If you live most of your life in a browser, the Chromebook is perfect for you. Lightweight, ridiculously cheap, and fast enough to handle everyday Internet activities, Google's new netbook/tablet-fighter is one of the most interesting products to drop this year. There are some setbacks: There's no file management system, so downloading files is out of the question. Everything is done in the cloud, so if you don't have an Internet connection you're SOL. The display is not on par with most ultraportable laptops or tablets. That said, it's a charming little machine, one that will undoubtedly get better as the years pass by and wireless broadband becomes more prominent.