You can pick up the Series 3 Samsung Chromebook for only $160 on Ebay. While it’s not the most powerful computer on the market, saving almost $100 on the Chromebook is a considerable discount.
According to a new report from Business Korea, Samsung is gearing up to make a next-gen ARM-powered Chromebook with a high-resolution display and octa-core Exynos CPU.
Can a $250 laptop hold up to the strains of six months of constant use? We take a look at the Samsung Chromebook after six months to find out. Read on!
The Chromebook has been discussed quite a bit lately. With leaked videos, Android mentioned in the code, and a website domain reserved it looks like we’ll see something amazing at Google I/O this Spring. Even with all that speculation, is Chromebook ever going to be viable? Are you ever going to consider a Chromebook like you consider your current computer, a standalone platform?
In a very crowded Android tablet space, which are the best cheap Android tablets to start 2013? Which tablet is right for you?
While waiting for the postman to deliver the new Chromebook to your door, we suggest reading the following information on how to score some goodies for the notebook. Those who own previous versions of the Chromebook can also make use of the offer – if they haven’t already done so.
Coming by way of a “Hack your Chromebook” night at Google, Olaf Johansson, a Googler, managed to get Ubuntu Linux installed and running on his ARM-based Samsung Chromebook.
Just a few days ago we saw Samsung’s brand new Chromebook ultra-affordable models, the $249 Wi-Fi version and the $329 3G laptop. At that time we didn’t have any actual release dates for either model, but it looks like we now have good news for Chrome OS enthusiasts.
It seems Google isn’t ready yet to take the new Chromebook on a world tour. The Chrome OS laptop will be offered only in the U.S. and UK, where interested customers can already preorder it online.
Just yesterday we showed you Google’s and Samsung’s most recent product, the 2012 Samsung Chromebook that costs just $249 to own. For that price you get an ARM-based machine that will offer you access to Chrome OS and all of its goodies.