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HP Debuts First ARM-Powered Chromebook

Can an ARM-powered Chromebook with a price tag of $279.99 turn heads? HP hopes so with the all-singing, all-dancing Chromebook 11.

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Google's New 'Chromebook for Everyone' is a Sleek 11-Inch HP Laptop

At an event in New York City this morning, Google announced the new HP Chromebook 11. The Chromebook 11 is a low-cost Chrome OS laptop, with an 11-inch, 1366 x 768 pixel IPS display and Chromebook Pixel inspired design. The new laptop, which Google is selling for $279, is available...

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Chromebooks Grab Share in Back-to-School Purchases

All through this year, market research news has been very dreary for PCs and PC equipment makers. Tablets often grab headlines for cutting into PC marketshare, but, increasingly, Chromebooks--portable computers based on Google's cloud-centric Chrome OS--are presenting a viable alternative to standard laptops. 

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ASUS bridges Android and Windows 8 with new Transformer Book Trio

The Transformer line of Android hybrids has been popular with buyers wanting a good tablet with a laptop dock. The new Trio continues the tradition with a few surprises thrown in.

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Tech Heavyweights are Signing on to Create New Chromebooks

This week marks a significant move forward for Google's Chrome OS platform and Chromebooks--portable computers based on it. A series of new Chromebooks announced this week are based on new CPU technology from Intel. 

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