Google’s Pixelbook is, for now, the only Kaby Lake Chromebook on the market. As we have seen with last-gen Skylake devices, the adoption of the higher-end chips is limited and […]
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.
Holiday shopping may be the hot topic for most as Thanksgiving and Black Friday rapidly approach but CES 2018 is right around the corner. Thousands of companies have already been […]
For some, delivery of Google’s new Pixelbook came a few days early. For most, however, tomorrow marks the day that the Chromebook #madebygoogle begins shipping. But, what if?
Google’s Pixelbook has the potential to accelerate the consumer Chromebook market like no other device is the short history of Chrome OS. Over the next six to twelve months, we […]
Google Assistant Everywhere! That is the heralding theme of Google’s continuing hardware initiative. Despite the disappointment of the now-hobbled Google Home Mini and rampant reports of the Pixel XL 2 […]
With all the buzz about Google’s new Pixelbook, it’s been a bit since we talked about the new Chrome OS form-factors still on the horizon. Despair not. Development of detachables […]
According to a very reliable inside source, we’ve learned that highly-upgraded versions of two popular Chromebooks are coming. There are some caveats that apply, but these devices most certainly exist and could see the light of day in the not-too-distant future.
The latest offering from Acer, the Chromebook 15, sports an attractive aluminum body, 1080p screen and 15.6-inches of sprawling screen real estate that begs the question of whether a bigger external display is ever really necessary. Now available at Best Buy!
It has been quite some time since we uncovered the first evidence of the first AMD-powered Chromebook and we are still waiting to see the materialization of said device. Over […]