I published my initial review of the Framework Chromebook on the last day of 2022. So how does it hold up, nearly a year later?
The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook is the best $499 ChromeOS laptop I’ve used. It’s capable enough for even a power user like me. Read why in my full review
I just reviewed the Lenovo Flex 3 Chromebook after 2 weeks of use. If I had to sum up my experience, this device exceeded my expectations of a $349 laptop.
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.
The HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook demo unit was the star of CES in January. My review verifies if this device is the real deal as a Pixelbook-like device in 2023.
If you need a large screen, all-day laptop, the Lenovo 5i Chromebook is a decent but compromised option. What are you willing to sacrifice for the 16″ display?
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.
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.
I have the $449 HP Chromebook x360 13b with MediaTek K1200 chipset in hand. My first impressions? The ARM chip might be good. The Chromebook? I’m not so sure.
During my Framework Chromebook review period, I noted a few flaws in this laptop. And yet, I keep reaching for it when given a choice. Here’s why.
During my Acer Chromebook Vero 514 review period, I was drawn to its unique look and feel. It doesn’t hurt that this is a very capable ChromeOS laptop.