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iPad vs. Chromebook: Which is better for work? | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge | #hacking | #aihp

A low-spec Windows PC is no longer your only option on a budget. Thanks to recent updates, Chromebooks and the recent iPad 9 are equally capable, if not better, computers. Both let you use multiple apps simultaneously, offer 2-in-1 form factors, last hours on a charge, and more. Their lighter operating systems demand fewer resources, which means they run smoothly and receive software updates for ages. But which one’s the best for work? 

Chromebooks and iPads are powered by markedly different software, and each has its own apps, multitasking tools, and accessory ecosystem. The decision of which one is right for you depends not only on their merits but also on your workflow and needs. After testing an HP Chromebook x360 and the iPad 2021, here’s everything you need to know to pick between them. 


Chromebooks come equipped with Google’s ChromeOS, best suited for people who spend most of their time on the web. It’s centered around the Chrome browser and has expanded its abilities to support Android and Linux desktop apps. If you have an enterprise license, you can even run Windows 11 on it in a window

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 3 Chromebook (Image credit: Laptop Mag)

The 9th Gen iPad, of course, has Apple’s iPadOS; a tablet-friendly offshoot of the iOS operating system on iPhones. iPadOS houses several special features optimized for a tablet’s screen, such as a multi-window layout for apps that shows, for instance, your list of emails on one side and their content on the other split-screen view for managing two apps side-by-side, and a retractable dock like the one you have on a Mac computer.  

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