Compact Chromebooks that can go the distance have been a hotter commodity than toilet paper in 2020, and Acer’s newest take on the Chromebook Spin 311 is perfectly poised to take a captive market by storm.
There are a plethora of business-grade Chromebooks on the market today, which means that even though this middle child of HP's Enterprise Chromebook lineup fails to measure up, there are other good options to be found with higher quality and lower prices.
YouTube Premium joins Stadia and Google One as subscription perks for new Chromebook buyers. The offer can only be redeemed if you've never tried YouTube Premium or Google Play Music in the past, unfortunately.
The Chromebook deals we were teased with ahead of Prime Day have all evaporated into the ether, but at least Best Buy isn't letting us down with an affordable and reliable Chromebook that's perfect for your kids and less than $200.
The Pixelbook Go with 8GB of RAM, an m3 processor, and a beautiful touchscreen for $200 is by far the best Prime Day Chromebook deal ever. Don't stop, don't think, just grab one now before they're all gone.
There are Chromebooks that are too small and too weak, there are Chromebooks that are too big and too expensive, and then there are Chromebooks that get it just right. The Flex 5 is one of those Chromebooks.
As manufacturers keep running to high and low pricing extremes, Acer makes a Chromebook that’s just right in terms of giving you everything you could need without making you sell a kidney to afford it.
After nailing the compact Chromebook category, it’s no surprise that Lenovo took what they learned and used it to make a big-screen Chromebook with the same sensibilities and reliability. It’s not a showstopper, but it is a Chromebook that should easily get you through the next five years.
The Enterprise Chromebook space has been heating up considerably in 2020, but it isn't a party until Lenovo rolls up with a ThinkPad! Meet the durable darling, the Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook Enterprise.
Microsoft Visual Studio Code is becoming even more useful to even more people with the addition of ARM64 support for Linux in the September update, or version 1.50. This means support for not only ARM-based Chromebooks but also the Raspberry Pi.
Chrome OS gets a lot of things right and mostly stays out of the way as i get my work done, but there's a few things that are long overdue for a fix. From app aggravations to misplaced settings, here's what grinds my gears in Chrome OS.
Manufacturers tend to low-ball the storage on Chromebooks, but just because they got stingy doesn't mean you should reward them by buying 32GB Chromebooks unless you're absolutely sure you don't need the space.
While Chromebooks are getting more and more popular, Chromeboxes have been all but forgotten, which is a shame, because they make darn good desktops and HP's newest model looks like it's ready for the long haul.
Intel has confirmed that its "Tiger Lake" processors will soon be coming to Chromebooks. It claims the upcoming Chromebooks powered by 11th Gen Core processors will be significantly faster than Chromebooks running 10th Gen processors.