One of the things I miss the most about my Chromebook is the battery life. I'm only getting about 3 to 4 hours from my MacBook Air as compared to 6 hours on my 550. That's disappointing to say the least.
Given all the excitement around the latest Samsung ARM Chromebook and the ACER Chromebook, this is a vital feature I wish one manufacturer would figure out how to expand to a crazy-long capacity.
What qualifies as "crazy-long capacity"? I'll tell you.
In a perfect world (that is...Ben's perfect world...), the Chromebook would have the battery life of my iPad—nearly 10 hours.
Now that would be...well...perfect.
Is this reasonable, or am I way off?