For some reasons, Google thought that the tablet needs an OS other than the Android OS. Seriously, I am baffled. Why Google need to time, energy and money to massage the Chrome OS, now running on Chrome laptop, to run tablets as well. And it is not even a joke. It is really happening. Chrome […]
now that Chrome device has pretty much established itself in the mobile computing segment, namely laptop (or notebook, if you prefer), it is ready to move into a new territory where Chrome OS could call itself home and that’s the desktop, or more specifically, the All-In-One computer, kicking off
DELL has officially hop onto the Chromebook bandwagon, or more specifically, Google for Education bandwagon, with the new DELL Chromebook 11, which is slated to hit the US and the UK markets starting in January 2014 for under $300. there is a catch here though, this affordable non-Windows machine from DELL is aimed
part of our lives is about touch. we are obsessed with it, perhaps because it proves to be a much more convenient way of getting things done and so why should the “laptop for everyone” be left without this “must-have” feature? of course, not and that’s why there is the Acer C720P Chromebook with Multi-touch Display
for those who embrace Cloud computing, the single major benefit would be affordable hardware, made possible by Chrome OS-powered laptops such as this Acer C720 Chromebook. equipped with the latest Haswell processor, a 1.4GHz Intel Celeron 2955U chip, this latest Chromebook from the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer boast up to 8.5 hours of battery life
though prices of laptops have came down significantly as compared to what they were a couple of years ago, they are still not quite as affordable as some may have anticipated. speaking of affordability, if you eat and breathe Cloud, then we seriously think Chromebooks such as this HP Chromebook 11 might be worthy of your consideration.
perhaps the Chromebook Pixel’s $1,300 price tag is a bit hard to accept for a ‘bare’ minimal laptop. so if you can do without fancy aluminum alloy chassis and a pretty uber high resolution display, but still want to speediness provided by Chrome OS, then you might want to give the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook a thought. costing just $329.99, what this HP variant of the Chromebook
if you are still waiting for the crèam de la crèam of the Chromebook world, Google has a piece of good news for you: your wait is finally over. meet the Google Chromebook Pixel, an affordable laptop proposition that harnesses the power of Chrome OS to offer speedy computing experience. so what’s so super about the Google Chromebook Pixel?
love the idea of living in the cloud but don’t want to resign to the fate of Samsung or Acer’s? then you are in luck cos’ Chinese PC maker, Lenovo has already jumped on the Chromebook bandwagon with its Lenovo ThinkPad X131e Chromebook (not to be confused with the current AMD-equipped X131e) and this baby is all geared up for…
the next logical step to take after becoming the undisputed giant of consumer electronics is not to let your product look too much like the world’s most valuable company’s – which is what we see the Korean electronics juggernaut is doing with their latest iteration of the Chromebox, dubbed the Series 3 Chromebox (XE300M22-B01US). with a form factor somewhat similar…