Chromebook

New business-ready Dell Chromebook 13 introduced

Google is really pushing for the Chromebook product line and with the help of several laptop makers like Dell, the Internet giant will definitely achieve its goal of bringing Chrome OS to a lot of laptops (probably millions) around the world. The company recently introduced that new Dell Chromebook 13 as a follow-up to the Dell Chromebook 11 released a few months ago.

Acer to launch first all-in-one Chromebase computer this month

Acer is set to expand its product line through industry first all-in-one computer devices running on Chrome OS. Acer is no stranger to the Chrome OS via its Chromebook offerings, but these two devices – a non-touchscreen all-in-one computer and a variant with touchscreen – will be a whole new product line for the Taiwan-based outfit, and the products are set to be available in the US market this month.

India gets two new Chromebooks for below $250, with more to come

Google has introduced two new sub-$250 Chromebooks into the Indian market. Manufactured locally by Nexan and Xolo and just like the other Chromebooks, the machines are powered by the web-based Chrome OS platform. Google said that they will be bringing more machines like this from other manufacturers like ASUS, Samsung, and other locally based OEMs so that the Indian market will have a lot more to choose from and solidifying the South Asian country as a market to watch out for when it comes to tech products and all.

Last chance to enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway

You could win a brand new laptop computer if you enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway, brought to you by Android Community Deals, by Wednesday May 6. Google entered the portable computer market a few years ago by introducing the world to the Chromebook. The Chromebook runs on Google’s own Chrome operating system, boot up quickly, run quietly, and feature fast processing speeds. While the first Chromebooks relied on an internet connection to function, newer models - like the Pixel - are more offline friendly.

Acer outs new Iconia tablets, Chromebook with 15.6-inch display

Taiwanese hardware giant Acer just launched a slew of new products from smartphones to tablets to gaming displays to notebooks running Windows and Chrome OS. This was only after the launch of the first Chrome-powered All-in-One computer a couple of weeks ago. In a special event held in New York City, the company showcased several devices that will probably make you dizzy. We find it interesting that Acer introduced all these things in one event instead of making smaller announcements for each product.

Chrome Live event this April 23 will focus on Chrome for work

Sorry to burst your bubble but Chrome Live isn't what you think. It is not another Google-developed Chrome product to add to your already growing collection of Android- and Chrome-powered devices. It's a Google event happening online. Google just announced the first Chrome Live happening on April 23, an online event that will allow the search company to show off Chrome for Work. Since it's an online event, you can say this is one global affair.

Enter to win The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway [DEALS]

You could win a brand new, high powered laptop computer when you enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway, brought to you by Android Community Deals. Chromebooks by Google entered the portable computer scene a few years ago and have grown in popularity since. They come in a range of styles and price points, but their big selling feature is just how efficiently they run. They boot up quickly and handle operations just as fast thanks to its ultra streamlined Google Chrome operating system, which come preinstalled on all systems.
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