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Lenovo Launches ThinkCentre Chromebox

Today Lenovo announced the newest addition to the ThinkCentre Tiny business desktop family – the ThinkCentre Chromebox. The ThinkCentre Chromebox is designed for education and small business users looking to leverage the benefits of a cloud-based solution. 240 more words

Tech News

Gadget Review: ASUS Chromebox

ASUS passed me something of a small computer in a box. The Chromebox as the name suggests, is basically a computer box running Chrome OS. The fastest way I would describe the box is that this is like the Android TV Box. 378 more words


Chromebooks: The Mystery Revealed

Google are great.  Fact.  They are innovative, revolutionary, constantly pushing the boundaries of technology, and capture the imagination in a way that other brands simply haven’t been able to do. 921 more words


Acer has a new Chromebox, and it is a beefy one

You don’t see a lot of ChromeOS Desktops, and that’s because the whole concept of a light Web-dependent OS just seems suited for Laptops, but it seems Google thinks that ChromeOS has matured enough for Desktops, which is why we are seeing Chromeboxes popping up, which are essentially small little boxes packed with low-end innards running ChromeOS. 93 more words

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Acer Chromebox CXI es una propuesta no muy barata de $350

Acer Chromebox CXI desea reparar, con su procesador Intel Core i3 4030U a ciento noventa GHz. Acompañado de cuatro o bien ocho GB de memoria RAM, es toda la potencia que vamos a poder precisar con las webapps de Google Chrome, aun utilizando múltiples al tiempo. 180 more words


Acer's newest Chromebox packs more power, 4k video support

When you think of using a computer with a 4k video monitor, a Chromebox probably doesn’t come to mind. After all, those little boxes are just wimpy little browsers, right? 270 more words

Google makes it easier to back up media from Chromebooks to Drive

It’s no secret that Chromebooks rely heavily on Google Drive cloud storage. The devices have the capability to store data locally, of course, but Google provides far more capacity in the cloud and even integrates Google Drive into the Files app on Chromebooks. 274 more words