Re: Why does ChromeOS still exist? It should have just been replaced with android.
I was initially torn between running Chrome OS (as CloudReady or Chromium OS) or Android-x86 on a laptop/tablet convertible.
But there's the problem of the fact that Chrome OS is not even ready for un-slurpage (or is it de-slurpification?)
And the fact that Chrome OS is designed with the internet in mind. What if I do most of my work offline?
And the fact that Android (especially as Android-x86) is way closer to Linux that Chrome OS. You can run Linux in a chroot under Android-x86, and even start a X server, but with Chrome OS, you need to use crouton, which is not native enough.