Apple has been expanding the availability of its streaming music service recently. Back in April, we reported that the Apple Music Android app was available on Chromebooks with Chromecast support on the way. Apple has now launched a new web interface for Apple Music that allows subscribers to listen to music directly in the browser […]
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CTL has taken the term “rugged” to the next level with their latest offering in the Chrome OS space. The companies new NL7T-X2 takes their popular Apollo Lake Chromebook and wraps it in a drop-resistant case and adds a rarely seen Accidental Damage Protection policy.
CLT continues to lead the way in Chrome for Education with a full lineup of devices and solutions for managed devices. Most recently, the team from Oregon released their updated Chromebox CBX1B with a refreshed Celeron processor and a whopping 128GB of storage making it the best deal on an entry-level Chrome desktop. Heading into […]
We recently shared news of a minor update to Celeron-based Chromeboxes out there on the market. Currently, Acer, HP and CTL have refreshed their entry-level devices with the much newer Kaby Lake 3867U Celeron processor. As I previously noted, there aren’t many discernible differences in this chip and the 3865U that debuted in the latest […]
Oregon-based company CTL continues to expand its presence in the Chrome OS market with a variety of Chromebooks and what is hands-down the most affordable Chromebox you can buy. The latest addition to their lineup is the customizable Core i7 Chromebox CBx1 and now they’ve paired the box with their own CTL displays to create […]
Chromebook tablets are still struggling to come into their own as a true replacement for the dying Android tablet platform but one place the emerging form-factor definitely shines is in the education sector. Portability, versatility and relatively low costs make “Chromeblets” an awesome alternative for iPads and traditional laptops. CTL, an industry leader in Educational […]
CTL CEO Erik Stromquist was right in the thick of things in Las Vegas last week but the Oregon-based Chromebook maker’s leader wasn’t there to debut a new device. CTL’s new found partnership with Sprint and their deep ties with Google were reason enough to make the trip to CES. Instead, CTL is looking to […]
If you’re looking for a high-powered Chromebox, there are a surprising number of options available these days. Personally, I have been working from a Core i5 Acer CXI3 for the past few months and honestly, it hardly breaks a sweat at anything I throw at it in my daily routine. That being said, I am […]
We knew another LTE-enabled Chromebook was in the works and I even had a pretty good idea who was making it but now, the CTL Chromebook NL7 w/-LTE is official and will be launched on the Sprint network. Aimed at the Business and Education market, the Chromebook NL7 LTE is simply a variant of CTL’s […]
CTL is at it again. The Oregon-based computer company dropped their Kaby Lake-powered Chromebox back in March with an industry low price of $199. The Intel Celeron Chromebox has since been bumped to $229 but it’s still the best deal going for the current generation of Chromeboxes. When announced, CEO Erik Stromquist told me that […]
Oregon-based tech manufacturer CTL has been knocking it out of the park for the past year and they aren’t stopping any time soon. From a fleet of new Chromebooks to the most budget-friendly Kaby Lake Chromebox on the market, CTL is making waves in the Chrome OS market and now they’ve teamed up with Steadfast […]
CEO Erik Stromquist and the team at CTL have been burning the midnight oil getting supply lines up and running for the Chromebox CBX1. Just last month, Erik shared with me a close-up look at the new Kaby Lake Chromebox along with some candid shots of his team prepping the first shipments of the CBX1.