The ASUS C201 Chromebook is a not a device found topping most people's must have lists. But why not?
Low-cost Rockchip Chromebooks will finally hit the UK next month — but aimed solely at education buyers.
Wondering how well the new batch of Rockchip Chromebooks perform against their Intel-powered siblings?
The ASUS Chromebook Flip has become one of this year’s most anticipated Chromebooks. And for good reason. The notebook features a 10.1-inch touch display that flips back 360 degrees to create a Chrome OS tablet, triggering Chrome’s on-screen keyboard and full-screen […]
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.
More claims that new Chromebooks from Lenovo and ASUS are coming this year have surfaced online, this time suggesting they'll retail in the US at $149.
Lenovo is planning to launch super cheap Chromebooks in early 2015, the sometimes reliable Taiwanese tech site Digitimes reports.
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.
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.