User talk:OtherKevin

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For especially dedicated and diligent work on Chromebook. - Ahunt (talk) 12:02, 31 December 2013 (UTC)
Thank you Ahunt! I can see that you put a lot of work into this page before I got here, and thanks for helping me out when I made some mistakes. I hope to see your around wikipedia! OtherKevin (talk) 18:48, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

Chromebook edits[edit]

Hey, I appricate your hard work on the Chromebook article, but the amount of RAM and screen resolution are quite important bits of info for the table. Screen size doesn't convey everything important by itself. Size combined with the resolution gives the screen's pixel density. I read a review of the HP Chromebook 14 which talked about the negatives of the relatively low resolution on the larged sized screen. --Pmsyyz (talk) 19:35, 16 January 2014 (UTC)

Hey Pmsyyz, I did have screen resolution on the new table! I had it swapped with screen size, so you might have just overlooked it. I moved resolution back to its old place and then added RAM back too. This means that I have left out the columns "Storage" and "US$" from the old table. First, I have found a lot of mistakes in the article so far when it comes to $$. I don't have enough references yet to be certain in these numbers, so I'm leaving that column out until I can get everything verified. Second, I think the table is getting too bloated, so I looked at what I thought would not be missed. The answer for RAM and Storage for almost every chromebook is the same, so I thought I could cut them. The information is still there for each individual chromebook, just not on the main table. On second thought, I think you are right about the RAM, so I'll put it back in. I believe that this new table is more useful that the old one, so I'll going put it up. If you still have problems, then let me know! We can talk about it and work on this new table together. OtherKevin (talk) 04:41, 17 January 2014 (UTC)