I wrote extensively on the MediaTek Kompanio 1300T thinking about its performance in Chrome OS tablets.But I was wrong: The 1300T isn’t for Chrome OS tablets at all.
The upcoming MediaTek Kompanio 1300T for Chrome OS tablets is good news. But I keep thinking of that song by The Who and hope we won’t be fooled again.
We’ve had several months of code commits around Flapjack, a pair of Chrome OS tablets. Here’s what should you expect from these 8 and 10.1-inch slates.
Need a USB keyboard for your Chrome tablet? You can now purchase either of two models from Belkin, starting at $40. They’re made for small slates but can handle larger devices such as the Pixel Slate too.
Brydge is making a pair of keyboards for upcoming Chrome OS tablets and here’s what they look like. Both have dedicated keys for the Google Assistant and Hamburger menu options.
Have you hit the volume up button on a Chrome OS tablet or 2-in-1 Chromebook tablet mode only to have the volume levels decrease? Chrome OS 76 fixes that issue by adjusting the volume button functions based on the display orientation.
With more Chrome OS tablets expected to launch, the platform will support a range of them and they will be interchangeable. That means a choice of keyboard base for your tablet.
Using a Chrome tablet or detachable Chromebook as a single, main computing device becomes much more feasible with its ability to smartly switch between tablet and desktop mode when using an external display.
Unit testing is underway for Camera features on Chrome OS and code shows that devices will be getting automatic focus, exposure and white-balance. That’s good timing for the first Chrome tablets launching later this month.
With more touch-capable Chromebooks and Chrome tablets hitting the market, it makes sense for some updates to make the experience better. A new Chrome OS feature is bringing just that with larger touch points, icons and room for text in the omnibar.
New Chrome OS 103 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.