Chromebooks are very inexpensive and they will soon be even less expensive. Once advertisers figure out that they can get people to use their "branded computer system", they will start to "sponsor" and "subsidize" the cost of a Chromebook and prices will fall dramatically. Once Target or Walmart figures out that if they brand or sponsor a Chromebook, the price will fall below $99, and then Chromebooks will sell even better. So you will be able to get a "Walmart" Chromebook with coupons and other offers. Is this far fetched? Maybe but it is possible since the cost of a Chromebook is so low.
What do you think?
For more: http://recode.net/2014/04/30/chromebooks-on-fire-the-coming-consumer-cloud-revolution/