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Acer preparing a Tegra K1-powered Chromebook?

Acer Chromebook CB5

Acer is seemingly preparing to launch a unique Chromebook, one that would get its power from NVIDIA’s powerful Tegra K1 chip. While that SoC can “handle” the Unreal graphics, we’re not sure how well it’s suited for “regular” computing. Don’t get me wrong, I think NVIDIA has came up with a great product, I’m just…

It’s time for Chromebook Pixel 2!

Chromebook Pixel

Hey Google, it’s time to launch the Chromebook Pixel 2! We need an updated version with a Haswell chip that would provide us with improved battery life. Moreover, we need the next Chromebook to be lighter and, if possible, be available in multiple variants. You see Google, not all of us need a touchscreen. If…

HP launching Chromebox devices this Spring

HP launching Chromebox devices this Spring

HP is looking to join the Chromebox ride later this Spring, when it will launch a colorful portfolio of Chrome OS-based devices. Not all details are known yet except that some of these will rock Intel’s powerful Core i7 chips, and that they will be offered both to consumers and businesses. Aside from boasting vibrant…

Lenovo enters the Chromebook market with two devices aimed at education

Lenovo enters the Chromebook market with two devices aimed at education

Lenovo is the latest OEM to join Google’s Chromebook scheme. During the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC), the Chinese firm unveiled a pair of Intel chip-powered 11.6-inch ThinkPad 11e laptops running Google’s browser-centric platform. Thin and light, these purpose-built devices offer education administrators the durability necessary to succeed in the hands of K-12 students and…

Toshiba joins the Chromebook craze with a 13.3-inch laptop

Toshiba joins the Chromebook craze with a 13.3-inch laptop

After Samsung, Acer and HP – it’s time for Toshiba to join Google’s Chromebook craze. The Japanese company is out with an everything-but-significant laptop simply called (drums please) Toshiba Chromebook. It’s insignificant because it doesn’t go beyond other Chromebooks we’ve seen before. It’s not even that much lighter than competing models and its specs are…

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