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Low Cost Chromebooks Appeal to Linux Users Not Interested in Chrome OS

Although many people think of them as older participants in the portable computing market, the fact is that Chromebooks based on Google's Chrome OS first went on sale in June of 2011--not long ago. In a recent post on the state of Chromebooks, I noted that prices in the $200 range for Chromebooks like the Acer system shown here are attracting users, but also noted that market share numbers are not showing these system making a big splash. 

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Intel Working on Android Powered Notebooks?

Intel is supposedly working on convertible netbook tablets which Lenovo will bring to the market in May.
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The Chromebook Isn't Selling -- So What?

Apparently people aren't buying Chromebooks. Or they're buying them but not using them. But does that actually matter?

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Toshiba's KIRAbook is a High-Resolution Windows 8 Competitor to the Retina MacBook

Toshiba has unveiled the KIRAbook, an ultrabook with a high-resolution display set for US release in May. The KIRAbook will arrive with a 13.3-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 256GB of solid-state storage, 8GB of RAM, and Windows 8 Home Premium. It'll be the first ultrabook to rival the 13-inch Retina...

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Chromebook Pixel LTE arriving today

The first customers will start getting the Chromebook Pixel LTE today, several weeks after the Wi-Fi-only version was available. [Read more]    ...

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