All the way back in May of this year, we traveled up to New York to attend Acer’s hardware event and got to spend a little time with the Acer Chromebook Spin 13. The Spin 15 was also there along with the Acer Chromebook 13 (non-spin version).
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Samsung’s latest Chromebook may not bring flagship specs to the table but what it does offer is the somewhat unique ability to stay connected no matter where life takes you. The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 LTE version was announced in mid-October and the November release date has arrived right on time. Apart from the built-in […]
Shortly after Chrome OS 70 began rolling out to the Stable channel, the Chrome OS team released version 71 to the Beta channel for some users. With it, a number of features long in development are now enabled as the default user experience. Namely, Android Messages is now an integrated part of the “Connected Devices” […]
Chrome OS version 70 has just begun rolling out to some devices and with it comes some much-anticipated UI changes that focus on a more tablet-centric user experience. Before you get too excited, I did say “some” of devices. Roughly, around 33% of all Chrome devices have received the update and many that have are […]
Ready or not, the Holiday season will soon be upon us and with it comes the joyous tradition of holiday shopping. Say this with me, slowly. “Black Friday is only one month away.” That was painful but like it or not, we will soon succumb to the hustle and bustle of fighting our way through […]
It has been just shy of two years since Robby waxed philosophic about Google’s Assistant coming to Chrome OS. Twenty-three months and a ton of puzzle pieces later, we finally have our first look at the Assistant live on a Chromebook that isn’t a Pixelbook.
Oh, look. Another new Chromebook! In the past two weeks, it feels as if we’re sharing news of another Chromebook release on a near-daily basis. That’s an awesome problem to have. Clearly, manufacturers are anxious to get their new models on shelves ahead of that glorious event we all know as Black Friday. Today, one […]
Following the release of their latest flagship, Lenovo has now made their budget-friendly convertible Chromebook available and it’s definitely worth considering if you’re in the market for a versatile machine that won’t break the bank. The Chromebook C330 is built around MediaTek’s MT8173c processor and comes paired with 4GB of RAM and your choice of […]
While we were more than a tad disappointed that Google did not announce the Pixelbook 2 alongside the upcoming Pixel Slate tablet, there are no shortages of Chromebooks to choose from if you’re in the market for a premium, powerful device. Just two days after Dell released their new Inspiron 14 Chromebook via Best Buy […]
If you live in an area where you are close to a Best Buy, chances are pretty good that you can walk into the store on Sunday, October 22nd and snag the latest Chromebook made by Dell.
Just about two weeks ago, out of seemingly nowhere, ASUS dropped a new Chromebook on us in the form of the ASUS C423. You can go and read about that device if you’d like, but what we’re talking about today is the bigger brother to that device, the ASUS C523 that looks to be launching […]
Google made no mention of Linux apps on Chrome OS at last week’s hardware event in New York. I was a little surprised considering the fact that the Pixel Slate and Chrome OS saw nearly as much stage time as the Pixel phone that brought most of the media to Manhattan. Google’s endgame for Linux […]