Since their inception, Chromebooks have long been thought of as cheap computers, cheap laptops, “just a browser”, or just a cheap way to get online. Sure, there are still a ton of affordable Chromebook on the market and, because of the education sector, there likely always will be. However, there is a growing trend that […]
Chromebooks are the heart of the Chrome OS experience. At their core, Chromebooks are the purest expression of Google's operating system. Here, you'll find only articles and stories about Chromebooks, their features, and what makes them great.
CES is already off to a lively start in the world of Chromebooks. Gabriel reported not long ago that Acer has already announced their entry into the AMD-powered space with the Chromebook 315 and now HP has followed suite with a similar initial AMD offering: The New HP Chromebook 14.
As we reported multiple times last year, AMD has entered the Chromebook arena and Acer is now first out of the gate to bring us an AMD-powered Chromebook. The Acer Chromebook 315 debuts as a parallel announcement from AMD with HP also jumping on board with their own AMD device.
Dark Mode all the things! Google has recently been making headway on bringing a native Dark Model to Chrome for desktop and even though it is still very much in the works, I’m pretty excited. I’m a huge fan of dark modes and themes on all of my devices. Currently, tinkering with Chrome’s Dark Mode […]
For well over a year, the easy go-to recommendation for the best overall Chromebook has been pretty simple: Pixelbook. For all the other devices around, if someone was asking what device checked the most boxes, the easiest and most obvious choice has been Pixelbook.
As we anticipated, ASUS has launched a new Chromebook lineup just days before CES 2019 in Las Vegas. While there isn’t a true flagship in the mix, the rumored Chrome OS tablet from ASUS is and it joins three new Gemini Lake Chromebooks (the first to market) to round off their latest educational offerings
There are plenty of options out there for those looking to get their hands on a rugged educational Chrome device. Nearly every Chromebook OEM has an Apollo Lake-based product available in some shape, form or fashion but not all EDU devices are created equal. Thankfully, there are a few companies that have set out to […]
It is pretty easy to get lost in all this Chrome OS news on a daily basis and forget the large number of users who may be sitting in front of a Chromebook for the very first time today. After a few years of researching, reviewing and writing about Chromebooks, it becomes very tempting to […]
Acer’s crowned successor to the fan-favorite Chromebook 14 is finally beginning to find its way to supply chains and in turn, online retailers. The “top-of-the-line” Pentium N4200 model is still absent from the retail landscape but those interested in the lesser variants can now snag either one from directly from Amazon. Your personal use-case will […]
There is no shortage of premium Chromebook choices at the moment. With most of the big hitters offering up their own takes on flagship Kaby Lake devices, only two names are absent from the list. ASUS and Samsung have both continued to launch new Chromebooks over the past year but neither has released a true […]
If you’ve used a Chrome OS tablet like the new Pixel Slate, Chromebook Tab 10, or the HP Chromebook x2, you may have come across an odd and annoying trait they all seem to share: jank and lag. While not surprising on the under-powered Acer Chromebook Tab 10 and it’s Rockchip OP1 processor, this behavior […]
So, you or someone you know got a new Chromebook for Christmas. Awesome! For many of you, like us, your shiny, new toy is simply another addition to a growing armada of Chrome devices. Likely, you don’t need any help setting it up and you frequent sites like our just to keep up on the […]