A Best Buy sales guy told a friend of mine to get the $200 chromebook and not the $250 samsung chromebook because the $200 one had a bigger hard drive.
I didn't think the "C:" was relevant because chrombooks can't store documents on the hard drive.
However, as I type that, there must be a way to "browse" local storage to upload pictures to picasa, etc.
What's the deal?
BTW, the $250 samsung's battery life is twice that of the $200 chromebook which seems much more important.