Mac OS X Lion for $30.....that beats the price of paying for a ChromeBook. But I wonder what the difference is. Their must be some things Chrome can do that X Lion cannot and vise-versa. Only thing I believe apple doesn't have is the "cloud" feature.
The final developer release of Mac OS X Lion came out last week with even more new hidden gems.
Of note, the ability to restart your computer directly into a Safari-only mode. It's essentially the same concept as Google's Chromebooks, which run entirely on the Chrome browser.
Does that make Lion a direct competitor with Chromebooks? Not exactly. But for a simple $30 upgrade, your existing computer can become a snappy, web-only machine just a Chromebook.
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