In a landscape dominated by convertibles and clamshells, the HP Chromebook x2 arrives on the scene with a bold, distinctive and important claim: the world’s first detachable Chromebook. It is […]
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.
We’ve known for some time the day would come where we would review the world’s first Chrome OS-powered tablet. We weren’t exactly sure who would make it or what it […]
For most products, most of the time, we unbox them when they show up at the office, spend some time with them, and then create a review. The Google Home […]
The title up there was written on purpose. The Acer Chromebook 15 is nothing if not underwhelming on the spec sheet. As we go through the specifics of this device, […]
A question we get around here quite frequently goes something like this: What sort of accessories do you all use with your Chromebooks? Instead of just rattling off a few […]
In a Chromebook landscape that now holds the Pixelbook, Samsung Chromebook Pro and the ASUS Flip C302, comparison videos are not only helpful, they are insanely intruiging. Look, we get […]
Arguably the most-requested comparison we’ve ever had is between the Samsung Chromebook Pro and the newly-released Pixelbook. For good reason, these two devices make a very, very interesting comparison. With […]
Oh how a couple years changes things. Just over two years ago, Chrome Unboxed (as a website news outlet) didn’t exist, our videos were simple cellphone-on-a-tripod shots, and the landscape […]
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.