On just about a daily basis, I check the Samsung Chromebook Pro to see if “Crostini” has finally been enabled to bring me the new evolution of Linux app support. Sadly, I have been disappointed at every attempt. For good reason, the Kaby Lake generation of processors from Intel has been at the center of […]
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BEAVERTON, Ore., Feb. 6, 2018 – PRNewswire Press Release: CTL, an Oregon-based company specializing in comprehensive 1:1 solutions for education, announced today the upcoming release of the CTL Chromebook J41 for Education, the newest addition to their lineup of rugged designed CTL Chromebooks tailor-made for student use. At a glance, the new CTL Chromebook J41 […]
I’m the proud dad of a beautiful four-year-old girl and despite the fact that she can be as hard-headed as me at times, she is the apple of my eye and has me wrapped around her little finger. Like most kids her age, somewhere along the way she learned a little song by the name […]
Black Friday has passed and Cyber Monday is just a fleeting memory only to return when the credit card statements arrive next month. Thankfully, Chromebook development marches on and we can get back to the business of sharing all that is shiny and new in the world of Chrome OS. With that being said, today […]
A new week, a new Chromebook finds its way to the ever-growing list of new devices coming in the very near future. The latest addition is another Apollo Lake-based convertible built off of the ‘reef’ baseboard.
It’s easy to get excited about the “next big thing” in Chrome OS. Styli, detachables and tablets. (Oh My!) These things are fabulous and we love them. But, latest and greatest do not an ecosystem make.
We haven’t done this little dance for a bit, but here we are again unveiling yet another Chromebook on the scene. While we await all the devices before it, ‘Snappy’ may jump right into the mix running and we’ll tell you why.
Another new Chromebook? Absolutely! It seems not a day goes by that we don’t find evidence of a new device, hardware or some other bit of tantalizing news from the world of Chrome OS. While it seems that Braswell-based Chromebooks are having their moment in the sun, Intel’s next generation of Atom processors have found their […]
Earlier this week, rather discretely, Intel launched the their 7th generation Core processor Kaby Lake. Along with it came its Atom counterpart, Apollo Lake. The coverage of Intel’s announcement has been nominal at best. Undoubtedly due, in part, to the fact that this is now the second generation of processors produced in place of Intel’s fabled 10nm […]
When Acer debuted the new Chromebook 514, I was on the edge of my seat with anticipation that the company would place in my hands a true and worthy successor to my beloved Chromebook 14 (Edgar). On paper, they did just that. Unfortunately, spec sheets do not the machine make. Apart from a few, minor […]
In this week’s episode of The Chrome Cast, we discussed the ins and outs of the current Chromebook market and why getting your hands on a good device at a decent price could be a challenge for the foreseeable future. While inventory is thin and sales are tough to find, that doesn’t mean you have […]
Yesterday was an exciting day for us as we saw the first real hints that Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet tablet could make its way to market very, very soon. Ironically, I was digging around for more information on the highly-anticipated “Chromeblet” when I discovered another Chromebook from Lenovo that was completely foreign to me. Branded the […]