Two of our favorite laptops right now are the Acer R13 Chromebook and HP’s Chromebook 14. Both of these laptops are great options for travelling, as they’re a perfectly portable size, but still full of enough power to last your trip. But between the two, which one should YOU get? Today, we’re comparing them to
Are you looking for a new laptop? Then you’ve come to the right place. Yes, Chromebooks tend to be miniature versions of laptops, but perhaps that’s all you need or are looking for. While a good, regular-sized laptop can run anywhere from $800 well into several thousand dollars, these Chromebooks are a fantastic alternative. Today
Today, we’re looking at the ASUS Flip C302A and the HP Chromebook 14. These two laptops are night and day different from each other, with the former going as a mid-range and the latter being a super low-end budget laptop. For a budget laptop, the Chromebook 14 leans towards the more pricey side, whereas the
In the market for a Chromebook, but don’t whether to pick up the luxurious Google Pixelbook or the ASUS Flip C302CA? It can be a tough decision, if not because both are remarkably similar in a couple different areas. On one hand, you might want the Google Pixelbook because it’s essentially a luxury Chromebook with
In the market for a new Chromebook, but not sure whether to get the new Google Pixelbook or the much cheaper Samsung Chromebook Pro? It can be a difficult decision, especially when the Pixelbook costs $1100, and the Samsung Chromebook Pro just barely costs a third of that. Still, the Google Pixelbook is the most
If you’re in the market for a new Chromebook, but don’t want to spend a whole lot of money, both the ASUS Flip C302A and Acer R13 are options to consider. Both sit at around the same price point and have a similar processing package as far as speed goes. That said, with minimal differences
If you’re looking for a portable medium of work, you might want to consider a Chromebook. These great Internet-only devices are perfect for travel, work, and recently, even play. They’re a tad limiting in that you can only use them as Internet-only devices, so if you use any Windows-based applications on a daily basis, such
Laptops are not a new concept. They’ve been around for quite some time now, but the modern day laptop is available in various shapes and sizes. Back in the day, the options were between Windows and Mac. But today there are a handful of independent operating systems, most of which dominate the market. We’re talking
Samsung and ASUS are fierce competitors when it comes to computer hardware, such as laptops, and the Chromebook market is no different. Samsung and ASUS have both launched their own mid-range Chromebooks that have some great power in the hardware department as well as in the display package. So, you have the Samsung Chromebook Pro
The ASUS Chromebook Flip is an excellent Chromebook. It’s fast, efficient, and loads through all of your tasks with ease. And, you can use the ASUS Chromebook Flip in a variety of different ways, as it’ll let you use it in traditional laptop mode, tablet mode, or you can use it in a stand formation.
Not sure whether to pick up a Google Pixelbook or the HP Chromebook 14? It can be a tough decision — on one hand, you have a luxury high-end Chromebook in the Pixelbook, but on the other, you get a functioning Chromebook for a whole lot less than the $1200 it costs for the Pixelbook.
The Samsung Chromebook Pro and the Acer R13 are considered mid-range Chromebooks as far as the pricing goes. With mid-range Chromebooks, you obviously get mid-range hardware, a semi decent display, and fantastic portability. When you’re picking out a Chromebook, it can be difficult choosing between the Samsung Chromebook Pro and the Acer R13. Both are
Having trouble deciding between getting a Google Pixelbook or the Acer R13? Well, you’ve come to the right place, as we’ll help you make a decision in no time. It really can be a difficult choice. After all, you have the Google Pixelbook with a Intel Core i5 or i7 (seriously, what Chromebook out there