Now that the Pixelbook Go is official, some people may be reconsidering Google’s premium tablet for the more robust features such as pen support, fingerprint sensor and the ability to create a versatile 2-on-1 when paired with the #madebygoogle or Brydge G-type keyboards. Given the fact that the internals are practically identical, picking up the […]
Ah, the Pixel Slate; the Google tablet I love to hate on but secretly always want to use. This Chromebook disappointed so many people and yet I still have a desire to use it. Maybe it’s the great speakers, the gorgeous build quality, or the fingerprint scanner. Maybe its the desire to force a tablet […]
For now, Chromebook tablet options are few and far between. Of the five tablets available today, one device stands out as the best option when it comes to price versus capability. The HP Chromebook x2 holds the title of world’s first detachable Chromebook. Despite being eclipsed by the Pixel Slate and all of its grandeur, […]
In the realm of detachable Chromebooks, there are few at this point. Two, specifically, and we’ve been asked time and again to pit them against one another to determine which is the best purchase. Between the Pixel Slate and the HP x2, there are lots of similarities and just as many differences. While it isn’t […]
Yesterday, Robby shared a pretty impressive deal on a refurbished HP Chromebook x2 but today is a new day and that means new deals. This time, we’re looking at a brand spanking new model and the price is mind-boggling. Best Buy is selling the world’s first detachable Chromebook for the absurdly low price of $399 […]
The HP Chromebook x2 is one of only 2 options if you are in the market for a detachable Chromebook right now. Though we have a suspicion that more options will be arriving this year, we don’t know anything as fact right now and sometimes the best option is the one you can purchase right […]
It’s really difficult to make a solid case for dishing out the cash it takes to get your hands on Google’s Pixel Slate when the HP Chromebook x2 can be had for under $500 most days. While Google’s tablet represents the cream of the crop from a hardware standpoint, it really doesn’t offer anything more […]
We haven’t spoken much about ‘Cheza’ and Qualcomm-powered Chromebooks in quite a while around here. To be honest, I fully expected to see something from this entire effort at CES or at MWC last week, but we’re still waiting to actually see something emerge from Qualcomm or any other manufacturer.
It is no secret that one of the big struggles right now for Chrome OS, Chromebooks, detachables, and tablets is overview and split-screen mode. While the majority of the OS can run smooth on various chipsets, we see severely crippled performance across the board when it comes to both the overview mode and split-screen views. […]
We love Chromebooks so inherently, we love Chromebook deals and Best Buy has been killing it as of late in that department. You can still snag the HP Chromebook x360 at the insanely low price of $449 and now, two more premium devices have had their prices slashed by a phenomenal $200. For the productive […]
We’ve talked quite a bit about the slightly-mysterious ‘Sarien’ in the past week. From its emergence as a new flagship Chrome OS device to the fact that it looks to be made by Dell, ‘Sarien’ is starting to add up to a very intriguing option in the high-end Chromebook space.
We just uncovered a new flagship Chromebook in ‘Sarien’ yesterday and this device already has some head-scratching development happening over at the Chromium Repositories. As we continue sorting through it, we’ll obviously continue sharing our findings, but one thing that is pretty straightforward is a line of commits that point directly to not only a […]