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Whether something is "worth buying" is largely subjective, so it's hard to say. But here's how a writer at Books & Review characterized the new Chromebook:
"The Chromebook is squarely aimed at people who want another device lying around the house, but don't expect it to do much more than browsing, word processing, and maybe watching the occasional video on Youtube."
"Despite a few shortcomings such as poor display quality at certain viewing angles, and the Chromebook's flimsy plastic casing, reviews for the laptop are overwhelmingly positive, stressing that there is plenty of value packed into that $249 price tag."
From the reference about word processing in the first quote, it sounds as if you can use the Chromebook when it's not connected to the Internet.