My Lenovo 5i Chromebook first look explains why I like this 16-inch laptop for its price. There’s plenty of performance potential at a reasonable cost.
Here’s why I want a rollable display Chromebook
Chromebook hardware innovation hasn’t excited me of late. That’s why when I saw Lenovo’s new concept, I knew I wanted a rollable display Chromebook.
Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 Chromebook is a budget ARM laptop
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 Chromebook is a budget laptop with entry-level MediaTek processor. It has a 14-inch display and will start at $340 in May.
FydeOS vs ChromeOS Flex: Which is right for you?
There are definite pros and cons when considering FydeOS vs ChromeOS Flex. Here’s an overview of both to help decide which is better for you.
Chromebooks with Nvidia GPUs for Steam gaming on the way?
For a true PC gaming experience, Chromebooks with integrated GPUs won’t cut it. Code suggests Chromebooks with Nvidia GPUs for Steam gaming are in the works.
HP Chromebook x360 14b review: MediaTek K1200 is the star
Although the MediaTek K1200 is a great performer in the HP Chromebook x360 14b, certain design choices keep me from recommending this laptop for most people.
ChromeOS 110 release adds 7 new features to Chromebooks
Chromebooks get seven key, new features with the ChromeOS 110 release, which is rolling out on the Stable Channel. Here’s what you need to know.
How to Enable Material You Quick Settings Menu on a Chromebook
If you have the ChromeOS 111 Beta Channel, you can enable the Material You Quick Settings menu on your Chromebook. Here’s how, and what it looks like.
Impressive Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook sees $120 discount again
The Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook is a impressive device at $499. But you can snag this excellent 2-in-1 for $120 less at a cost of $379.
ChromeOS 111 Shows A Complete Look At Custom Keyboard Shortcuts
The latest ChromeOS 111 Beta Channel has a little surprise in it. Here’s what the new custom keyboard shortcuts app looks like on a Chromebook.
This new ChromeOS change could boost VM performance on Chromebooks
Google is working on a new code change for ChromeOS that could boost VM performance on Chromebooks. Here’s what it is and how it works.