Chromebooks Stories September 4

ASUS Chromebook C425 costs $500 but doesn’t have a touchscreen

Earlier this year, ASUS launched the long-awaited Chromebook Flip C434, which is easily the Google Pixelbook’s closest rival at only $529 and one of the best Chromebooks of 2019. The company is following on this success by launching the ASUS Chromebook C425 at $499, but it doesn’t include a touchscreen.

As the second half of 2019 passes by, new Chromebooks are hitting the market. Today at an event in Berlin, Acer unveiled four new Chromebooks for (very) late 2019 that start at $249.

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Chromebooks Stories August 29

Lenovo launching S340 Chromebook as Intel successor to the S330, starting at $249

Earlier this week, our Damien Wilde shared his love for the Lenovo S330 Chromebook, a budget-friendly (and ever-on-sale) favorite Chromebook. Following recent leaks, Lenovo has today announced a follow-up in the form of the S340 Chromebook, which features an Intel processor instead of MediaTek.

Last year’s Lenovo Chromebook C330 stole hearts for many Chrome OS fans, and now it’s getting a successor. As teased last month, the Lenovo Chromebook C340 series has gone official. Here are all the specs and pricing details.

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Chromebooks Stories August 28

ASUS releases new wired Chrome OS keyboard w/ UK layout for £29.99

ASUS is no stranger to the Chrome OS world, and today the company has announced a new wired keyboard with a UK layout for Chromebooks and Chromeboxes.

Chromebooks Stories August 27

The Lenovo S330 Chromebook is the de facto entry-level Chrome OS machine on the market right now thanks to its low price-tag, solid spec sheet, and a reasonably impressive performance. Considering that the Lenovo S330 Chromebook is now 12-months old, it still manages to be one of the best value Chromebook packages on the market today.

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