Did you know there’s a there’s a cheaper Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook configuration priced at $429? It’s currently discounted to $399 but should you buy it and save $100 over the model I reviewed?
Just in time for the holiday weekend, “Santa” dropped the $979 Asus Chromebook Flip CX3 on my doorstep and I have some first impressions. The price is steep but the internals may be worth it, particularly that fanless, power-sipping Intel Core i7.
By this time next year, we’ll see Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c+ Gen 3 Chromebooks. Based on Qualcomm’s information, here’s what I think that means in terms of performance.
I have the 2021 HP Chromebook x360 14c on loan to change and my first impressions are very favorable. This has an 11th-gen Intel Core i3, 8 GB of memory, 128 GB of SSD storage and 14-inch screen in a 13.3-inch chassis.
Getting your first Chromebook? This buyers guide has details on what to expect and look for in entry-level, mid-range and high-end premium price segments.
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I have the $499 Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook in hand for review and upon first impressions, this is a really well built device. The 2nd-gen Snapdragon 7c is boosting performance and that OLED display? Excellent.
I can see a future where a Microsoft Surface Edgebook could challenge Chromebooks in education. Why? The company has all of the pieces to make a viable competitor.
My hope though for today’s Pixel 6 launch event? Google shows off a feature to run Android apps on a Chromebook from the phone. Here’s why.
I’m thrilled to see the sheer volume of Chromebook coverage on the rise. Everyone once in a while though, I read the latest coverage and almost wish I hadn’t because it perpetuates Chromebook myths.
HP loaned me its newest Chrome OS tablet a few days ago. I haven’t spent too much time with the HP Chromebook X2 11, but I do have early thoughts. Some are really good. And some are… really bad.