Huzzah for me, I just bought myself a new laptop! A few years ago when my desktop computer died, I really wanted to get a laptop but couldn’t afford the ridiculously over-priced Windows and Apple models for sale, so I looked into a Chromebook. I was really surprised to learn that a Chromebook does everything I need. I don’t play games and don’t do image or video editing, so all the browser-based tools offered by Google can carry my day. The first Chromebook I bought was the HP 14 Chromebook, but in hindsight I sorta wished I’d paid extra and got the HP 14 G4 because the G4 model will be getting support to use Android apps, whereas the plain 14 model won’t. Or maybe it doesn’t matter, because I’ve pretty much run the life out of this laptop. Don’t get me wrong - it still runs as fast as the day I got it - but it’s starting to look a little rough around the edges from all the wear and tear and dangit, I really want a new Chromebook that will support all the cool Android apps. So after shopping around for a few months - I’m a compulsive researcher when it comes to large purchases - I settled on Acer’s Chromebook 14 w/ 4gb RAM and 14" HD/IPS screen. I’m very excited. I couldn’t normally get this model for less than ~$550 CAD, but because I live right on the border with Michigan, I only paid $314 CAD and got it shipped to my PO box in the US. Sweeet. I love new computers.