I came away from my CTL Chromebook PX14EX review with surprising new respect for education laptops. This one can easily meet students’ needs.
I’m looking at the $359 CTL Chromebook PX14EX for education, Here is my initial take and first impressions on this Intel Jasper Lake laptop.
Google’s Chromium Dash site provides a decent ChromeOS version tracker. But a developer made his own and it’s far better. Have a look.
Google ChromeOS Flex now supports over 400 certified devices. This sustainability software approach turns PCs and Macs into Chromebooks.
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 360 is now available. This education-focused Chromebook starts at $429.99 with some nice external features and a capable but basic CPU.
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.
Google has two Chromebook announcements for educators. First, a new site to help teachers pick Chromebooks. Second a new student-led Chromebook repair program.
Four new Acer Chromebooks for education debuted on Monday and start at $349.99. Availability begins this month for these durable devices.
The new HP Fortis 11 G9 Chromebook and HP Fortis 14 G10 Chromebook are designed for student use, have an LTE option and start at $349.
There’s a new USI stylus on the market designed for student Chromebooks: The Logitech Pen. Schools can buy it in April for $65.
I can see a future where a Microsoft Surface Edgebook could challenge Chromebooks in education. Why? The company has all of the pieces to make a viable competitor.