google chromebook

  1. froggyboy604

    Are Google Chromebooks popular in Japan?

    I occasionally see a few Google Chromebook reviews posted by Japanese YouTube users, so I think Chromebooks maybe somewhat popular in Japan otherwise not many Japanese people will continue to post video on Chromebook. But, I'm not sure if Google Chromebooks are popular in Japan because I don't...
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    Is it easier to sell a Used Google Chromebooks for a higher price than a similar speed Windows PC?

    I think it can be somewhat easier to see a used Google Chromebook for a higher price compared to a used Windows PC because there are not that many Used Chromebooks for sale compared to Used Windows PC where you can buy a very cheap Window 98 and XP PC for $50 or less at a flea market or thrift...
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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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    Do you think Google Chromebooks will ever come installed with 6GB of RAM?

    I'm not sure if Google will let computers install 6GB of RAM on a Chromebook because it may confuse less tech savvy users which end up phoning Google or the computer maker, and say they are missing 2GB of RAM because their Chromebook just have 6GB of RAM instead of 8GB. 6GB of RAM also looks...
  6. froggyboy604

    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...
  8. froggyboy604

    Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

    Google’s Chromium Projects website stated, “All Chromebooks launching in 2017 and after as well as the Chromebooks listed below will work with Android apps in the coming future.” They also posted a bunch of different models from a variety of OEMs such as Acer, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo, just to name...
  9. froggyboy604

    CrossOver running Limbo from Steam client on Google Chromebook

    Google released Android for Intel based ChromeBooks. AND CrossOver for Android installed and ran on a Google ChromeBook. More importantly, we were able to install the Steam Client into CrossOver for Android and run LIMBO and other games. MORE IMPORTANTLY, we have DirectX 9 support, keyboard...
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    Google Chromebooks computers outsold Apple Mac computers for first time in US

    Google's low-cost Chromebooks outsold Apple's range of Macs for the first time in the US recently. While IDC doesn't typically break out Windows vs. Chromebook sales, IDC analyst Linn Huang confirmed the milestone to The Verge. "Chrome OS overtook Mac OS in the US in terms of shipments for the...
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    Acer Unveils New Chromebook With 14 Hour Battery Life

    Acer today launched a new Chromebook which it claims to be the first product of its kind to offer 14 hour battery life. The Acer Chromebook 14 is also the company’s first model with a 14 inch display and an all-aluminum body. Like all Chromebooks, it’s powered by the cloud-based Chrome OS from...
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    Next-gen Google Chromebook Pixel with 16GB RAM on the way?

    Jacob Gwiazdzinski spotted discussion of a new board called “chell” in the Chromium OS code review group, and it seems likely that this is a next-gen Chromebook Pixel, since it seems to have a multi-colored lightbar. That’s a feature that’s been present on pretty much every Google Pixel device...