Although it was announced in August, I just received the newest Chromebase. Here’s my HP Chromebase AIO 21.5 unboxing and first impressions.
Based on the configuration you want, the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook cost may be more than you expect. Here’s why.
I read and watched a dozen Steam Deck reviews. Why? They can tell you how well Chromebooks and Steam will, or won’t, work.
You’d think I’m constantly upgrading to the latest Chrome OS laptop. Nope. Here’s why I’m still using a Chromebook that debuted in 2018.
After watching Samsung’s Unpacked event, I immediately thought the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 line should run Chrome OS. So, why doesn’t it?
A recent review of the Microsoft Surface Laptop SE got me thinking about how it compares to Chromebooks. The competition is closer but still limited.
If we Chromebook users don’t submit Chrome OS feedback to Google, it will make changes as it sees fit. Here’s how to send yours.
The new AMD Ryzen 6000 chips just dropped at CES and boy do I wish Google’s hardware partners consider using these. They’d be great for Steam gaming on Chromebooks.
Sometimes small iterations on a previously good device make a great device. That’s why the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is my 2021 Chromebook pick of the year.
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.