Adios NVIDIA Unless AMD comes out of nowhere and "saves the day," any plans have been dashed for those wanting a Chromebook with a built-in and dedicated graphics card.
The right stuff Chromeboxes are great easy-to-use desktops. A Chromebook can be too, and it's a better choice right now.
At a glance Chromebooks are already pretty capable in what you can do with them. But Google is always looking for new and useful ways to improve the experience.
Conscious uncoupling Lacros has been in the works for quite some time now. It is a Linux-based browser that works independently without needing a ChromeOS update.
Addressable RGB We've seen a few Chromebooks released with RGB backlighting, but the customization options have been limited. ChromeOS 115 adds a couple of new flags that brings even more options.
ChromeOS Google is rolling out the latest version of ChromeOS, and it's packed full of fantastic and useful features. These include App Streaming, the ability to save PDF signatures, and more.
Prime Day If you're looking for a lightweight Chromebook with a big display don't go for the one Amazon recommends. The Acer 514 is what you really want.
Prime Day The Lenovo 3i Chromebook isn't flashy or dazzling, but it's dependable and cheap.
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