Chromebooks are everywhere these days. If you don’t have one, chances are you’ve come across one at least once, whether it was in your work environment, your classroom, or from a friend. Chromebooks run Chrome OS, a web-focused desktop operating system which has support for Android apps, games, and more. And since it’s revolved around
The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 is an incredibly powerful Chromebook, but it is not for everyone. Here’s our full Acer Chromebook Spin 13 review!
When it comes to getting a low-cost but effective laptop, oftentimes you need not look any further than a Chromebook. Chromebooks are (generally) cheap, support Android apps, and the software is extremely user-friendly. It’s no wonder that students and regular consumers alike are starting to pick up on the craze. For developers, though, there weren’t
Remember the Pixel Slate? Google announced their latest Chromebook during the Pixel 3 event in October, but they never shared an official launch date. We still don’t have a launch date, but the device is up for pre-order from multiple outlets. Pricing starts at $600 and goes all the way up to $1,600. The Pixel
Getting Google Assistant on as many devices as possible has been a goal for Google since its inception. The more devices the service is available on the more commands it can process, and with the company’s machine learning technology that means the better it can get. It may have started as a Pixel exclusive, but