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Hard drive size
With the SSD drives being so small, there's not much a user can add to a drive anyway. They really are just hotspot computers, not good for much else. If you put Office and a couple of company apps in, you are sucking up most of your free space already. The focus is that apps aren't stored locally, they are just pushing cloud computing. My desktop at home has 1TB HD and an external TB too, just a LOAD of stuff going on, my my Dell notebook is just like a Chrome book in that it's designed for cloud computing, is super fast, has tiny 128GB SSD. I rarely actually download a file to it or store anything on it, it's just a tool, like a BIG phone for taking care of business on the road. I tether my phone to it, only 1GB data plan and it serves me fine. Data is very limited as it's just documents, invoice processing, tech tickets etc. but nothing is stored locally, no worries about support. If there are issues with software not working, it's online, not in my notebook.