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. Luckily, the remedy for Keep’s weaknesses is already here.
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.
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 […]
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 the Pro outright on account of this. Well, we wanted to set the record straight on this device that, as I’ve plainly expressed, is perhaps […]
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 give this updated model a very thorough review period. You see, as we’ve posited in the past, the Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro are very […]
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 on these devices for just about a year, I’ll give you the skinny. (Conversely, you can go here and read from the beginning of the […]
You might have seen Gabriel’s reference to this earlier today, but we have the production model Samsung Chromebook Pro in the office now. I’ve spent the entire work day with it and I wanted to give everyone a few tidbits about what my real-world first imporessions are. Rough Press…Again Before that, I wanted to mention […]
Much like Chrome OS, Chrome for Android has multiple builds or “channels” where developers introduce, test and enhance new features and functions. Some of these features may never see the light of day but many will eventually make their way to the Stable channel of Chrome for millions of users around the world. One feature […]
So, the title of this post may make you scratch your head a bit. Why is Chrome Unboxed reviewing a desk? Stick with me for just a few minutes and you’ll see. Shop Autonomous on Amazon I’ve been on the hunt for a great sit/stand desk for some time, but I’ve been a bit unwilling […]
This weeks spotlight is a very “charitable” extension that will let you donate to your favorite organization by just shopping on line like you normally would. Smile Wide is a Chrome extension that automatically turns non-affiliate Amazon links into Amazon Smile links.
When we look at head-to-head videos, we are usually comparing displays, keyboards, speed, etc. For this one, things are a bit more simple. The Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro are, in essence, the same – except in their processors and their varying abilities to run Android Apps smoothly.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus is here and we’ve had some real-world time to spend with it both for work and for play. How does it get along?
In what has become the most difficult head-to-head comparison I’ve ever attempted, we are going to take a side-by-side look at the Samsung Chromebook Pro and the ASUS Chromebook Flip C302 to see if we can sort out which one of these fantastic devices deserve your hard-earned dollars.