The Acer Chromebook Spin 513 LTE is very light and reasonably well-built. After using it as my daily driver for the last week, is it worth the $699 price tag? Read my Acer Chromebook Spin 513 LTE review to see.
Parallels Desktop for Chrome OS brings Windows in a virtual machine to 9 more Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. AMD devices are on the list now too.
Following up on last year’s Latitude Chromebooks for work, the new Dell Latitude 7410 Enterprise Chromebook is available with LTE, fast NVMe storage and up to 21 hours of battery life. Might this, along with Windows 10 in a VM sway some business customers to Chromebook?
New details of how Chromebooks will run Windows 10 and Windows apps appeared today, explaining more about the architecture and experience. Given that the Parallels solution is expected in the fall, this is another reason Windows 10X devices won’t be true Chromebook competitors for some time, if at all.
Announced in May, the HP Pro C640 Chromebook Enterprise is available for customization and orders. This Project Athena Chromebook starts around $555 but you can spend well over $1,100 if you want a Core i7 and 16 GB of RAM.
HP has noted business workers increased reliance on cloud-based apps and has three new Chromebooks for enterprise workers, including one built to Project Athena specs with optional integrated LTE.
Now that Linux on Chromebooks is available for the enterprise, how do IT admins plan to manage this feature? Recent code commits suggest that Red Hat Ansible will be integrated with Crostini for centralized, secure Linux app deployment.
Google is continuing its Chrome OS push in enterprises in partnership with Dell. Starting tomorrow, businesses can buy some high-end hardware in either the Dell Latitude Chromebook 5400 or 5300 models.