I cracked open my Acer Chromebook Spin 13 to see if I could boost the internal storage. I can’t but some models can. Here’s the answer to “Can you upgrade SSD on a Chromebook?”
Ah, the lowly Chromebox. It gets no respect! Maybe with the HP Chromebox G3 it will thanks to 10th-gen Intel chips and support for dual 4K displays starting at $254.
After weeks of waiting, an Acer Chromebook Spin 713 review unit has arrived. My first impressions? This is a solid update over my daily driver, the Spin 13, and is super impressive for the price.
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?
Did you miss the 20% off sale on the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook with 4K AMOLED display last month? Looks like you get a second chance: This 10th-gen Core i5 convertible Chromebook is on sale for $799 again.
Is it worth getting an upgraded Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook for $80 when all you’re adding is double the storage? Yes because the storage is much faster NVMe. Here’s how much faster it can be.
Dell is now showing the price and configurations for its 5300 and 5400 Latitude Chromebook enterprise devices with a wide range of options. Luckily, IT budgets are bigger than those of consumers.
Geekbench tests showing a device called Google Nocturne (aka: Pixel Slate) appeared online: At least one configuration is likely to be the latest Core i7 Y-series chip and 16 GB RAM, with Android 9 on board the detachable Chrome tablet.
The 4K Atlas Chromebook will have speedy NVMe support for its local storage, just like the current high-end Pixelbook. Could this be the high-end detachable laptop Google debuts on October 9 at its #MadeByGoogle event?