You don’t really hear much about Chromebases these days. Honestly, most consumers are probably unaware that the Chrome operating system even offers and AIO (All in one) form-factor. For enterprises, an all-in-one Chromebase can be a cost-effective alternative to pricier Windows models. Acer’s latest device, for example, puts focus on the office space as a […]
It was just this weekend that we discovered Lenovo’s refreshed E-series Chromebook lineup. While it didn’t appear that any models were available in North America, a listing has popped up in Lenovo’s store for the 2nd Gen Chromebook 500e and you can already secure yours for a very impressive $339. In case you missed it, […]
Asus predicted a March release date for their newest premium Chromebook and it appears they should be right on schedule if not early to the launch. Our good buddy Kevin Tofel of About Chromebooks has uncovered the FCC filing for the ASUS Chromebook C434 which is a good indicator that it will be available, at […]
We have been tracking some new Chromebases in development for some time so it comes as no surprise that the King of Chrome OS has now unveiled two new all-in-one devices. Announced at CES 2016, Acer debuted their first Chromebase device and it appears that they are banking on Chrome OS’s success in the Enterprise […]
Get a new Chromebook over the holidays? Forget that. Are you in need of some expanded storage for just about anything? Thankfully, the price of removable storage continues a sharp downward trend and we’re seeing deals like this on almost a weekly basis. This week, it’s SanDisk.
A little over two months ago, XDA discovered a new Chrome device in the works that some suspected could be another Kaby Lake-powered Chromebox or perhaps even a new Chromebit if you can stretch your imagination that far. The platform, codenamed ‘Kalista’, has since been given the new device name ‘Karma’ and now we know […]
At the end of September, XDA Developers uncovered a new Kaby Lake Chrome device codenamed ‘Kalista‘. At that time, XDA speculated that the device appeared to be a new Chromebox due to a comment in the board’s initial overlay file.
Okay, guys and gals, we are on the ground in New York City and after a day of good food and great coffee, we’re gearing up for tomorrow’s big show. The Made by Google Launch Event will start at 11 a.m. ET and we will be inside taking you through the play-by-play. You can follow […]
I’ve been fielding quite a few questions as of late regarding the ASUS Chromebook Flip C302. Is it still a good value? Will it be worth the price in comparison to the workload it will handle? Would I still take it over the Samsung Pro? My answer is an unequivocal YES!
Press Release TOKYO, Jan. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — HH Global, the world’s fastest-growing and most innovative marketing execution partner, has formed a partnership with Densan System Co., Ltd., (a Google Cloud Premier Partner). This partnership has been created to help transform the customer experience in Japanese retailers through maximizing the use of Google Chrome’s self-service […]
Much as we expected, the somewhat overdue release of Chrome OS 61 has now started to arrive following the launch of Google’s PixelBook. I’d love to tell you that this version (clearly focused on Google’s new flagship) brought with it some ground-breaking changes but unfortunately, that isn’t the case.
For those not familiar with the program, Chrome Device Management is a licensing product for Chrome, Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices like kiosks and Chromeboxes. The license costs $50 per device per year and gives business administrative control over enrolled computers allowing IT departments to manage features like the Google Play Store, individual and mass policy implementation as well as remote kiosk managem