The upcoming Chromebook, known only as ‘Sarien’ at this point, is a device likely coming from Dell with top-tier specs, a detachable form-factor, and Wacom stylus support. Additionally, the fact that two USB-C docks are being tested alongside both ‘Sarien’ and ‘Arcada’ not only tipped us off to Dell being behind these devices, it also […]
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We’ve talked quite a bit about the slightly-mysterious ‘Sarien’ in the past week. From its emergence as a new flagship Chrome OS device to the fact that it looks to be made by Dell, ‘Sarien’ is starting to add up to a very intriguing option in the high-end Chromebook space.
We just uncovered a new flagship Chromebook in ‘Sarien’ yesterday and this device already has some head-scratching development happening over at the Chromium Repositories. As we continue sorting through it, we’ll obviously continue sharing our findings, but one thing that is pretty straightforward is a line of commits that point directly to not only a […]
As we start the year here in 2019, the Chromebook landscape has evolved, giving us new form factors in devices like the Pixel Slate and HP Chromebook X2 while at the same time delivering up solid, high-quality Chromebooks left and right with devices like the HP x360, Dell Inspiron Chromebook, and Lenovo Yoga C630. As […]
VMWorld 2019 U.S. is just getting underway in San Francisco and Google Cloud has just joined with Dell to announce some very exciting news for the world of Chrome OS for enterprises. While the enterprise market has seen an extensive expansion of Chrome OS devices, Dell is leading the charge with a new lineup dubbed […]
As we talked about earlier today, Wi-Fi 6 is on the way with faster peak download speeds and much better handling of multi-device households, offices, and businesses. Across the board, Wi-Fi 6 (also known as 802.11ax) will be a major upgrade over Wi-Fi 5 (also known as 802.11ac). One thing is a tad nagging right […]
Intel’s latest iteration of their 8th generation U-series processor has found its way to the Chromium repositories powering a new Chromebook codenamed ‘Sarien’. For those of you not familiar with Intel’s schizophrenic naming schemes, the Whiskey Lake processors are yet-another in the line of 14nm process chipsets built on the Skylake architecture. These chips are […]