Chromebooks have minimal storage and rely on cloud storage, while laptops have more storage and support local files.
Chromebooks have modest hardware; laptops have a wider range of hardware, including high-performance options.
Chromebooks are designed for online use, while laptops can be used online or offline.
Chromebooks are limited for multimedia editing, while laptops offer more software and processing power.
Chromebooks are limited to browser-based games, while laptops can run more demanding games.
Chromebooks are more budget-friendly, while laptops can range in price from budget to high-end.
Chromebooks are more secure due to automatic updates and sandboxing, while laptops are less secure due to manual updates and OS dependency.
Chromebooks are light, quick, and portable. Laptops vary in size and weight, with some ultrabooks as portable.