News on the latest Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
HP's diminutive desktop Chrome OS PC has launched in the US with a starting price of $179, pitching it squarely against the ASUS Chromebox.
It might look like a cheap imitation of Apple's MacBook Air but the device above is in fact a new ARM-based Chromebook from ARM processor makers Rockchip.
Can the new Chrome OS notebook from Samsung repeat the success of its predecessor? We take a look at three areas it excels in.
Google is bringing Chromebooks to nine new countries over the coming weeks in a move that will swell the total number of nations selling the devices to over twenty.
HP has formally announced a refresh to its 11-inch Chromebook and the introduction of its first Android-powered notebook, the HP SlateBook 14.
Expected to retail at just $249 when it goes on sale this month, the new ASUS C300 Chromebook has already caught the attention of many savvy shoppers.
The first in-depth review of the ASUS Chromebook C300 has gone online, and its conclusion is largely positive.
Following its impromptu appearance to the world earlier this month, new details on the Android-based HP Slatebook 14 have recently emerged online.
The 12-inch ASUS Chromebook C200 is available to pre-order from a handful of online retailers for $249, with an expected shipping date of June 10.
Might an all new ARM based Chrome OS device be in the offing? Based on a recent commit made to the Chromium source code, yes.
ASUS has revealed details on its upcoming 13-inch C300 Chromebooks. Based on Bay Trail and available in 3 colours it also features 4GB RAM and a 32GB SSD.
Detailed specifications and pricing for the HP Chromebox have been revealed, with a $200 Celeron entry model and $600 premium version launching this June.