While some still argue if Chromebook is a legitimate laptop, Auberge Resorts (the chain of seven luxury hotels) is migrating to Chromebooks running Google’s cloud-based services, — reports Computerworld. It is a bold move, considering that the Chrome OS-based laptops accounted for just 1% of the world PC market in 2013. The main reason? The price: Chromebook can be bought for as little as $200 — a great deal for those who are mostly the MS Office’s users. And Microsoft is going to offer its free Office online apps — Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote — to Google’s Chrome Web Store.