Wow! Just yesterday we reported Acer dropping a couple new education devices at the annual BETT show in London. Those devices, powered by the latest Intel Celeron chips (Gemini Lake), bring 3:2 screens, speedy performance, better screens, and military-spec ruggedness for the classroom.
Not to be outdone by Acer’s latest addition to the Chrome OS EDU segment, HP has now followed up yesterday’s announcement of two new Gemini Lake education Chromebooks with the world’s first AMD-powered devices designed for the classroom. The news comes on the eve of the BETT technology in education event in London and makes […]
While HP and ASUS have already debuted their newest EDU Chromebooks ahead of the annual BETT show in London, we knew Acer would have a new line of Chromebooks to bring along to the the yearly education-focused tech expo, too. You can watch our hands-on video from CES below and see how impressive the newest […]
HP made a splash at CES earlier this month when they debuted one of the first ever AMD-powered Chromebooks alongside Acer’s Chromebook 315. It now appears that Hewlett Packard didn’t play all of their cards at once. To kick off the annual BETT education technology show in London, the PC giant is taking the wraps […]
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 […]
There is no shortage of Chromebook options these days but we still get a twinkle in our eyes when a new device hits the market. One of the latest machines comes from the Nevada-based company Sector 5. Much like CTL, Sector 5 is an EDU-focused company that produces rugged Chromebooks designed for the rigors of […]
As the landscape of Chrome OS continues to evolve and change, the introduction of higher-end devices with higher-end price tags could make us all forget about the humble beginnings of Chrome OS and the budget Chromebook.
Up to this point, Google’s ARCore has been limited to only phones. The tech is pretty awesome, giving users the ability to see immersive, 3D objects in real space through the included camera. ARCore has been around for over a year at this point, and it has allowed really cool stuff, like this:
Back in May of this year, Google launched a major update to their classroom-oriented Expeditions platform that added Augmented Reality to the VR learning program. Being that Chrome OS has become so widespread in the education sector, it was no surprise when Android Police uncovered the addition of ARCore support to a Chromebook. Specifically, the […]
Back in January, premium pencil-maker Staedtler teamed up with Google at the annual BETT show in London to show off their first stylus designed with Chromebooks in mind. The Noris Digital stylus sports the look and feel of a real No. 2 pencil and uses EMR technology to create a cost-effective stylus that’s a perfect […]
CTL is at it again with yet-another Chrome device headed to the market. The Oregon-based ed-tech company will be unveiling the latest in their line of ultra-rugged NL-series of Chromebooks for Education at the annual ISTE (Internation Science and Technology in Education) in Chicago next week. The NL7X Chromebook is, in essence, a clone of […]