Back in may of 2019, Gabriel uncovered the first signs of USI coming to Chrome OS. At that time, the term USI was still a new concept to us and we had little prior knowledge of the emerging standard. USI (Universal Stylus Initiative) has been around for quite some time and Google jumped on board […]
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In late September, HP announced new additions to their X360 Chromebook lineup that ushers in a new era of devices that support the Universal Stylus Initiative. Computers with this technology will enjoy the advantage of being able to use any stylus that utilizes USI 1.0 tech which makes them very desirable to educational and enterprise […]
We were just talking about new Chromebooks hitting the market this fall during our podcast and right after we wrapped up, a new email came in from HP to announce not one but two new convertible Chromebooks that will support the latest USI (universal stylus initiative) styluses. Additionally, these two new devices will be attractive, […]
We love uncovering new Chrome devices that are in the works. No matter what type of Chromebook we find, it’s always exciting to unearth these things and follow its development as features and specs are revealed and we get to share them with you. As of late, there’s been a lot to keep track of […]
Seriously, the Chromebook deals are coming out of the woodwork and that is a beautiful thing. Just this morning, we saw the lowest price ever on the HP Chromebook x360 14. It didn’t end there. Robby followed suit by sharing a killer deal on the Core m3 Samsung Plus V2 that’s currently going for the […]
More and more details are arriving for the upcoming Chromebook known only as ‘Hatch’ at this point. We already knew it is being based on the Comet Lake 9th-gen Intel chipset and that it will have a fingerprint scanner, but today we’ve found full evidence that ‘Hatch’ will also employ a garaged stylus.
Back in January, premium pencil-maker Staedtler teamed up with Google at the annual BETT show in London to show off their first stylus designed with Chromebooks in mind. The Noris Digital stylus sports the look and feel of a real No. 2 pencil and uses EMR technology to create a cost-effective stylus that’s a perfect […]
Last week we got an unexpected nugget from London’s BETT show: a limited sighting of the first-ever Chrome OS tablet. The tweet has been pulled down since that time, but we have the photo and what little we know about the device in a post over here. One of the things we do know about […]
Last month, Gabriel published a fantastic article outlining the reasons we are quite sure the upcoming detachable Chromebook only known at this point as ‘Nautilus’ is made by Samsung. Today, we have yet another really fun tidbit about Samsung’s latest foray into the Chromebook world.
With all the buzz about Google’s new Pixelbook, it’s been a bit since we talked about the new Chrome OS form-factors still on the horizon. Despair not. Development of detachables and tablets running Chrome OS is still very much alive and moving forward.
We’ve known about ‘Eve’ getting a more advanced stylus for only a couple weeks, but the details have been a bit sparse. What we are seeing today sheds a bit of light on more functionality coming to Chromebook pens in general. While this commit isn’t necessarily for ‘Eve’, it is bringing button functions to pens […]
Earlier today we reported on the likelihood of Chromebooks getting a more advanced stylus input in the form of a powered stylus. This came from a commit referencing a system notification for low battery in the stylus. As we discussed in that article, there are no current Chromebooks with powered styli planned or available yet, […]