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[* black] Insert wisdom here.Before we start tearing this thing apart, let's do a little comparing to Google's previous developer-only Chromebook, the [link|http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/09/google-cr-48-chrome-laptop-preview/|Cr-48].
[* black] The Series 5 is definitely more pretty than its ancestor, and a bit slimmer as well.
[* icon_note] The CR48 definitely scores points for repairability with its removable battery.
[* black] Both feature nearly identical keyboards, and playing around with the machine for a bit revealed that the Series 5's trackpad is definitely improved from the Cr-48.
[* black] Enough jabber, let's crack this thing open!
[* black] Insert wisdom here.Before we start tearing this thing apart, let's do a little comparing to Google's previous developer-only Chromebook, the [link|http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/09/google-cr-48-chrome-laptop-preview/|Cr-48].
[* black] The Series 5 is definitely more pretty than its ancestor, and a bit slimmer as well.
[* icon_note] The CR48 definitely scores points for repairability with its removable battery.
[* black] Both feature nearly identical keyboards, and playing around with the machine for a bit revealed that the Series 5's trackpad is definitely improved from the Cr-48.
[* black] Enough jabber, let's crack this thing open!