Is bigger better? We look at the 14in HP Pavilion Chromebook
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Taiwanese PC maker Asus plans on getting behind Google’s Chrome OS and will launch a notebook running the OS in the second half of this year, said company CEO Jerry Shen.
Chromebook devices from Acer, Hewlett-Packard and Samsung Electronics are rolling out Tuesday in six countries, Google said.
There appears to be no end in sight to the Chromebook phenomenon, which has seen PC maker after PC maker jump onto Google’s Chrome OS-powered bandwagon.
Has Acer made the best Chromebook yet?
Google’s cut-price laptop gets a retina display makeover
The Chromebook Pixel is Google’s £1,049 laptop running the Chrome OS. It has a beautiful display and amazing build quality, but is not without its faults. Here’s our Chromebook Pixel review.
Google’s latest Chromebook is a high-end device with a high-resolution touchscreen that rivals Apple’s Retina display
Google today announced the new 13” Chromebook Pixel laptop that features the highest pixel density on a laptop screen ever, topping even the Apple MacBook’s Retina Display. The 13” (well, 12.85” to be exact) screen on the Chromebook Pixel has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,700 which gives it a PPI (Pixels Per Inch) density [...]
Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it’s officially jumping into the Chromebook fray after persistent rumors about the company launching one surfaced in late January. HP joins Samsung, Acer, and Lenovo selling PCs loaded with Google’s browser-as-OS.
Hewlett-Packard has announced the availability of its latest Pavilion laptop with Google’s Chrome OS as the PC maker tries to improve laptop sales by offering an alternative to the Windows OS.
Another week, another major PC vendor announcing that it’s planning a Chromebook offering of its own. Last week, it was Lenovo; this week, according to reports, it’s none other than HP.
Acer’s still hoping for Windows 8 sales to take off, but in the meantime, the company has been pleasantly surprised with sales of its Chromebooks.
In perhaps a sign that Chrome OS hasn’t been a failure, Lenovo plans to release its first Chromebook laptop, which it calls a “rugged” model for K-12 schools.
Lenovo today announced their ThinkPad X131e model notebook designed for schools will now also be offered in a Chromebook flavor for those who are looking to use the Google Chrome OS instead of Microsoft Windows. The ThinkPad X131e Chromebook has ruggedized features such as a rubber bumper around the top cover and reinforced corners to [...]
It turns out that Acer had more than one new Chromebook up its sleeve.
Nikon 1 J2, Asus VivoBook S200, Samsung Chromebook Series 3 – reviews roundup – plus read our verdicts on: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, Corsair Neutron 240GB and Acronis True Image 2013.
Chrome OS comes of age with this attractively priced ultra-portable
Google may be planning to cap off the new wave of Chromebooks with its own laptop that includes a touchscreen, according to one report.
Cut-priced cloud-connected computer aims at cost-conscious consumers
It was just a few weeks ago that a $249 Chromebook appeared courtesy of Google and Samsung, but on Monday that already-low price point dropped even further.
Acer has started shipping the C7 Chromebook netbook starting at US$199 with Google’s Chrome OS and Intel’s Celeron processor.
Google is positioning its Chromebooks as inexpensive, additional devices that you can be used by families. Read our Samsung Chromebook 2012 review to find our more.
When Google announced its new Samsung-built 11.6-inch Chromebook Thursday critics noted the new mobile PC won’t support 3G or 4G. But for road warriors who want baked-in cellular connectivity, it appears Google will in fact supply a 3G version of the new browser-in-a-box priced at $330, an extra $80 over the Wi-Fi-only price.
11in ultra-portable to be cheapest Chromebook yet