When Google created the Chromebook line, it had yet to define a niche. It was unclear if Chromebooks were intended for casual web browsers, kids, those new to computers, or any host of other defining factors. The company tried different tactics (RIP Chromebook Pixel), but saw particular ... Read More »
Though we now know the Pixel line to be Google’s high-end smartphones built by HTC, it started as a premium, in-house Chromebook. In fact, multiple Pixel products were built by Google, rather than a third-party like Nexus devices were.
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Acer has introduced the Chromebook 11 N7, a rugged Chromebook that’s designed for educational settings. The Chromebook 11 N7 meets US Military 810G standards and is notable for drop resistance up to 48 inches, a spill-resistant keyboard and a fan-less design. Coupled with long 12-hour battery life and an affordable starting price of ... Read More »
Black Friday may have come and gone in a flash, but there are still plenty of incredible deals to be had. Today, we’re highlighting Chromebook and Chromebase computers. If you’re looking to save the most money, Chromebooks are the way to go; but if you’re looking for a desktop PC experience, there are some decent ... Read More »
It’s almost time for the young ones to head back to school, and with that comes back to school shopping. The Google Store is having a sale aimed at the folks heading back to school, offering discounts on a few good products.
You can save $30 on the Acer Chromebook R11 and the Acer Chromebook ... Read More »
HP has announced another Chromebook to add to its lineup. The Chromebook 11 G5 will sit under the existing HP Chromebook 13 as a budget option, starting at a low $189.
The device features a smaller body, slimmer bezels and weighs in at just 2.51 pounds. It also has an Intel Celeron ... Read More »
If you’re the owner of an ASUS Chromebook Flip, you’re in for a big treat. Google announced that Chromebooks would be getting support for the Play Store and Android apps, and the Chromebook Flip is ... Read More »
There’s a significant issue with a few models of Chromebooks, but you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. Google has confirmed that there is a critical bug in the Chromebook automatic firmware updater and thus the company has suspended automatic updates until it is fixed.
Rumors and speculation regarding one major new feature coming to Chrome OS and Chromebooks have been circulating for a bit of time now, and Google has finally made it official.