Using the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 with a keyboard makes me more productive with the device. Belkin must agree: The company announced a pair of USB-C keyboards that work with the Tab 10. Starting at $40, one has an integrated stand.
Fresh out of the box is an Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review unit, the first Chrome OS tablet to hit the market. Since this is a unique device — a small tablet that runs Chrome OS — I’m sure many readers have questions. Shoot ’em over!
Acer may be readying direct sales of the $329 Acer Chromebook Tab 10 now that the tablet’s user manual is on the company’s support site.
At the Acer Next event in New York City, the company was showing off its Chromebook Tab 10 along with new Chromebooks. Liliputing spent a few minutes with the slate, showing off features and functionality.
In the market for a Chromebook but not sure to get the Pixelbook or wait for the HP Chromebook X2 or another detachable? The answer may depend on how much value you place on a true tablet.
First expected in the US last month and now halfway through May, the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 looks like a June release at best for many.
It’s nearly here: Tomorrow, Google kicks off I/O, its annual developer conference that often includes an exciting product announcement or two. With so much recent activity in the Chrome OS space, Android won’t be the sole star of the show, which is typically the case.
Here’s a brief hands-on with the first Chrome OS tablet that was shown off at the Indiana EdTechTeam Summit last month.
In this week’s mobile device podcast with my co-host Matthew Miller and I shared some early thoughts on the upcoming Acer Chromebook Tab 10.
With the first Chrome tablet arriving later this month, Google is looking to tweak the Chrome OS touch interface to make it more tablet-like. Instead of today’s app launcher experience that shows five recent apps, the launcher will instead show in full screen mode, similar to an Android tablet.