuchsia OS replace both Chrome and Android!

  • René Sprenkels
    René Sprenkels a years ago+16

    Great video as always! 😉

  • Michael Perrigo
    Michael Perrigo 11 months ago+1

    "Is Chrome OS ready for tablets?" As of Chrome OS 70, hell yes

  • Beniyeal krrish
    Beniyeal krrish a years ago+5

    If developers and consumers support UWP, windows 10 could be a best os for tablets. But the worst part people are hard to accept any change 🙄.

  • Amough Goyal
    Amough Goyal a years ago+6

    it really needs to support googles upcoming cloud gaming thingy.

  • Edriss Nasrat
    Edriss Nasrat a years ago+1

    Why Android tablets are gone?
    What other tablets (not windows tablets) can do that Android tablets can't?
    If we have a video for it that will be great. ☺️

  • Lacy Montac
    Lacy Montac a years ago+1

    Love seeing your newer vids Dieter, you're famous enough now for a wikifeet. Keep pumping those informative vids!