News on the latest Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
A 4G LTE version of the 13.3-inch ASUS Chromebook C300MA has gone on sale in the US priced from $199 with a 2-year Verizon data contract.
We call it the Chromebook to beat. You call it the Chromebook you'd most like to own. Toshiba calls it the 'Chromebook 2' — but is it any good?
Could even cheaper Chromebooks be on the way? According to the sometimes reliable Taipei-based tech site 'Digitimes', the answer is yes.
Here's something sure to brighten up the day of those living down under: the colourful ASUS C-series Chromebooks have begun to arrive at a number of Australia's leading online tech retailers.
Lenovo may now be the world's biggest PC maker, but their crop of Yoga-ified Chromebooks seem to be getting the cold shoulder from Chrome enthusiasts.
Samsung has confirmed the rehash refresh of its Samsung Chromebook 2, swapping out the middling Exynos Octa processor for a more reliable Intel Celeron N2840.
If you've been holding out for HP's new Tegra-based 14-inch Chromebook there's good news for you: the device is now available to buy from a number of retailers in the US and the UK, including Argos.
Like the look of the new Acer Chromebook but don't like the Nvidia Tegra processor inside? You're in luck — Amazon US now offers an 11-inch Intel version.
UK retailer Argos has the new Tegra-based Acer Chromebook 13 in stock and ready for delivery, with hints suggesting the Intel Core i3 C720 is also on the way.
Toshiba, Acer and HP — three companies that have unveiled new Chromebooks over the past few months. But which is the one you'd most like to own?
The second generation HP Chromebook 14, which uses an Nvidia Tegra chipset, is now available for pre-order in the UK and the US priced from £229/$299.
Acer's UK website has been updated with a product page listing for an as yet unannounced touchscreen version of its new Tegra-powered 'Acer Chromebook'.