This morning I spilled coffee into my computer, not a little, a lot. Knocked a full cup right into the keyboard. Unplugged it, cleaned up and turned it on its side to drain it. When coffee will drain out of your computer, well, that's not normal. Plugged it in again....nothing. So, I took it to the Staples tech people and they said they could not fix it and that I would likely have to send it to the factory. Now, plan B. I have a spare computer, actually the one I used prior to upgrading 3 yrs ago. I'm using it now. It's possible, possible, that they will be able to recover the files, etc from the other one and put on this one. Possible. Plan C...they have a ChromeBook which is designed for web surfing and one MS Office use. About $250. I use the computer because I teach in church so I use a lot of PowerPoint and web sources but not much else. So, here's my dilemma....Should I just buy another new one? I haven't checked prices, but likely looking at 1500$ at the high end. Maybe 800 at the low. Or, get the files transferred to this computer and then upgrade this one...faster, more storage, etc? The defunct one was 3 years old, this one, about 10 (It's Windows 7). That's a lot of upgrading money wise, almost close to a new one. Or, should I get a Chromebook or something similar? Its hard to know if it will be enough for my use without ever having used one. So, that's where I'm at. Just to end the story, I was at my daughter's house sitting at her table when it happened. I only justify the spillage by noting that I was unfamiliar with a new table and the arrangement of her items and mine so the cup was not where I would have normally placed it. Yeah, my wife didn't believe it either. Anyway, thoughts? Recommendations?