It has a traditional laptop form factor and runs Android apps.
Ahead of IFA 2019, Lenovo has debuted a couple of new Chromebooks that target the low-end laptop market. The two new machines go by the names of C340 and S340, with the former offering a 360-degree hinge. The Chromebook C340 comes in both an 11-inch and 15-inch size. The 11-inch Continue Reading
Lenovo’s latest Chrome OS device is a big, speedy 2-in-1 with a lot to like.
Today at IFA 2018, Lenovo unveiled a new lineup of Chromebooks all at different price points. While there isn’t much to talk about in terms of ground-breaking features, we are getting to see the company’s first entry into the premium Chromebook category. That’s what’s known as the Yoga Chromebook. Continue Reading
Ahead of the official beginning of IFA 2018, Dell has unveiled a new premium Chromebook called the Inspiron 14 that will soon go on sale. The device serves as the company’s first Chrome OS-powered entry in its Inspiron lineup which has already seen new additions today including the refreshed Inspiron Continue Reading
Google is likely to announce a new Pixel 3 smartphone at an event this October, and we’re starting to hear more about what this particular keynote will entail. According to Evan Blass on Twitter, we’ll also be seeing second-generation Pixel Buds along with a Pixel-branded smartwatch of some kind. Now, Continue Reading
Last year, Samsung unveiled the Chromebook Plus, a 2-in-1 laptop that included an S Pen, Chrome OS, and Android app compatibility. While that version stood as a pretty great option if you wanted a Chromebook, the company today announced it’s updating the machine to version 2 with better specs and Continue Reading
HP today unveiled the world’s first detachable Chromebook. Known as the Chromebook x2, the device is built to compete with companies like Apple and Microsoft in the productivity-focused tablet market. It also marks the second tablet to be powered by Chrome OS after Acer’s mid-range offering debuted last month. The Continue Reading
Droid-Life has published yet another report indicating another unannounced Google product is on its way. Called the Pixelbook, it’s a 2-in-1 Chromebook that will no doubt run Android apps and start at $1,199. From what we’re seeing, it looks like the company will be taking on both Apple and Microsoft Continue Reading
Before IFA 2017 has even started, companies are making a bunch of announcements. Acer is amongst the crowd as it’s already unveiled the “world’s first” 2-in-1 with discrete graphics, and now the company is showing off its latest Chromebook which upgrades last year’s Chromebook 15 with a new aluminum body. Continue Reading
A new report out of Android Police claims Google will introduce more than just the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 at their event this October. In the report, the publication notes Google will introduce a Pixel-branded Chromebook similar to what the 2015 Chromebook Pixel offered but in a smaller form Continue Reading
According to citings by Chrome Unboxed, Google is currently developing a new Chromebook with some big new features never before seen in a Chrome OS-powered machine before. The news comes from the publication’s consistent tracking of Google’s happenings surrounding the device reportedly codenamed “Eve.” In terms of features, this new Continue Reading
Samsung had originally announced Chromebook Plus and Pro all the way back in January, with the Plus model being released to the public generally soon afterward. But things haven’t been as smooth for the Pro variant. Samsung delayed the laptop earlier this month until “later this spring,” but it was Continue Reading
Just over a week ago, Samsung had initially put a halt to the release of their latest Chrome OS-powered laptop called the Chromebook Pro. The machine features a 12.3-inch 2400×1600 touchscreen, an Intel Core m3 processor, 4GB of RAM, a built-in S Pen, and 32GB of internal storage. While the company Continue Reading
Samsung announced the Chromebook Plus and Pro back in January and said they’d land this February and Spring, respectively. The Plus did manage to make it to market, but the more powerful Pro variant has yet to land. It was expected to begin shipping in April, but it’s now May and Continue Reading