1. froggyboy604

    Steam Gaming On A Chromebook Is Here! video demo

    Steam and games on Chromebook seems to run well on the user's Chromebook in his video.
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    Google announces Steam Alpha for Chrome OS, bringing the game client to Chromebooks

    In a blink and you’ll miss it moment during the company’s Game Developer Summit keynote, Google announced that it will soon launch an alpha of Steam for Chrome OS, available on “select Chromebooks.”...
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    Gaming-focused Chromebooks laptops are in the works

    Steam on Chrome OS could soon become a reality Google’s ambitions for gaming-focused Chromebooks might be close to reality. After years of teasing Steam for Chrome OS and even Nvidia demoing support for DLSS and ray tracing on Arm-based Chromebooks, references to new gaming Chromebooks have now...
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    All Google Chrome OS Chromebooks launched this year will be Linux-ready

    Google announced that all Chromebooks launched in 2019 will be Linux-ready right out of the box, which is great for developers, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. Read More This is good news for users of newer Chromebook who want to use LibreOffice, Gimp image editor, Firefox, and other Linux...
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    Do you think cheap laptop/Chromebooks be more popular if it come with 3GB of RAM instead of 2GB RAM?

    I feel there would be fewer people being as unhappy with their very cheap laptop if it came with 3GB of RAM instead of 2GB of RAM which is still a popular amount of RAM for laptops which are under $200 USD. More people maybe willing to buy a slightly more expensive Chromebook and cheap laptop...
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    Google’s Crostini lets you run GNU/Linux apps on Chromebooks without enabling developer mode

    As we reported earlier this year, Google is developing a new Chrome OS feature called Crostini that makes it possible to run Linux apps on a Chromebook. Now it looks like you can take it for a spin… if you have a Google Pixelbook. The feature will probably roll out to additional devices in the...
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    Google Chrome OS/Chromebook Tablet made by Acer appeared at Bett 2018

    Acer tablet running Chrome OS was discovered at Bett 2018, an annual trade show in the U.K. about marketing information technology in education. On first sight, it looks to have a ~10-inch display size, and the desktop shows the touchscreen Chrome OS user interface. Chrome OS Tablet made by...
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    Do you think Google Chromebook would be the 2nd to 3rd most popular PC for Gaming?

    It is possible that Google Chromebooks maybe the 2nd to 3rd most popular type of computer for gaming since most new Chromebooks can play Android games like Clash of Clans, Minecraft, Candy Crush Saga, etc, and a lot of classic PC and console games are being ported to Android which is now...
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    Would All Chrome OS Chromebooks someday stop using Intel CPUs in future Chromebooks in the future?

    I think Google would recommend Chromebook makers like Acer, Asus, Dell, and Samsung to stop using Intel CPUs if Intel does not release affordable Celeron and Atom CPUs which fixed the Meltdown and Spectre CPU security problem in 2018-2019. Acer, Dell, Asus, and other Chromebook makers will...
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    Microsoft Goes After Chromebooks With $189 Windows 10 Notebooks

    Microsoft seeks to challenge Chromebooks’ lead in the education sector and today it has unveiled new Windows 10 and Windows 10 S-powered notebooks that start as low as $189. It has teamed up with its hardware partners to develop affordable Windows-powered notebooks aimed at the education sector...
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    Do you think future Google Chromebook Pixel/Pixelbook will still use Intel CPUs?

    I think it is less likely that Google Pixel/Pixelbook Chromebooks to use Intel CPUs like the Intel Core i5 and i7 in the future. Google Chrome OS can now run Google Play Android apps, and games, so a faster mobile CPU like the Nvidia Tegra X1, and Samsung Exynos 8895 may run apps better than...
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    Non-Intel Google Chromebooks Better to use because of Intel Meltdown Spectre Security Problems?

    I think it is a good idea to buy a non-Intel Google Chromebook like Samsung Chromebook Plus which uses a different non-Intel brand of CPU like the Samsung CPU. Non-Intel Chromebooks which use a Nvidia K1, Samsung, and other mobile ARM CPUs, and Faster AMD Windows laptops are one of the few...
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    Will PCs which can't easily install Windows PC OS be popular in Asia in the Near Future?

    No, I do not a feel PC like a Chromebook, and Mobile/ARM CPU PC like some Non-Intel Mobile CPU Chromebooks which can't easily install Windows will be popular in countries in Asia in the near future. Many Asian countries like South Korea and Japan still are stuck using Internet Explorer 8...
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    Is it fair/accurate to say every Google Chromebooks are All Lowend ?

    I think it is unfair to categorize all Chromebooks as being lowend because there are some faster Chromebooks with Intel i5 and i7 CPU, Intel HD 5000 graphics, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 803.11AC wi-fi, HD webcam and 13 to 15 inch HD and 4K monitor. Chrome OS can now run Android apps and games, so...
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    Do you think New Google Chromebooks will ever come with a hard drive?

    I think it is unlikely that Google Chromebooks ever come with a hard drive like the old Acer C710 Chromebook which has a 500GB hard drive according to Acer outs C710-2605 Chromebook, 500GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 100GB Google Drive for two years . Hard drives are also becoming less common in cheap...
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    Google Pixelbook first look

    This looks like a good laptop with nice specs.
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    Will Google Chromebooks be the only popular pre-built computer designed for mainly web browser?

    It is possible that Google Chromebooks will be the only popular pre-built computer which is mainly designed for web browsing on the Google Chrome web browser. Google Chromebooks are not very popular with most computer users, but Chromebooks are popular with North American schools, and people...
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    $100 Chromebook... Does it SUCK?? EPIK 11.6" Chromebook

    This laptop looks good for doing basic tasks like web browsing, or installing a Linux operating system like Ubuntu onto the storage drive. For $100, this Epik Laptop is cheaper than many smaller HD Televisions. I'm surprised that it has 4GB of RAM.
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    Will Apple or Google ever make a computer or Device with a built-in disc drive?

    I think it is unlikely for Apple to make a computer with a disc drive. Apple makes a lot of money by using iTunes/Apple App store to sell digital movies, music, and games which you may already own on CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray discs. If users can easily access their disc's movie and music files...
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    Do you think there will be Gaming Chromebooks which run Chrome OS in the future?

    I think there is a chance that Google or a company like Dell, HP, and Acer will someday release a Chromebook which has a nice Gaming laptop case design, and come with 8GB of RAM, a faster CPU like an Intel Core i7, Faster Nvidia or AMD graphics chip, and 1TB and larger storage drive...