The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 with LTE is by no means the first cellular-enabled Chrome device to come to market. There was Google’s Chromebook Pixel (2013), the HP Chromebook 14 (w/4G, not LTE. Also, my first Chromebook. Loved it.) and an obscure ASUS 300 model that I’ve never actually seen in the flesh. Out of […]
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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 […]
Acer’s latest flagships have popped in listings on Acer’s site but there’s still some debate as to when the Chromebook Spin 13 will actually make its way to market. Meanwhile, HP has swooped in and dropped a premium device of their own and not only is it a competitor in the high-end Chromebook arena, but […]
Acer’s latest flagships, the Chromebook 13 and Spin 13, were slated for release by the end of September. Alas, the month has come and gone with no sign of the 8th gen Kaby Lake device that could be a contender for Chromebook of the year.
The inevitable has happened. The LTE variant of the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 is now official and will be available for purchase on November 2nd. Created for the “Always On” Consumer, the LTE-enabled Chromebook Plus features the exact same internals as its wifi-only sibling but you’ll have to pony up an extra $100 to add […]
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 […]
Google was very clear that the release date of their new Pixel Slate tablet was still very much to be determined. With only the promise of “by the end of the year,” I had presumed a pre-Black Friday launch could be in the cards. Thanks to Best Buy, we may have evidence that our guess […]
Well, there you have it, folks. We have a lot of ground to cover in the next 48 hours and there is a lot to talk about from Google’s Hardware Launch here in NYC. Before we dig in, I’m sure there are many who are ready to get their hands on some new #MadebyGoogle products […]
Back at IFA, Lenovo launched three new Chromebooks due to become available in October. As it turns out, that unspecified time is now.
Last week, as I poked around for more details on Samsung’s latest lineup of Chromebooks, I stumbled upon an unfamiliar HP device. I couldn’t find any details other than the name.
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.
The latest Google leak comes just hours after we shared the Google Store’s official listing of a Black and Blue Pixelbook Pen. Now, myspartprice.com has shared some “official-looking” renders of the Pixel Slate that includes said Pen and along with it more details about the detachable we are anticipating at Google’s event on Tuesday.