Along with the announcement of the much anticipated Google Pixel 4 devices, Google has made a what I thought was an important announcement and that’s the unveiling of a more affordable version of its pricey Pixelbook introduced back in 2017.
Aside from Computex, IFA is perhaps the biggest playground for Taiwanese computer hardware maker, Acer. At the IFA 2019 in Berlin, Germany, Acer has announced quite a number of products. The products announced include a portable projector that looks more like a Bluetooth speaker, a gaming monitor, four new Chromebooks, a new “world’s lightest” 14-inch […]
I have been away from classroom far too long. Even longer from K-12. As it turns out, K-12 isn’t what they used to be. K-12 appears to be too rough for a laptop to survive. And it is with this believe, DELL introduces DELL Latitude 330 Education, along with a few affordable mobile computing solutions, […]
This is the latest pair of Chromebooks from Samsung. Being one of the early Chromebook maker, Samsung is certainly no stranger to Chrome OS powered hardware, but the duo announced yesterday is different; they are designed with Google Play in mind which means, in addition to Chrome OS staples, you will be able to experience […]
Chromebooks have the reputation of being affordable mobile computing devices, but when the Chromebook Pixel was introduced two years, it was not quite the case. In fact, it was the opposite, costing 3-4 times more over the regular models and not being able to do much more than a regular Chromebook doesn’t quite help to […]
While its stick-style design may lends it the media stick look, the Google Chromebit is actually a Chrome-powered PC in a stick. It is not exactly as tiny as a typical streaming media dongle, but it is definitely small enough to be unobtrusive. However, in case you do feel that it sticks out like sore […]
Chocolate LEGO Lets You Have The Bricks And Eat It who says you can’t have it all? in the case of Japanese artist Akihiro Mizuuchi’s chocolate LEGO, you certainly can have the fun and satisfy your sweet tooth too. the blocks fit together like real LEGO bricks, though it might be a little fragile to […]
will Chrome OS be the next ‘infectious’ thing in the tech industry? probably. now that Toshiba has also hop onboard with the aptly named Toshiba Chromebook, it sure looks like it. but we will wait for laptop giant Lenovo to do so before concluding our statement.
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