While we fully expect to see all sorts of holiday-related deals on all of Google’s latest hardware, we did not expect these items to be on sale this quick. After all, you can’t even buy any of Google’s latest wares in a store yet.
Google’s Pixel Slate isn’t even available for order and the comparisons to the only other detachable Chromebook – the HP Chromebook x2 – are already beginning. It’s an understandable comparison, honestly. We remarked in our review of the HP x2 that the usability as a tablet was surprisingly good, and that was before all the […]
It wasn’t long ago that we reported on an updated version of the much-beloved Acer Chromebook 14. The original was an under-powered but beautiful machine that we’ve longed to see updated. When we saw the update being planned, we were hoping the wait for the device wouldn’t be long, and it now appears the release […]
Rounding out our time with Google on Tuesday was a bit of hands-on time with the new Google Home Hub. Like everything else on offer by Google lately, this piece of hardware is different not only because of how it is built, but also because of the software experience within.
During our time with the Pixel Slate at Google’s hardware event, one particular accessory truly grabbed our attention: The Brydge G-Type Wireless Keyboard. I have little doubt that we’ll see plenty keyboard/trackpad accessories for the Pixel Slate over the course of the next few months, but this particular device is truly designed from the ground […]
Google had a lot to show us all on Tuesday, but nothing was more interesting to us than the Pixel Slate. Sure, we’ve known quite a bit about it, but there were some surprises in there that even we didn’t know about. Getting our hands on this device took me from excited to outright fanboy […]
Back at CES in January of this year, Google unveiled the Smart Display initiative. With brands like Lenovo and JBL on board, we were treated to a walk-through and sample use of the Lenovo Smart Display and what Google’s vision for Google Home with a display could be.
Back at IFA, Lenovo launched three new Chromebooks due to become available in October. As it turns out, that unspecified time is now.
The Chrome Unboxed team has descended on New York City in preparation for Google’s hardware event just hours away. Since we’re all here and part of the overall experience is about what happens outside the actual event, we decided to put some serious time into our Instagram account and Instagram Stories.
Before yesterday, if you told me that we’d be covering anything other than #madebyGoogle hardware this week, I would have laughed. After all, when big players are making big announcements at big, publicized events, you don’t tend to think of other companies dropping small, quiet announcements of new hardware.
While we are replete with leaks ahead of Google’s hardware event in a couple days, there’s a certain comfort in seeing software-based features that are coming for Chrome OS. After all, we’ll soon be in the part of the year where most everything has been introduced and becomes available. At that point, there are the […]
As I said the other day, until this Google event has come and gone, it is silly season around here. Just a few days ago, a GeekBench test showcased the first internal look at what we can expect to see in the Google Pixel Slate, also known as ‘Nocturne’.