One of the biggest pushes in tech right now is high resolution. Whether we’re talking cameras, displays, TVs, tablets, phones, or laptops, the higher resolutions are more sought after and desirable.MORE
It seems like only yesterday the excitement surrounding the leaked Samsung Chromebook Pro/Plus was at its peak and the future of Chrome OS devices opened the door to a new generation of Chromebooks. We’ve covered a lot of ground as it pertains new and upcoming devices and as the newness begins to wear off the Samsung and the ASUS C302 I thought it would be a good time to look back and get hyped again at all the yet-to-be released Chrome devices that are on the way.MORE
Up until this point, the camera app for Chrome OS has been limited to a single camera. Namely, the camera right above your screen. And, until now, that has been all that is really needed. Chromebooks keep it simple, and a single webcam is as simple as it gets.MORE
Though we’ve yet to see a Chrome OS Tablet in the flesh and actually use it, the idea has long been an intriguing one. With Android apps coming into fullness over the next few versions of Chrome OS, the stage is set for the arrival of tablets and detachables. With these new details, ‘Scarlet’ is quickly becoming a tablet I’m very excited about.MORE
Similar to the situation we had in late Summer last year, the number of Chromebooks in development keeps growing and, with that number, the number of new features is also expanding.
Today we have some info on the camera setup for ‘Scarlet’.MORE