Well, the days of computing announcements happening at CES seem to be all but over. Today, Acer is announcing 3 new devices that add to the slew of new Chromebooks and Chromeboxes announced in the past month: none of which were officially shared at CES earlier in January. I suppose it is the new normal […]
For many of you, this feature isn’t new and likely you’ve been using it for months now. However, for the countless who christened a new Chromebook over the holiday season, we wanted to share the steps on how to enable “Night Mode” or as Chrome OS calls it, the “Night Light.” I like it. Has […]
HP may have beaten other OEMs out of the Chromebox gate but ASUS came to Las Vegas with a surprise up their sleeve and they don’t plan on being outshined. Amidst their ROG lineup, new connectivity solutions and a GIGABIT LTE Windows device, ASUS unveiled some mini-PCs, a new tinker board and the Kaby Lake-powered […]
At long last, the wait is over. We have kept our eyes on the horizon impatiently anticipating the release of a next-generation Chromebox from anyone. Honest, we expected Acer to be the first out of the gate but out of nowhere, HP has unleashed a beast of a Chromebox.
Google continues to ramp up support for the Enterprise market with deeper cloud integration, Virtual Machine options and hardware for the corporate playground.
We have fielded countless questions about if or when a new Chromebox could be on the horizon. We, ourselves, have begun to question why it has been over two years since the release of a desktop-class device from any manufacturer. Honestly, I don’t have a good answer to that question.
You’d be forgiven for seeing the enormous price tag and trying to find a reason to say nothing focused on a meeting room is worth that much money. You’d need more details to really make that judgement, though.
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
Since the arrival of Chromebooks and Chrome OS, managed devices have always been a part of the landscape. The ability to manage many devices remotely and with relative ease has long been a sustaining reason Chromebooks have fared so well in schools. As Chrome OS continues its expansion into the consumer and enterprise markets, more […]
We routinely talk about all manner of devices around here, and it used to be the case that those devices varied in not only internal stats, but also form factor. Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, Chromebases, Chromebits, upcoming tablets, detachables and convertibles have all been a subject of conversation here at Chrome Unboxed. Since I began making videos […]
AOpen, though not a company that many consumers are aware of, has put together a couple very interesting devices that could end up in places like your local coffee shop in the near future.