I recently acquired my second Chromebook, an HP 14-inch that Costco had on sale for a steal. I'm relatively impressed with it, compared with the early model 11-inch Samsung I got second-hand a few years ago, which fits the stereotype of being nothing more than a browser. While I liked it as an alternative to a tablet, I never really warmed to it because of its inherent limitations.
The ability to add Android apps is a nice touch on this new machine, even if those apps are sometimes pretty lightweight for my needs. A couple of days ago, I discovered the ability to add Linux apps and once I got it running, it was like my little Chromebook had suddenly grown up. I immediately downloaded LibreOffice but I'm having a world of difficulty getting my printers sorted (I'll post a detailed thread on that topic in the Linux section). Despite the challenges it presents--mainly because I keep insisting on pushing it to the edge of its comfort zone--I really like it for what it is but I'm definitely not ready to retire my MacBook Pro anytime soon. It's a great supplement for when I don't need the capabilities of the aforementioned Apple machine and I'm actually coming to prefer it for some things like Zoom meetings. I definitely see this new Chromebook having a more significant place in my workflow.