Enderle said that the Chromebook came out of the gate as a wounded duck.
"For a little more money, you could get a notebook that had a lot more functionality," he said. "So the Chromebook came across as crippled. People won't buy crippled products at any price."
"At some point we may all live on the Web and have Web-only connected devices, but we're not there," Enderle added.
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