Who is the Pixelbook for? We’ve heard that question quite a bit since the very first leak back in September before Google’s big hardware event. With top-tier specs, Chrome OS, a premium build and pricetag, the early questions surrounding the Pixelbook are less about what it does and what it is and more about who this thing is targeted at.
This is where it all began for Chrome Unboxed. Years ago, we existed simply as a Chrome OS device review channel on YouTube. After expanding our reach, we still remain dedicated to offering timely and thorough reviews of the latest Chrome OS devices. Here you'll find a review of every piece of Chrome OS hardware we've been able to get our hands on.
As a device that has been rumored and leaked for quite some time, the Google Home Mini doesn’t exactly come in as a surprise or shock. It doesn’t even really […]
The Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook may very well be one of the most underrated devices of 2017. I’ve had some extensive hands-on time with the rugged convertible and in that time […]
The newest Chromebook on offer from HP features an Apollo Lake processor, 8GB or 4GB or RAM, 32GB or 64GB of storage, a convertible hinge and an EMR stylus. With a spec sheet so loaded up, we expect this device to impress on many levels. Will be impressed or let down?
In an earlier article, we talked about the shortcomings of Google Keep and all the ways it needs to improve to become the go-to notes app for your stylus-equipped Chromebook. […]
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 […]
If you’ve done any research on the Samsung Chromebook Pro in preparation for a possible purchase, you’ve likely seen the sparse accounts of the device overheating. Perhaps you’ve even dismissed […]
Back in early June, we received our Samsung Chromebook Pro review unit. After having spent a month with the pre-production model back in February, I wanted to make sure and […]
If this sounds a bit like Déjà vu, it is. Well, kind of. If you are coming to this article without a whole lot of the history we’ve been compiling […]