News on the latest Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
Two brand new Chromebooks have been unveiled by the Oregon-based computing company CTL. Similar to their previous Chromebook, the new ‘CTL Chromebook J2’ and ‘CTL Chromebook J4’ notebooks are being aimed at education and feature ‘rugged’ […]
Take the guts of a Chromebox and squeeze it in to a dongle not that much bigger than the Chromecast and you get the Chromebit.
ASUS is to launch a new convertible Chromebook priced at $249 later this year, the company has announced at a joint press event hosted with Google.
ASUS is to launch the 'most affordable Chromebook to date' powered by a Rockchip RK3288 SoC, according to a listing in a new educational reseller catalog.
Educators are fast becoming spoilt for choice when it comes to Chromebooks, with almost every major Chromebook now being pitched at students and schools first, consumers second.
If you thought the recent trend for ruggedised and reinforced Chromebooks for the classroom wasn't enough, say hello to the first range of commercial-grade Chrome OS devices aimed at industry.
Impressive — that's the overall feeling early reviewers seem to have of the new Chromebook Pixel 2, which was officially announced by Google on March 11.
The Chromebook Pixel has been updated by Google with a faster processor, more RAM, longer battery and a super-versatile USB Type-C connector. Oh, and a lower price.
Early Acer Chromebook 15 benchmarks suggest that the world's biggest Chromebook will have the performance to match thanks to Intel's 5th generation chips.
The new Acer Chromebox CXI features a 4th gen Intel Core i3 4030U dual-core processor running at 1.9GHz and available with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM.
Benchmarks on the new Acer C740 Chromebook suggests it may be the best performing budget consumer Chromebook on the market.
The 15.6-inch Acer Chromebook is available to pre-order in the UK from Amazon.