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viz3rd

by viz3rd

Chromebook FUSION
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We all have a wish of Chrome OS and Android merger in near future. Well, Chromebook FUSION, is a concept that gives a glimpse of how the two OS will work in hand while giving a seamless experience.
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DanCooper

by DanCooper

How would you change the Chromebook Pixel?
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What’s the point of a halo device? After all, it’s designed to grab headlines and eyeballs more than it is a device that’ll be used by consumers. We put Google’s $1,500 (yup) Chromebook Pixel through its paces and found that its limited functionality couldn’t justify the ridiculous price, even if it was beautifully made and gorgeous. But what about you? We’re faintly sure that someone out... Read more →
dave

by dave

Coding / writing on a Chromebook while offline?
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Samsung's Chromebook 2 became available for pre-order yesterday. At $399, it's not as cheap as previous offerings, but it packs a bit more power than earlier models (for what it's worth, I always found my o.g. Samsung Chromebook to be a bit pokey).
Anyway, a conversation I saw on Twitter earlier today got me wondering about its feasibility for doing work that involves either coding or writing.
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What sorts of... Read more →
cjtylr

by cjtylr

Google announces the Chromebook Pixel. But who's it for?
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Today, Google announced their first homegrown Chrome OS laptop, the Chromebook Pixel. Lauded for its stark industrial design and high-resolution display, Google is aiming to capture a section of the high-class PC market currently dominated by Apple's MacBooks.
With this goal in mind, Google has spruced up the idea of a traditional Chromebook with niceties like a 2560 x 1700 touchscreen display (with an odd 3:2 aspect ratio), backlit... Read more →