It would be an understatement to say that ASUS’ Chromebook strategy has been a bit odd of late. When they debuted their very-excellent Flip C434 back in January at CES 2019, it seemed they had a clear vision as to what constituted a great Chromebook. The Flip C434 was and is a great example of […]
One of the primary focuses here at Chrome Unboxed is future hardware. After all, our early days were all about new devices! What is coming feels just as important as what is here now, so we will continue looking for the latest and greatest developments in the Chrome OS ecosystem.
The tale of the ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 has been a strange one, for sure. As a matter of fact, we currently still don’t fully understand where this Chromebook slots itself in ASUS’ current Chromebook lineup. With a spec sheet and landing page nearly identical to the ASUS Flip C434, there’s been no clear explanation […]
Have you ever been on a blind date? Or maybe just set up with someone you don’t know very well? The lead up to those types of interactions are fraught with mystery and intrigue that can cause excitement, anxiety, surprise or letdown. That’s sort of the same thing that is happening with the Pixel phones […]
Of all the things announced at Google’s hardware event today, the revamped Pixel Buds were my favorite. That’s not just based on the fact that I’m very impressed by them; it is also because they were the only thing that didn’t fully leak out ahead of time. Knowing they were coming was enough to whet […]
Well, the day has come and ‘Atlas’ as we’ve known it all this time is now the Pixelbook Go. With the official announcement a surprise to no one today at the annual Google hardware event, we now have not only a face to put with the Pixelbook Go name: we have some thoughts and impressions.
Tomorrow we’ll finally get to see everything Google has been working on for the past year. Well, see it all in the flesh, that is. There’s really no need to act like the Pixel 4 and 4 XL haven’t been leaked every way to Sunday and we know nearly everything we want about the Pixelbook […]
The Pixelbook Go isn’t actually out and available yet, but what we do know from leaks and expect from the Chromium Repositories can inform quite a bit about this upcoming Chromebook from Google. In the newest iteration of a #madebyGoogle Chromebook, it seems we’re moving past convertibles, detachables, tablets and pens and making a full […]
All eyes are currently casting a gaze in the direction of New York as Google prepares to unleash a new hardware lineup that includes the Pixel 4, Nest Mini and the intriguingly named “Pixelbook Go.” We’ll be on the ground at the event and we are super stoked to bring you coverage of the event […]
We’ve been saying it for a few weeks now, but 9to5Google is just on a roll when it comes to leaks and exclusives surrounding the next #madebyGoogle hardware event slated for October 15th. While that is only 5 days away at this point, there’s definitely time for a few more leaks. This time, it is […]
Did we mention that there are a TON of new Chromebooks headed our way over the next 6-12 months? As it sits, we’re tracking no less than a half dozen Chromebooks that will be powered by Intel’s 10th gen Comet Lake processors. Today, we’ve uncovered two more devices built on the Hatch baseboard and between […]
There are a ton of details we now know about Google’s upcoming Chromebook: the Pixelbook Go. From screen size/resolution to build materials, configurations, and speaker setups, we’re more familiar with this year’s #madebyGoogle Chromebook than any that came before it. It only makes sense, really. We (along with many other sites) have been tracking the […]
We have been tracking the Chromebook ‘Kohaku’ for months and wholeheartedly expect to see Samsung release it as a new flagship-caliber Chromebook in the very near future. As excited as I am to see a true successor to the Chromebook Pro, ‘Kohaku’ isn’t the only project Samsung has up their sleeves. Just last month, we […]