I’m often asked “Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a Mac or PC for the same price and do so much more?” Here’s why I use a Chromebook.
Looking for a large Chromebook on a small budget? For the next three days, the 17-inch Acer Chromebook 317 is down 40 percent from its $499 price.
While most Chromebook users stay in ChromeOS, here’s how and why I use Linux on my Chromebook. Even if your needs are different, Linux can be useful.
Reports of Google’s “Chromebook X” effort suggest Chromebook X branding with a minimum set of hardware specs. Here’s a better approach for a wider audience.
The Asus Chromebook CX1 C1700 a new, large Chromebook with 17-inch, full HD display and 4GB of memory. Normally priced $299, you can nab one for $50 off.
Here’s a first look at the updated Google Password Manager Chromebook app, which can be installed as a PWA in the latest ChromeOS beta software.
Here are the best hidden ChromeOS features I use on my Chromebook. They’re experimental so I show you how to enable and use them.
The 2023 Acer Chromebook Spin 714 is now available for purchase at $699. This is a slightly updated model from 2022, with a newer chipset and upgraded webcam.
The ChromeOS 114 release is now rolling out to most supported devices on the Stable Channel. Here’s a rundown of the several new Chromebook features.
This week, Nvidia added a few GeForce Now features for Chromebook gaming: Expanded Ubisoft account synchronization and better in-game microphone support.
After a beta in March Google says playing Minecraft on Chromebooks is here. Chromebooks released since 2020 are supported but I found that older ones work too.