The new Intel Core Ultra chips include dedicated silicon for AI . And Chromebooks will use this silicon. What problem do AI chips in Chromebooks solve exactly?
My Chromebook buyers guide has details on what to expect and look for in entry-level, mid-range and high-end premium price segments. I’ve updated it to include Chromebook Plus choices.
Nvidia and AMD are reportedly building ARM chips for Windows PCs. These should power Chromebooks too, for several reasons, but will they?
Whatever happened to a follow-up of the HP Chromebook x2, which offered stellar build quality and decent performance? Here’s what I’d fix in a updated model.
It’s Sunday morning and drinking my coffee. Maybe I’m being too contemplative today but I can’t shake the feeling that Chromebooks are getting boring.
I’m often asked “Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a Mac or PC for the same price and do so much more?” Here’s why I use a Chromebook.
Reports of Google’s “Chromebook X” effort suggest Chromebook X branding with a minimum set of hardware specs. Here’s a better approach for a wider audience.
Steam gaming on Chromebooks may soon hit the ChromeOS Stable Channel. While that may sound exciting on the surface, I’m keeping my expectations low. Here’s why.
In December, Lenovo announced a 2023 Lenovo Flex 3 Chromebook with Intel N100 CPU and a $349 starting price. Here are my first impressions of a review unit.
Google is finally planning to use different icons for web apps and other apps on Chromebooks. The change will use squircles for ChromeOS web app icons, but….
Thanks to solid ChromeOS support, a Chromebook and ultrawide monitor are a match made in heaven when it comes to productivity.