“Why does anyone need to spend $1,000 on a Chromebook?” I’ve got an answer to explain why high-end Chromebooks exist.
I’m looking at the $359 CTL Chromebook PX14EX for education, Here is my initial take and first impressions on this Intel Jasper Lake laptop.
A base model of the refreshed, 2022 Lenovo Flex 5i Chromebook is available for $529.99. Watch for sale pricing at retail stores.
The Framework Chromebook is modular and upgradable for $999. But will you get all of the upgradability benefits? Not necessarily.
Although I got my Steam Deck last month, I can’t wait for Steam gaming on Chromebooks. It’s coming to the Beta Channel of ChromeOS in a bit.
I installed the Notion mobile app on my Spin 714 and what I saw shocked me. Android app resizing on Chromebooks is finally wowing me.
New Performance Settings are in the works that will add performance boosts for Chromebooks and the Chrome browser. Here are the details.
I’m really enjoying the experimental ChromeOS partial split feature. Here’s how to enable and use partial split on your Chromebook.
The excellent Lenovo Flex 5i Chromebook is refreshed with a 12th gen Intel Core i3 chip. It adds new features to an already winning formula.
No more Pixelbook? I’ve owned all five prior Google Chromebooks but I can live in a world without Pixelbooks. You can too.
Here’s my review of the Acer Chromebook Spin 714. It’s not the most modern-looking ChromeOS laptop but it’s a great value.