As almost all categories of personal computer sales experienced a decline in 2013, one category experienced growth, Chromebooks, powered by Google’s Chrome OS.
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The ASUS Chromebox is priced at $179 and is now available for pre-order from several US retailers. The Chrome OS powered device will be shipping out on 14th March.
Google and virtualization provider VMWare announced a partnership that would allow Chromebooks to run Windows apps via the cloud.
The latest stable release of Chrome for Windows 8 introduces a redesigned ‘modern/metro mode’ that effectively brings Chrome OS to Windows 8’s Start Screen UI.
The HP Chromebook 11 is back in the Play Store after it was removed due to overheating issues with its charger. An LTE version is now available at Best Buy.
Chrome OS users may eventually be able to lock and unlock their Chromebooks with their phone or any number of accessories. Read on for more!
Dell’s first Chromebook features an 11.6-inch display of 1366×768 resolution and “exceptional viewing angles”, powered by an Intel HD graphics card and a 1.4GHz Celeron processor.
Controlling smartphones with just our voices is increasingly common, but soon we may be interacting with out trusty Chromebooks in the same way.
The Acer C720 features an 11.6-inch 1366×768 anti-glare display and is powered by a Haswell-based Intel Celeron 2955U processor, along with 4GB of RAM.