After roughly two years of effort, Steam launches on Chromebooks today in alpha to bring native gaming to Chrome OS. Here’s what you need to know.
RGB keyboards for Chrome OS are just another incremental step in what’s now been a multi-year effort for Google gaming Chromebooks.
With new Epic account linking and pre-loading, GeForce Now speeds up Fortnite on Chromebooks. Here’s how to link up and get in the game quicker.
Want to dip your toe into the PC game streaming waters for free? Chromebook owners in the U.S. can get a 3 month trial to Nvidia’s GeForce Now game service, which includes your Steam gaming library.
Couldn’t snag an RTX 3080 before they sold out today? Google says don’t worry, there are new ways to find games for Chromebooks on the Play Store and great “works with Chromebook” controllers available.
Nvidia added a new feature to GeForce Now gaming for Chromebooks that may push me away from Stadia. I can play all of my previously purchased game titles from Steam thanks to Game Sync.
Nvidia’s GeForce NOW launches on Chromebooks today in beta, rivaling Google Stadia for gaming on the go. Which is the better deal? It may depend on where you buy your games and what you want to play.
Own a Chromebook that was released on or after July 2017? If so, you can get 3 free months of Stadia Pro and run PC games on your Chromebook, regardless of how little performance it has.
Surprise: Nvidia is bringing its GeForce NOW game streaming service to Chromebooks this year. Certain benefits could sway Chromebook gamers away from Google Stadia. Here’s why.
You can finally order the fourth configuration of the Pixelbook Go with Intel Core i7 processor, 16 GB of memory, 256 GB of storage and 16:9 4K display. I can think of only two use cases where this is worth the $1,399.
When leaked images and specs of the Pixelbook Go appeared, I wondered, “Who and what is this Chromebook for?” There are many reasons that Stadia could be the answer. Does “Go” mean “Gaming Online”?