Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 Opens For Pre-Orders With $50 Credit – Delivery By March 1

The new 2021 model Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 in Fiesta Red or Mercury Grey has started accepting pre-orders directly from Samsung, for $549 with the Intel Celeron 5250U processor, or $699 with the Intel Core i3-10110U processor: https://www.samsung.com/us/computing/chromebooks/galaxy-chromebook2/ It seems that pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 comes with some benefits though, as those customers will be treated to a $50 credit from Samsung. So that helps. Samsung Galaxy Chromebook … more…

10.5-Inch Asus ChromeBook CM300 Tablet With Keyboard And Pen Leaks

During the recent CES 2021 online event, Asus did its usual unveiling of a vast series of new computers, including a few new Chromebooks. But as a new leak today shows, Asus left out the announcement of one of the new Chromebook tablets due to launch in 2021. A recent store listing in Germany that was spotted by ChromeUnboxed, pretty much tells us everything we need to know about this … more…

One By Wacom Compatible With Chromebook And Chrome OS Tablets

Wacom have announced that the One by Wacom is now fully compatible with Chromebooks and Chrome OS tablets, which is guaranteed by the ‘Works With Chromebook’ certification. Wacom says it’s aiming at the education market with this effort, hence they’re also building a library of content under ‘Wacom for Education’ as well as having launched a Teachers for Teachers support network. One by Wacom can be used for instance in … more…

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Launching Today

After a little bit of a wait, the hot looking new Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is launching today, and can be bough either directly from Samsung or from Best Buy. Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is a Chromebook in the ultraportable notebook/laptop category, since it has a 13.3-inch screen but only weighs 1040 grams. It’s also just 9.9mm thick, which is about the thickness of the thickest consumer tablets right now. And it’s … more…

Chrome OS 80 Update Makes Chromebooks Ever More Tablet Friendly

Chromebooks got upgraded to Chrome OS 80 this week, with beta testers already trying out features of Chrome OS 81. What has been significant about Chrome OS changes so far in 2020 have been its improved tablet functionality. This is making Chrome visually more similar to Android in some ways, with a more tablet friendly user interface. For starters, tabs and buttons have been made larger so that they’re easier … more…

Acer Announces 4 New Chromebooks For Launch In December From $249

Acer Chromebook Spin 11

Acer took the lead among computer brands at IFA 2019 in Berlin today by announcing some new computer products including the cheap new Chromebooks that will launch in December in the US. These are the 11.6-inch Acer Chromebook Spin 311 at $329 and Acer Chromebook 311 at $249, the 14-inch Acer Chromebook 314 at $279, and the 15.6-inch Acer Chromebook 315 at $279. The first one, the Acer Chromebook Spin … more…

8-Inch & 10-Inch Chrome Tablets ‘Flapjack’ Benchmarked

MediaTek MT8183

Chrome OS followers Chrome Unboxed have noticed that the purported upcoming Chrome tablets that have been spotted by its paper trail here and there for months, have just been benchmarked these days too. Simply being tested under the name “Google Flapjack”, the Chrome OS tablets were benchmarked in Geekbench four times in a row, with a max score of 1222 in single-core and 5002 in multi-score, as they appear to … more…

Google Pixel Slate Rumored As Name For Google’s Upcoming Chrome OS 2-In-1 Tablets

According to Android Police editor David Ruddock, Google’s upcoming Chrome OS tablet that have previously been referred to by its codename “Nocturne” will be called Google Pixel Slate when it launches in 2 weeks. The first possible pictures of the Google Pixel Slate along with the Brydge keyboard, have been published on About Chromebooks, which you probably will have seen already if you are interested in Chromebooks. The same Chrome … more…

Computer Peripherals Leaks Suggest More New Chromebook Tablets In 2018

Brydge Keyboards

Google haven’t launched a new tablet since their 2-in-1 Android tablet Pixelbook C back in September 2015, but based on some probable third party leaks from peripheral computer manufacturers, there’s evidence to suggest that new Google tablets and 2-in-1 tablets may show up at their October 9 event alongside their new Pixel 3 phone, smart devices, new software and services. From before there’s been reason to believe that the devices … more…

Acer Chromebook Spin 13 Convertible Announced Today With 8th Gen. Intel Core CPU

At its annual event in New York today, Acer announced a couple of gaming computers and other peripherals, but also the Acer Chromebook Spin 13 which Acer says is a Chromebook for businesses. This is a 13.5-inch convertible laptop with a revolving display so it can be used as a tablet, though it is not a detachable. It features a integrated EMR Wacom stylus pen, and with a 8th gen. … more…

CrossOver Chrome OS Beta Partially Enables Windows Apps On Chromebooks

The Chromebook app CrossOver Chrome OS in beta, was officially launched for regular download on Google Play yesterday, and it is one of these software that enables you to run apps from a different OS than the one you are running on your computer. And in this case, to run Windows apps on a Chromebook. But like with all of these software, it has its limitations, and definitely doesn’t cover … more…

Google Kevin Benchmarked

Google Kevin

Google Kevin has been benchmarked during the US presidential election day, which of course makes it all the more interesting. There are no guarantees that the Google Kevin is a “Chromium” or any other form of Android or Chromebook, but Google Kevin was benchmarked with the same Mali-T860 GPU as the Samsung Chromebook Pro also known as Samsung Chromebook Pro Kevin. And Samsung Chromebook Pro Kevin was benchmarked with Android … more…

2-In-1 Chromebooks By Asus, Lenovo, HP, Acer Coming In Q2

2015 Chromebooks

Digitimes says that Asus, Acer, HP, Lenovo and a few others are currently developing 2-in-1 Chromebooks for release in Q2 this year, quoting upstream supply chain sources. We last heard about Acer developing 2-in-1 Chromebooks/Chrometabs in the middle of February, but now it seems that more players have been invited to join the game. And there are some interesting claims too. Digitimes quotes their sources who says that the tablet … more…