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There may be! This all depends on hardware, and I can't say I've tested on every device, mostly just an old laptop and a few single board computers. Flint OS/FydeOS and Chromium worked extremely well. You may want to try both using a live USB before installing to an HDD!
I love ChromeOS on my Chromebook because I have Android apps and Linux apps too fallback on when there is no Chrome app alternative.
I don't understand how anyone could use a netbook without Android support. The worst of both worlds?
For older computers, I am going to stick with proper Linux (Xubuntu, Ubuntu or Mint) until Android support is there.
I installed CloudReady and FydeOS and CloudReady is far superior in both performance and stability. The whole purpose of installing FydeOS is for the Android App capability, and it just doesn't work...so my vote is CloudReady. If you want Android Apps, get an Android tablet or phone.